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SRNA News Roundup /II/ - March 31, 2020

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - Two elderly men, one from Banjaluka and one from Laktaši, who tested positive for the coronavirus, died today at the Republika Srpska University Clinical Center /UCC/, says the UCC. The number of deaths from the coronavirus infection thus increased to three in Srpska.

BANJALUKA, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - If those disobeying measures ordered to curb the spread of the coronavirus are severely fined and if everyone behaves responsibly, there won’t be significant increase in the number of those who test positive for the coronavirus in the 6th week and Srpska will enter a phase in which a curve will be flattened and can be expected to fall in the next phase, said Head of the team tasked with monitoring and implementing measures ordered by the Republika Srpska HQ for Emergency Situations Nenad Stevandić.

BANJALUKA, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - President of the Association of Restaurant and Hotel Owners Željko Tatić has said that the announced aid from the Republika Srpska Government for around 40,000 workers in fields hit the most by the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic will mean a lot for preservation of jobs.


BiH

SARAJEVO, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - A draft bill on budget of institutions and international obligations of BiH for this year, which was adopted by the Council of Ministers, was forwarded today to the BiH Presidency for adoption, the office of the minister of finance and treasury in the Council of Ministers told Srna.

SARAJEVO, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - Speaker of the House of Peoples of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly Dragan Čović spoke today with the Ambassador of Serbia to BiH Aleksandar Đorđević. They expressed the need for greater understanding and cooperation in the fight against the coronavirus and in the fight for the protection of health of the population.

SARAJEVO, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - Speaker of the House of Peoples of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly Dragan Čović and Ambassador of Montenegro to BiH Mišo Stanišić agreed today that at the time of the coronavirus epidemic it is necessary to protect the health of the population and determine measures for the recovery of the economy.

ŠAMAC, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations in the Council of Ministers Staša Košarac said today during a visit to the Šamac border crossing that there were no traffic jams at that border crossing and expressed satisfaction with the way the foreign trade was unfolding.


FEDERATION OF BiH

KONJIC, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - Three persons from Konjic who earlier tested positive for the coronavirus recovered from the disease, which was confirmed by two tests, and among them is Serbian Orthodox parish priest in Konjic Milan Bužanin.



SERBIA

BELGRADE, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and EU Commissioner for Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Olivér Várhelyi agreed that cooperation and coordination between the countries of the Western Balkans and the EU was necessary due to the coronavirus pandemic, and that the challenge of such scope could be answered only by close cooperation and solidarity.

BELGRADE, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - The Serbian Government today decided to increase salaries of health care providers by ten percent as of tomorrow.

GNJILANE, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - The problem of transport of 20 patients from the area of Gnjilane Municipality, who go for dialysis to Vranje three times a week, has been solved with the help from the Serbian Government’s Kosovo Office, Gnjilane official Saša Milošević told Srna.

BELGRADE, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - One of the greatest conductors of our time Zubin Mehta sent a vide message of support to the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra with which he often performed.


REGION

PODGORICA, MARCH 31 /SRNA/ - Ten health care providers in Montenegro - six doctors and four nurses, are positive for the coronavirus, says the Institute of Public Health. /end/sg