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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - September 24, 2018




BANJALUKA – The Republika Srpska Ministry of Internal Affairs has announced that allegations from an article published by the Internet portal that Internal Affairs Minister Dragan Lukac illegally exceeded the budget by more than KM 600,000 are not true.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO – Radomir Lukic, a professor at the Faculty of Law in Istocno Sarajevo, has said that BiH Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak had much more important subjects to discuss with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov than conveying an invitation from the group of citizens “Justice for David” to the Russian foreign minister to visit them.

BANJALUKA – The president of the Republika Srpska Organization of Families of Captured and Killed Soldiers and Missing Civilians, Nedeljko Mitrovic, appealed today to all municipalities and cities in Republika Srpska to introduce a practice of paying a monthly assistance to widows of fallen soldiers, in imitation of Trebinje.

GRADISKA – As part of the Days of Russian Culture and Art event, an exhibition called “Russia in photographs" opened today in Gradiska and a documentary titled “A Russian officer from Kozara Mountain” by Milan Pilipovic was screened in the Cultural Center.


SARAJEVO – An agreement on the implementation of a project of increasing the efficiency of mining efforts in BiH was signed today in Sarajevo. It will be financed by the European Commission with 900,000 Euros.


TUZLA - Members of the Serbian Educational and Cultural Society “Prosvjeta” Tuzla marked the 140th anniversary of the killing of Salih Tucic Sahadzija, the first victim of the Austro-Hungarian occupying regime in Tuzla.


BELGRADE – Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has said that after the October elections he will present shocking evidence of the most brutal meddling in the elections in Republika Srpska by certain Western powers.

SOKOLAC – The candidate of the SNSD-DNS-SP coalition for the Serbian member of the BiH Presidency, Milorad Dodik, has said that Sokolac has prospects, that a highway will be built in this area and that new industries are needed for the city’s development.

BANJALUKA – Milan Petkovic, who is heading the list of candidates for the Republika Srpska Parliament in the constituency No. 3, has said that the party has experts who will implement a program for the defense of Srpska’s national interests, economic recovery and pro-birth policy.

BANJALUKA – The candidate of Prva SDS for the Serbian member of the BiH Presidency, Gojko Klickovic, has called on Republika Srpska citizens to turn out en mass to vote in the elections, since, he says, Srpska is now defended with pen.


BELGRADE – Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali and a delegation of the International Monetary Fund /IMF/, headed by James Roaf, discussed today in Belgrade a package of incentives aimed at reducing a burden on wages, the implementation of which would start next year.

BELGRADE – The Chinese Ambassador to Serbia, Li Manchang, today held a reception in the Chinese Embassy on the occasion of the National Day of the People’s Republic of China which was attended by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.


BELGRADE – The president of the Alliance of Serbs from the Region, Miodrag Linta, has assessed the behavior of Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic, who during her meeting with Croats in New York sang “You are so beautiful,” the song performed by one of the main promoters of Ustashism, Marko Perkovic Tompson, as the encouragement of hatred against Serbs. /end/sg