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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - September 29, 2020




BANJALUKA, SEPTEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik has said that keeping a memory of all those who gave their contribution to the creation and development of Republika Srpska is an obligation of all present and future generations and that one of those is certainly former Republika Srpska President Milan Jelić who left a permanent mark on the history of Srpska.

BIJELJINA, SEPTEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - Major Milan Tepić /1957-1991/ was killed on this day in 1991 when he blew up a JNA barracks in Bjelovar during a battle with Croatia’s paramilitary units, refusing to surrender the arms depot to the enemy.

BANJALUKA, SEPTEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - Director of the Republika Srpska Center for Research of War, War Crimes and Search for Missing Persons Milorad Kojić has said that the essence of the War Crimes Cases Strategy is to have the BiH judiciary still work on the most complex war crimes cases, while the other cases, of which there are around 200, will be transferred to the entity prosecutor’s offices which have the capacity to complete the job.

BANJALUKA, SEPTEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - The Republika Srpska Chamber of Commerce says that with full respect of obligations assumed from international agreements, Srpska and BiH are still not ready to fully open their energy markets.

BIJELJINA, SEPTEMBER 28 /SRNA/ - World-renowned concert academic accordion player Yuriy Shishkin, of Russia, performed in Bijeljina as part of the 12th “Days of Accordion” Festival, as well as students of the Elementary Music School “Kornelije Stanković” who are recipients of multiple world awards.


BANJALUKA, SEPTEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - The Ambassador of BiH to Canada, Marko Milisav, has said that animosity of a part of the Bosniak community in Canada towards him, as the ambassador from among Serbs, has increased after he rejected to act in accordance with a self-initiated order from Foreign Minister in the Council of Ministers Bisera Turković regarding the marking of July 11.

ZAGREB, SEPTEMBER 28 /SRNA/ - At a meeting between Croatia’s Prime Minister Andrej Plenković and leaders of the HDZ BiH and SDA, Dragan Čović and Bakir Izetbegović, respectively, problematic positions of the SDA regarding a unitary organization of BiH which are contrary to the BiH Constitution were stressed, as well as increasingly frequent messages that “the Komšić case” will continue to be practiced in institutions and will be instituted in other levels of authorities as a sort of threat to Croats as a constituent people.

SARAJEVO, SEPTEMBER 28 /SRNA/ - BiH Presidency member Željko Komšić says that Zagreb has nothing to do with the Election Law and that it should be told to “back off from BiH as its interference is utterly inappropriate.”

ZAGREB, SEPTEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - Božo Petrov, a member of the Croatian Parliament, says that a statement from SDA president Bakir Izetbegović, by which he justifies the legitimacy of Željko Komšić as someone who has always been on the right side, is a slap in the face of the Croatian people and an attack on the foundations of the BiH Constitution and the Dayton Accords.

BELGRADE, SEPTEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - Commenting on the support from Šefik DŽaferović and Bakir Izetbegović to Azerbaijan in a conflict with Armenia, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia Ivica Dačić has said that “SDA leaders are behaving like ayatollahs.”

SARAJEVO, SEPTEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - Director of the Indirect Tax Authority of BiH Miro DŽakula has said that VAT revenues in the first eight months of the year decreased by some BAM 600 million compared to the same period of last year.


SARAJEVO, SEPTEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - Director of the FBiH Banking Agency Jasmin Mahmuzić says that due to the coronavirus epidemic, banks are facing economic consequences of the crisis just like other business entities, and added that interest rates cannot be limited.


BELGRADE, SEPTEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - The influx of Canadian investments in Serbia has increased as there are more than 50 Canadian companies doing business in Serbia at the moment, said Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and Canadian Ambassador Kathleen Csaba.

BELGRADE, SEPTEMBER 29 /SRNA/ - Miloš Ković, a history professor at the Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy, filed criminal charges against his colleague, professor Nikola Samardžić for approving, diminishing and justifying genocide committed against the Serbian people in the Jasenovac death camp in the Independent State of Croatia /NDH/.


SKOPLJE, SEPTEMBER 28 /SRNA/ - Former Macedonian Internal Affairs Minister Gordana Jankuloska was brought to the Idrizovo prison where she will serve a four-year prison term for the "Tank" case, that is, the illegal purchase of an armored luxury Mercedes worth EUR 600,000. /end/sg