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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - December 9, 2019

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 9 /SRNA/ - Speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly Nedeljko Čubrilović points out that Srpska and its institutions are committed to protecting fundamental human rights and freedoms of all its citizens in accordance with laws, the Constitution and highest international standards, conventions and the UN Declaration of Human Rights.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 9 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska produced a total of 1.64 million cubic metres of various forest products in ten months this year, which is 5.3 percent less than in the same period of last year, reports the Statistics Institute.

SREBRENICA, DECEMBER 9 /SRNA/ - Leadership of the Srebrenica municipality and representatives of the Saudi Fund for Development have agreed to effect a one-million-euro Saudi grant for the local community by mid-next year, reports the municipal PR service.

BiH

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 9 /SRNA/ - Chairman of the Council of Ministers Zoran Tegeltija says that unblocking the projects awaiting ratification by BiH institutions will stimulate economic activities in the entities, but that many more steps apart from unblocking of such projects will have to be made for the success and resumption of reforms. Interview by Darko GAVRILOVIĆ

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 8 /SRNA/ - Chairman of the Council of Ministers Zoran Tegeltija announced that a plan for resolving the migration crisis in BiH will be created with a new minister of security and that EU representatives, despite their efforts to provide money for migrants to stay in this area, will not succeed in their intentions.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 9 /SRNA/ - Vjekoslav Bevanda remains minister of finance and treasury in the Council of Ministers, Josip Grubeša remains minister of justice, and Ankica Gudeljević will take over the Ministry of Civil Affairs, reports Večernji List.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 9 /SRNA/ - The Agency for the Prevention of Corruption and Coordination of the Fight against Corruption is hosting an annual conference in Sarajevo on Monday on the occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day.

SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 9 /SRNA/ - A Dutch citizen staying in the area of Odžak was identified and arrested in a Monday morning police operation against international drug trade, reports the BiH Prosecutor’s Office.

BANJALUKA, DECEMBER 9 /SRNA/ - Police are conducting searches in five locations /houses and companies/ in the area of BiH and one person has been arrested in the scope of an international police operation code-named Madagascar, which focuses on busting an organised crime group engaged in illicit production and trade in drugs, head of the Srpska Ministry of Internal Affairs PR office Mirna Miljanović told Srna.

FEDERATION OF BiH

MOSTAR, DECEMBER 9 /SRNA/ - Officers of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton Ministry of Internal Affairs removed blockades from the Uborak landfill outside Mostar on Monday morning which the local residents and activists of the initiative “Because It Concerns Us” had been blocking with their bodies for six days.

SERBIA

BELGRADE, DECEMBER 9 /SRNA/ - Renowned Serbian film director Emir Kusturica points out that the Nobel Laureates Peter Handke and Ivo Andrić have in common the Serbian issue, which they dealt with not because of nationalism but because of the feeling of balance and lack of righteousness.

BELGRADE, DECEMBER 9 /SRNA/ - It is estimated that 3,600 people die in Serbia every year due to air pollution, head of the World Health Organisation Office in Serbia Marijan Ivanuša stated on Monday.

KOSOVSKA KAMENICA, DECEMBER 9 /SRNA/ - A three-year-old Dunja Nasković, who lives in the village of Odevce outside Kosovska Kamenica without the basic living conditions in an unfinished house with her brother and single father who is a disabled person, needs 12,000 euros for her home to be finished. /end/dš