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English02/01/2018

SRNA News Roundup /III/ - January 2, 2018

 


 


REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA – Helicopters of the Republika Srpska Helicopter Service did not have a single registered cross border flight on December 31, 2017, which is why claims that appeared in the public that singer Svetlana Raznatovic arrived in Srpska by a helicopter of the Republika Srpska Helicopter Service are false.

BANJALUKA – The PDP says that by today’s press release, the Republika Srpska Helicopter Service confirmed that singer Svetlana Raznatovic “was brought by a Srpska helicopter” to her concert in Banjaluka, and asks an urgent response from the Republika Srpska Government in connection with this flight.

BANJALUKA – KM 700,000 will be allocated from the city budget for the construction of a water supply network in the city area of Banjaluka in 2018.

PRIJEDOR – Sladjan Dacic /28/, a police officer from Prijedor, was not on duty when he last night jumped into the Sana River near the city bridge in Prijedor and saved a young man who attempted to kill himself.


BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO – The Chairman of the BiH Council of Ministers, Denis Zvizdic, has sent a greeting to Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on the occasion of Bulgaria’s taking over of the six-month presidency of the EU and expressed the hope that European prospects of the Western Balkans will be reinforced during that period.


FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO – A new-born baby, only several days old, was found in a garbage container in Sarajevo, the Sarajevo Canton Ministry of Internal Affairs has told SRNA.


SERBIA

BELGRADE – Serbian Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin has said that the Serbian Army has enough means and people to keep the sky above Serbia safe at any moment.

BELGRADE – The aim of the latest misinformation about alleged universal use of the +383 area code number presented by Pristina is to create unrest and confusion among Serbian citizens in Kossovo and Metohija, says the Serbian Government’s Kossovo Office.


REGION


ZAGREB – The Croatian Minister of Internal Affairs, Davor Bozinovic, has said that the border dispute with Slovenia can be resolved only in bilateral agreement and that Zagreb will not make unilateral moves. /end/sg