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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - November 19, 2019

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik says Republika Srpska has to maintain good relations with Russia because they provide good developments and results, adding that he is travelling to Saint Petersburg on Wednesday where representatives of Orthodox countries gather every year around this time of year to talk about different topics.

BANJALUKA, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - SNSD leader Milorad Dodik says a dangerous thing for Republika Srpska lies in the hands of SDS and PDP leaders Mirko Šarović and Branislav Borenović, asserting that they are waiting for the SDA to approve the amendments to the Rules of Procedure of the BiH House of Representatives that they proposed.

BANJALUKA, NOVEMBER 18 /SRNA/ - BiH Presidency Serb member Milorad Dodik stated on Monday that the proposal of amendments to the Republika Srpska Criminal Code that will introduce responsibility for disrespecting decisions of the Srpska National Assembly will be finished in the coming days and probably come into force on January 1.

BANJALUKA, NOVEMBER 18 /SRNA/ - SNSD leader Milorad Dodik said on Monday that the situation in the ruling coalition in Republika Srpska is good and that it is working because it is sustained by a single idea about a strong and successful Srpska, while the opposition PDP will continue to crumble and lose a considerable number of important people.

BANJALUKA, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - Prime Minister of Republika Srpska Radovan Višković is meeting with Head of the World Bank Office in BiH Emanuel Salinas and World Bank Regional Director for Western Balkans Linda Van Gelder in Banjaluka on Tuesday.

MRKONJIĆ GRAD, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - The town choir “Little Prince” from Mrkonjić Grad held its annual concert titled “Children to Children” and all proceeds from the tickets will be given to fellow resident Jelena Sladojević /30/, who needs treatment at a private clinic in Novi Sad.


BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - Members of the BiH Presidency will receive a visit from the parliamentary state secretary of the German Ministry of Interior, Stephan Mayer, in Sarajevo on Tuesday.

BANJALUKA, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - The four-year term of the director general of the Intelligence and Security Agency /ISA/ of BiH, Osman Mehmedagić, his deputy Trifko Buha and ISA chief inspector Damir Bevanda expires on Tuesday and the agency remains without its leadership, Glas Srpske reports.

BANJALUKA, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - Dean of the Faculty of Security and Protection of the Independent University in Banjaluka Slobodan Župljanin says that BiH citizens cannot be said to be any safer or securer four years after a terrorist attack in Rajlovac outside Sarajevo.

BANJALUKA, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - The projected growth of indirect tax revenues in BiH for next year is BAM 196.1 million, a growth at the rate of 3 percent, reads the bulletin of the Department of Macroeconomic Analysis of the Indirect Taxation Authority.


FEDERATION OF BiH

MOSTAR, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - An earthquake measuring 3.9 on the Richter scale was registered on Tuesday morning six kilometres south of Čitluk at the depth of 10 kilometres, the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre /EMSC/ reports.


SERBIA

BELGRADE, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - President of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts /SANU/ Vladimir Kostić stated on the occasion of the SANU Day that he strongly believes that the solution to what he would call a “Serbian issue” lies in culture.

BELGRADE, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - Former commander of the Yugoslav Army Priština Corps Vladimir Lazarević claims that the majority of murders and abductions of Serb civilians in Kosovo occurred when KFOR arrived there, because the mission did not approach its job seriously and he notes that it is never too late to establish responsibility, given that it is very well-known who was in charge of which zone.


REGION

ZAGREB, NOVEMBER 19 /SRNA/ - History professor Ivo Goldstein of the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb criticises the Croatian right for the attempt to minimise Ustasha crimes in the Jasenovac concentration camp and says he will file criminal charges against anyone who tries to “mess” with Jasenovac. /end/dš