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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - March 16, 2018




ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - In the past war, 7,432 Serbs, of whom 6,188 men and 1,244 women, were killed in ten Sarajevo municipalities, the author of a book titled “The Sarajevo Dossier,” Milivoje Ivanisevic, said this evening in Istocno Sarajevo, where a reception was organized for him on the occasion of the 22nd anniversary of the exodus of Sarajevo Serbs. Ivanisevic, who is also the president of the Institute for Research on Suffering of the Serbs in the 20th Century, presented his book “The Sarajevo Dossier” which contains moving testimonies by 80 people of how they were interrogated, tortured, raped and how they watched Serbs disappearing from prison camps, private prisons and the streets of Sarajevo.

MILICI – The president of the Boksit Company, Rajko Dukic, today in Milici spoke with a delegation of Aphasia whom he informed about products and market potentials of the Company and pointed out prospects for economic cooperation.

TREBINJE – By way of the Agricultural Fund, the City of Trebinje in the past year invested around KM 500,000 in the development of agriculture from which around 600 farmers from this local community benefited.


SARAJEVO – The Chairman of the BiH Council of Ministers, Denis Zvizdic, said today in Sarajevo that BiH is committed to continuing the implementation of agreed measures in the process of European integration, in the contest of reforms and getting a candidate status.

SARAJEVO – The BiH Strategy of Foreign Policy for the period 2018-2023, which was adopted by the BiH Presidency, says that priority activities will be directed at activating and implementing the NATO Membership Action Plan /MAP/ and that full membership in the EU is one of the main strategic goals of BiH, reports the Nezavisne Novine daily.

SARAJEVO – Preparations for a summit on the Western Balkan in London, where there will be discussion about the strengthening of economic stability and security, was the main topic of a meeting between BiH Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak and the British Minister for European Affairs, Alan Duncan, in Sarajevo.

SARAJEVO – Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said in Sarajevo that he would respect a decision of Republika Srpska to join Serbia if this would be an agreement of all the peoples in BiH.

SARAJEVO – Six foreign ministers welcomed the beginning of operations of the Western Balkan Fund and stressed its importance as the only regional financial institution established to support civil society projects.


SARAJEVO – The SDA presidency decided today to exclude Mirsad Kukic from the party for his failure to respect the decisions of the SDA bodies and for damaging the reputation of the party.


BELGRADE – Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said in Sarajevo that he is convinced that the Western Balkan Fund, through its support to concrete projects, will soon start contributing to a changed perception of the region by European institutions and EU member states.

BELGRADE - The EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, will host a meeting in Brussels on March 23 between Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Pristina representative Hasim Taci, reports RTS.


PODGORICA – At the end of February, banks accounts of 16,570 companies and entrepreneurs in Montenegro were blocked and their debt amounted to 586.74 million Euros, reports the Montenegrin Central Bank. /end/sg