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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - February 24, 2018




BANJALUKA - President of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik met in Banjaluka with representatives of the Serbian diaspora from France, Sweden and Denmark, as well as representatives of political parties of Serbs from Macedonia and Croatia to discuss cooperation and status of the Serbian national minority abroad.

BANJALUKA - Meeting with representatives of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Banjaluka on Saturday, President Milorad Dodik stressed the good cooperation between the Srpska institutions and religious communities and the importance of union of the Serbian people and the Church as the most significant element of Serbian identity.

BANJALUKA - National Assembly Speaker Nedeljko Cubrilovic said in a meeting with representatives of the Serbian Union in Italy that Srpska will help organise as good classes in the Serbian language as possible as additional education for Serbian children in Italy.

BANJALUKA - The Serbian Democratic Party /SDS/ main board chose the party leader Vukota Govedarica to run for president of Republika Srpska in the upcoming general election.

BIJELJINA - Member of the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats /SNSD/ main board Nedeljko Coric said on Saturday the SDS “plants cuckoo’s eggs” and brings in the so-called Bosnian language “through the back door”.

BANJALUKA - The Party of Democratic Progress /PDP/ said the head of the SNSD caucus in the House of Representatives of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Stasa Kosarac, showed his “patriotism” and treacherous attitude towards the Serbs a few days ago by voting against an initiative that the Serbs be a constituent people in four cantons in the Federation of BiH.

ISTOCNO SARAJEVO - Mayor of Istocno Novo Sarajevo Ljubisa Cosic says the photographs of the former commander of the Army of Republika Srpska General Ratko Mladic, which have been put up on the wall of the town hall will not be removed and that new, colour photographs of him will be put up there on Monday too.


SARAJEVO - In a meeting with Pope Francis in the Vatican, members of the BiH Presidency stressed the importance of improving the political relations, intensifying the reforms and meeting the requirements which are supposed to foster the European prospects of BiH.


BELGRADE - Head of the Union of Serbs from the Region Miodrag Linta says that the extremists who set on fire a house in Salakovac outside Mostar sent a clear message to the remaining Serbs there that they cannot live in that part of the Federation of BiH and that the international community is expected to provide security to the remaining Serbs.


BELGRADE - Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says he is not sure whether Belgrade will this year get closer to resolving the conflict with Pristina or turning it into a frozen conflict.

MOSCOW - Russian chief of diplomacy Sergey Lavrov says Russia and Serbia are becoming an object of the West’s unconcealed pressure and that the Western countries are trying to use Serbia’s interest for European integration against Russia. /end/ds