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SRNA News Roundup /II/ - March 22, 2019




BIJELJINA - The Coordination of Associations that came into being after the patriotic-defense war says that the judgment rendered to the first Republika Srpska President, Radovan Karadzic, is a result of a rigged trial by NATO and its allies who “sided with hegemonism and Islamic radicalism.”

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska President Zeljka Cvijanovic told the Austrian Ambassador to BiH, Ulrike Hartmann, that the example of Austria shows that membership in the EU does not necessarily mean accession to NATO, which is in keeping with positions of Srpska which is committed to the European but not to NATO integration.

BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Viskovic said on Friday in Prnjavor that a new Council of Ministers should be formed as soon as possible so that a relevant ministry could work on resolving the migrant crisis which is expected to culminate in the spring.

PRNJAVOR - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Viskovic on Friday opened the 9th Regional Fair of the Economy, Agriculture and Tourism in Prnjavor where more than 90 exhibitors from the region will take part in the next two days. Viskovic said that this municipality is the most developed local community in Srpska with 7,000 employees, the export to 38 countries on five continents worth KM 200 million and 884 registered business entities.

BIJELJINA - The Republika Srpska Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, Boris Pasalic, and Bijeljina Mayor Mico Micic signed on Friday an agreement on the implementation of a project of construction of an irrigation system in the area of the village of Donje Crnjelevo, worth KM 3.8 million.

BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska Minister of the Economy and Entrepreneurship, Vjekoslav Petricevic, said that Srpska is entering the second phase of registration of business entities, that is, e-registration, which will enable quicker communication within institutions, easier data exchange and will accelerate the process.

SARAJEVO - PDP president Branislav Borenovic said at a meeting with the Head of the EU Delegation to BiH, Lars-Gunnar Wigemark, on Friday in Sarajevo that the future of BiH is in the EU but that it will be difficult to implement serious economic and social reforms without the full rule of law.

BANJALUKA - An average salary in February in Republika Srpska was KM 896 which is nominally by 1% more than in January, and realistically by 0.5% more, said the acting director of the Republika Srpska Bureau of Statistics, Jasmin Komic.

BANJALUKA - According to the Republika Srpska Bureau of Statistics, Republika Srpska exported the most to Italy and Croatia in January and February this year, and imported the most from Serbia and Italy.


SARAJEVO - The caretaker BiH Minister of Foreign Affairs, Igor Crnadak, said that, from BiH's point of view, today’s meeting in Sarajevo between political directors of the SE European Cooperation Process /SEECP/ and directors of the EU task force for the Western Balkans should be in the service of getting EU candidate status by the end of the year.


BANJALUKA - A member of the Serbian Caucus in the FBiH House of Peoples, Goran Broceta, told SRNA that the SDP BiH should not propose deputy speakers of the House and FBiH vice presidents from among the Serbs, as it does not want to be part of the government.


BELGRADE - The consequences of the NATO aggression on the health of the people and the environment are long-lasting which is why Serbia should demand compensation from those who bombed it, it was said today in Belgrade at a promotion of a monograph titled “Consequences of the 1999 NATO Aggression against FRY – Two Decades On.”

BELGRADE - On the 20th anniversary of the NATO bombing of FRY, NATO’s “gift” to Serbia was admission by the NATO Secretary-General, Jens Stoltenberg, that the Alliance bombed FR Yugoslavia because the politics of Slobodan Milosevic did not suit it, as well as the judgment rendered to the first Republika Srpska President, Radovan Karadzic, said the Deputy Speaker of the Russian Duma, Peter Tolstoy.

BELGRADE - The Serbian Minister of Labor, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs, Zoran Djordjevic, said that the NATO aggression against Serbia must not be forgotten and that we should speak about it so that the future generations would know how to act and so that it does not happen ever again either in Serbia or anywhere in the world.

BELGRADE - On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the NATO bombing of Serbia, Prince Alexander Karadjordjevic said on Friday that such aggression must not repeat ever again and that victims must not be forgotten.

BELGRADE - Former NATO officer Marinos Ricundis, who rejected to take part in the NATO bombing of SR Yugoslavia, said that he never regretted the decision and that the truth was on the side of Serbs in 1999.


BIJELJINA - One of the founders of the Association “Ceska Besjeda” in Banjaluka, Jaroslav Kohout, sharply condemned the recent attack on a Czech woman who lives in Zadar on whose house vandals sprayed Ustashe graffiti and Nazi swastikas.

VIENNA - A memorial service will not be held in Bleiburg, confirmed the Austrian Bishopric Conference, saying that the Austrian public sees a gathering in Bleiburg as a Fascist one. /end/sg