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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - January 3, 2018




TREBINJE - President of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik stated Wednesday in Trebinje that he and his associates will get engaged and give maximum support to all the activities in preparation of the significant and unique anniversary - 800 years of the Diocese of Zahum-Herzegovina and the Littoral - which will be marked in 2019 and 2020.

BANJALUKA - Prime Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic says that despite obstacles from the Bosnia and Herzegovina State level, Republika Srpska starts 2018 economically and financially stable, that it has not reduced social allowances, and has instead increased them, and created a good basis for further development through good dialogue with social partners and adoption of strategic documents.

ROGATICA - Friday, January 5 marks the 12th anniversary since an EUFOR operation in the village of Bjelogorci outside Rogatica in which 47-year-old Rada Abazovic was killed and her underage son
Dragoljub and husband Dragomir were severely injured.

TREBINJE - Bishop Grigorije of Zahum-Herzegovina and the Littoral says that next two years will mark a big jubilee - 800 years of the Diocese of Zahum-Herzegovina and the Littoral - which very few dynasties in the world can boast of. He called on all benevolent people to help the country that had 70 bishops on its throne present itself will all its beauty and blessing.

SAMAC - Humanitarian campaigns conducted by the Banjaluka Committee for helping the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija between October 31 and December 31 last year raised EUR50,000 for scholarships, assistance to sick children and New Year’s presents, committee chair Milorad Arlov told Srna.

SAMAC - The agricultural cooperative Obudovac near Samac has bought 67 tonnes of the Virginia variety of tobacco from the contracted area of 70 hectares and 13 tonnes of the Barley variety grown on 10 hectares, and finished the processing and warehousing of the plant.

OKOLAC - The Serbian Orthodox Church and believers in the municipality of Sokolac will begin preparations for celebrating Christmas, the birth of Jesus Christ, with holy services in six churches and burning of the Yule log in the church yards and near the Holy Cross in Vidrici on Christmas Eve on Saturday.


SARAJEVO - Metropolitan Hrizostom of Dabar-Bosnia believes the desecration of Orthodox churches and graveyards in Sarajevo and other places in Bosnia and Herzegovina is an instrument for deterring the return of Serbs and that the local authorities use such incidents to discourage Serbs from returning to their centuries’ old home ground.

SARAJEVO - Total out-of-season industrial production in BiH in November was one percent higher than in October 2017.


BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Defence Aleksandar Vulin says in a holiday interview with Srna the Dayton Peace Agreement need not be changed and that such serious matters should not be toyed with.

BELGRADE - Sima Avramovic, a member of the team working on a Serbia and Republika Srpska declaration on the preservation of Serbs, says the draft document is almost finished and that a few more details need to be polished.

BELGRADE - Political analyst Dragomir Andjelkovic believes that when it is finally presented, the declaration on the preservation of Serbs will be negatively interpreted by Sarajevo, Pristina, and Zagreb, and added that that should not be an obstacle to the Serbs to do things systematically in favour of their own interests.

BELGRADE - Political analyst Aleksandar Pavic told Srna it pays out to say “No” to the foreigners who want to undermine the statehood of the Serbs, who have strong allies in the East advocating a multi-polar world which the Serbs find suitable, the Easterners who do not meddle in their internal matters.


PODGORICA - The Bar-Boljare motorway between Montenegro and Serbia, the biggest construction site in Montenegro and one of the biggest ones in the region, is built by 3,048 workers including 1,162 from Montenegro, reports the Chinese company CRBC, the main contractor of the priority section of Smokovac-Matesevo.


WASHINGTON - US President Donald Trump boasts that his nuclear button is bigger that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s. /end/ds