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English18/01/2022

SRNA News Roundup /III/ - January 18, 2022

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - The Republika Srpska Government passed a decision to increase by four percent the basis for calculating the income for this year stipulated by the Law on Rights of War Veterans, Military War Invalids and Families of Fallen Soldiers of the Patriotic-Defense War relative to the basis that was used to calculate these incomes last year.

BANJALUKA, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - The Republika Srpska Government adopted today a plan for the use of funds to encourage the development of agriculture and villages for this year totaling BAM 75 million.

BANJALUKA, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - The Republika Srpska Government passed a decision on social care of workers and approved BAM 2,073,811 for full and partial payment of pension and disability insurance contributions for 1,488 workers from 25 companies who were left jobless through bankruptcy or liquidation of their companies.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska Finance Minister Zora Vidović has said that the Republika Srpska Government will react to price hikes by increasing wages and pensions, but also by buying basic foodstuff for people in need.

BANJALUKA, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - The public company “Šume Republike Srpske” has said that individuals are misleading Republika Srpska citizens by presenting false and unchecked information about operations of this company for the sake of collecting cheap political points.

GACKO, JANUARY 17 /SRNA/ - Gacko Mayor Ognjen Milinković has told Srna that it is sad to see Vukota Govedarica hallucinating and embarrassing himself for the sake of some media attention.

DOBOJ, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - Members of the Forum for Security of Doboj Citizens condemned today incidents of January 6 and January 9 which disturbed the public of that local community and sent a message that Doboj is an example of multiethnic coexistence in BiH.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - Aleksandar Glavaš, a DNS member of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska, will file tomorrow criminal charges against BiH Presidency member Šefik DŽaferović alleging harming the reputation of Republika Srpska and its peoples.

BANJALUKA, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - It is absolutely clear that PDP candidate for one of the offices in the upcoming elections Jelena Trivić is advocating cooperation and talks with Christian Schmidt at the moment when he said that his key mission is to secure BiH without Milorad Dodik, said SNSD spokesman Radovan Kovačević.


BiH

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska Finance Minister Zora Vidović said today that investigation into the alleged destruction of constitutional order should be stopped because Republika Srpska is not doing anything contrary to the BiH Constitution.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - An average monthly net wage in November last year in BiH amounted to BAM 1,023 and is nominally higher by 3.6 percent compared to December 2020, and higher by 5.9 percent compared to the same month of last year.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - The High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council /HJPC/ of BiH appointed today Mirjana Kulić as president of the Živinice Municipal Court and she will take office on February 14.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - The implementation of the Strategy for the Promotion of Gender Equality in the Judiciary is one of the activities that will be carried out by the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council /HJPC/ of BiH until January 27.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - The successful cooperation between the BiH Border Police and the Austrian and French embassies in BiH will be further improved in all segments of work, it was concluded today at a meeting between the director of the Border Police, Zoran Galić, and representatives of embassies of these countries.

BRČKO, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - In the past 24 hours, 191 persons tested positive for coronavirus in Brčko out of the 537 who were tested, and one person died from infection, the District Headquarters for Rescue and Protection said.


FEDERATION OF BiH

MOSTAR, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - The Eparchy of Zahumlje-Herzegovina and the Littoral and the Serbian Orthodox municipality of Mostar this year also will organize swimming for the honorable cross on Epiphany, in the Neretva River in the Mostar settlement of Ortiješ.

MOSTAR, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - An extraordinary session of the Croatian National Assembly /HNS/, the umbrella political organization of the Croatian people in BiH, will be held on February 19 when Croats will consolidate forces and give answers to all challenges in case negotiations on amending the Election Law fail, HDZ 1990 president Ilija Cvitanović said today.

MOSTAR, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - The premier of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton, Nevenko Herceg, spoke with the Ambassador of Hungary to BiH, Krisztián Pósa, about this year’s Trade Fair in Mostar, whose partner country will be Hungary, and about the entry of the low-cost airline Wizz Air at Mostar Airport.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - Assistant Federal Minister of Health Goran Čerkez announced new rules regarding testing for coronavirus, but also the period of isolation, and warned that the epidemiological situation is becoming increasingly difficult.



SERBIA


ANKARA, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić began a one-day visit to Turkey where he first visited the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in Ankara, the father of the Turkish nation, to whom he paid tribute and laid a wreath.

BELGRADE, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - The director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, Petar Petković, has said at today’s meeting with the Ambassador of France to Serbia, Pierre Cochard, that he expects the International Community to exert stronger pressure on Priština.


REGION

PODGORICA, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - Montenegrin Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapić sharply condemned an act of vandalism in which the Church of the Ascension was desecrated and added that he expected the state authorities to solve this case as soon as possible.

PODGORICA, JANUARY 18 /SRNA/ - The elder of the Cathedral Church of Christ’s Resurrection in Podgorica, archpriest Dragan Mitrović, informed police about an insulting graffiti that was sprayed on this church and said that such messages of vandalism that show intolerance and hatred, as well as extreme disrespect for this holy site, are deeply worrying. /end/sg