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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - January 23, 2022




MADRID, JANUARY 23 /SRNA/ - Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik has said in an interview with the Spanish "El Mundo" that BiH is a failed project and that the best solution is to separate Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats in a civilized way.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 23 /SRNA/ - Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations in the Council of Ministers and member of the SNSD Presidency Staša Košarac has said that the United States has no evidence on the basis of which it could justify the imposition of sanctions on Banjaluka-based Alternative Television /ATV/.


MOSTAR, JANUARY 23 /SRNA/ - A total of eight people from Sarajevo were arrested after the riots in Mostar, said LJudevit Marić, the spokesman of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton /HNC/ Ministry of Interior,.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 23 /SRNA/ - The police handed over three persons arrested for the Kenin Lukač murder, which took place on Thursday, January 20, in the Sarajevo settlement of Pofalići, to the Sarajevo Canton Prosecutor's Office.


NOVI SAD, JANUARY 23 /SRNA/ - Novi Sad marked today the 80th anniversary of the infamous Novi Sad Raid, during which the Hungarian occupation army brutally killed and threw thousands of innocent people, mostly Serbs and Jews, as well as Roma people and Russians into the freezing Danube River.

BELGRADE, JANUARY 23 /SRNA/ - In the last 24 hours, Serbia confirmed another 12,159 cases of coronavirus infection and 32 deaths.


PODGORICA, JANUARY 23 /SRNA/ - In the last 24 hours, six people died of coronavirus infection in Montenegro and another 996 tested positive out of 2,844 samples tested, the Institute of Public Health Podgorica announced.

PODGORICA, JANUARY 23 /SRNA/ - Longtime editor of the daily "Victory/Pobjeda" Marina Jočić and longtime editor of the Radio Television of Montenegro /RTCG/ Emil Labudović received today awards for lifetime achievement and outstanding contribution to journalism from the Association of Journalists of Montenegro.

ZAGREB, JANUARY 23 /SRNA/ - Graffiti "Don't touch Russia" was written on Zagreb's Floral Square, Index reported. /end/vos