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English15/07/2019

SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - July 15, 2019

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

VIŠEGRAD, July 15 /SRNA/ - The Assistant Republika Srpska Minister of Sports, Dragan Jaćimović, told SRNA on Monday that Višegrad had met conditions for holding a handball camp and that the aim of the camp was to teach participants to be first of all good people and then successful athletes.


BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO, July 15 /SRNA/ - The Independent Committee of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly made a decision to call a public competition for the post of director of the BiH State Investigation and Protection Agency /SIPA/.


FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO, July 15 /SRNA/ - Police searched the buildings of the Sarajevo Canton and Sarajevo Municipal Courts and the FBiH Supreme Court building in Skenderija and determined that the bomb scare was a false alarm, a police officer of the Sarajevo Canton Ministry of Internal Affairs told SRNA on Monday.


SERBIA

BELGRADE, July 15 /SRNA/ - Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić said on Monday that he and French President Emmanuel Macron had had open and sincere talks and that he had presented all Belgrade’s problems regarding the issue of Kosovo.

BELGRADE, July 15 /SRNA/ - French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday in Belgrade that he would get engaged in restoring the Belgrade-Priština dialogue for the sake of reaching an agreement.

BELGRADE, July 15 /SRNA/ - Representatives of Serbia and France signed 22 agreements on Monday, including the one on the delivery of mistral rockets, and a statement of intent regarding the construction of a metro in Belgrade.

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA, July 15 /SRNA/ - The leader of the Civil Initiative “Freedom, Democracy, Justice,” Oliver Ivanović, was killed 18 months ago and the assassin has not yet been discovered and brought to justice, said the Initiative on Monday.


REGION

LONDON, July 15 /SRNA/ - Croatia should immediately stop unlawful pushbacks of migrants and asylum seekers, which in some cases is done by the use of force, says an open letter Human Rights Watch sent to Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović. /end/sg