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English02/01/2018

SRNA News Roundup /II/ - January 2, 2018

 


 


REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

TREBINJE – Patron St.’s Day of the Eparchy of Zahumlje-Herzegovina and the Littoral, St. Ignatius the God-Bearer, was celebrated this morning in the Monastery of the Holy Peter and Paul near Trebinje.

BANJALUKA – The PDP Caucus in the Republika Srpska Parliament asked the Government to say for which “exact purpose a helicopter, which is directly in the competence of the Office of the Republika Srpska President, was used in the New Year’s Eve.”

BANJALUKA – The Serbian Democratic Party /SDS/ condemns, as the party says, the abuse of the Helicopter Service by the Republika Srpska Government which used a helicopter to bring singer Svetlana Raznatovic to perform in a private restaurant in Banjaluka.

BANJALUKA – The Association Srpsko Sabranje Bastionik, with the blessing of His Eminence the Bishop of Banjaluka, Jefrem, and the Bishop of Raska and Prizren, Teodosije, will organize a drive in January to collect aid for the survival of Serbs in enclaves in the south of Kossovo and Metohija.


SERBIA

BELGRADE – The Serbian Minister of Internal Affairs, Nebojsa Stefanovic, has said that he expects the IC, primarily the US and the EU, to react to threats uttered by Albanian politicians in Pristina prior to the beginning of operations of the Special Court for Crimes of the KLA.

PRISTINA – According to official data, 350 displaced persons returned to Kossovo last year, mostly Serbs and members of other minority groups, and more than 1,000 Serbs sold their property and moved out of Kossovo. Article by Nedjeljko ZEJAK

BELGRADE – A retrospective exhibition by Marina Abramovic will open at the Museum of Contemporary Arts in Belgrade and will last from September this year until January 2020, which will be a sort of a return of this artist to Serbia where she exhibited for the last time in 1975.


REGION

ZAGREB – Holiday spending in December reached 13.5 billion kunas /around 1.8 billion Euros/ which is one billion kunas more than presumed, and a research conducted by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce showed that a majority of citizens spent between 13 and 66 Euros on gifts.


SOFIA – Citizens are waiting in a long line in front of the Bulgarian National Bank in Sofia to buy coins that were put into circulation on the occasion of that country’s chairing of the EU. /end/sg