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SRNA News Roundup /II/ - August 18, 2019




BANJALUKA, AUGUST, 18 /SRNA/ - The Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik told Srna that BiH is composed of two entities and three constituent peoples and that all attempts which derogate that constitutional principle are anti-constitutional and anti-Dayton.

DOBOJ, AUGUST, 18 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska National Assembly Speaker Nedeljko Čubrilović said on Sunday that January 9 will be celebrated as Republika Srpska Day, as long as Srpska exists.

BANJALUKA, AUGUST, 18 /SRNA/ - SNSD Vice President Nikola Špirić told Srna on Sunday that BiH will end up in a blind road and a dead end which leads nowhere, and especially not on a European path, unless the authority is finally formed and it does not start dealing with its own destiny.


SARAJEVO, AUGUST, 18 /SRNA/ - Economic growth is expected to continue in BiH over the next three years at an average rate of 3.8 percent annually, according to the BiH Perspectives Information for 2020-2022 of the BiH Directorate for Economic Planning.


BANJALUKA, AUGUST, 18 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska Minister of Education and Culture Natalija Trivić visited the Veselinje Monastery near Glamoč on Sunday and donated books in Cyrillic which will be available to children of Serbian families living in this area. Trivić has emphasized that the goal is to enable young generations in this region to learn Serbian language and cyrillic and to preserve awareness of national identity, announced from the ministry.

SARAJEVO, AUGUST, 18 /SRNA/ - President of the Federation of BiH /FBiH/ Marinko Čavara has emphasized that it is necessary to form a new Council of Ministers, as well as the FBiH Government, to ensure a stable functioning of authority at all levels in BiH.


BELGRADE, AUGUST, 18 /SRNA/ - The money for financing certain Islamist groups in Serbia and the region comes mainly from Austria, but the security situation is not problematic to the extent that there is a possibility of any terrorist act in Serbia, estimated the security experts Vlade Radulović and Milan Petrić. /end/bo



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