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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - January 24, 2020

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA, JANUARY 24 /SRNA/ - Head of the Republika Srpska War Veterans Organisation /BORS/ Milomir Savčić says that the BORS is not satisfied with the latest decision of the Republika Srpska Government on veteran allowance increase from the republican budget, as the Organisation's demand is to increase it by 10 percent.

EAST SARAJEVO, JANUARY 24 /SRNA/ - The Investment and Development Bank /RBI/ of Republika Srpska placed BAM 48.3 million in eastern Srpska last year, which is BAM 16.4 million more than in 2018, Acting RBI Director Dražen Vrhovac told SRNA.

BANJALUKA, JANUARY 24 /SRNA/ - The average December net salary in Republika Srpska was BAM 939 and was by BAM 22 higher than the November one, announced the Federation of Republika Srpska Trade Unions.

BANJALUKA, JANUARY 23 /SRNA/ - The Executive Committee of the Socialist Party’s /SP/ Main Board announces it does not support self-initiated activities of a group of this party’s deputies, thus rejects as unfounded their demand to dismiss SP leader Petar Đokić.

SREBRENICA, JANUARY 24 /SRNA/ - The picturesque canyon of the Drina River and the accumulation Perućac Lake on that river are becoming an attractive and challenging destination for an increasing number of tourists, especially adventurers. By: Miro PEJIĆ

JANUARY, 24 JANUARY /SRNA/ - The Osovica Monastery near Srbac is a new church built on the foundations of an old one, most probably from the time of Dragutin Nemanjić, and testifies to the difficult history of the Serb people, but also that today's human has an increasing will to be in union with God, Prior of the Monastery Teofil told SRNA. By: Ana BENCUN

BiH

SARAJEVO, 23 JANUARY /SRNA/ - BiH Presidency Chairman Željko Komšić, who heads the BiH delegation at the World Forum on the Holocaust in Jerusalem, attended the marking of 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 24 /SRNA/ - Nebojša Radmanović, the member of the Advosory Board of the House of Representatives of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly, says that BiH remains the only one outside the European and NATO stories and that it will be a special territory for the next 30 years.

SARAJEVO, JANUARY 24 /SRNA/ - During the talks held with Swedish Ambassador to BiH, Johanna Strömquist, Speaker of the House of Representatives of BiH Parliament Denis Zvizdić stressed that the improvement of parliamentary cooperation between the two countries was necessary, which should be intensively worked on in the coming period.

BANJALUKA, JANUARY 24 /SRNA/ - Head of the EU Delegation to BiH Johann Sattler said the international community would be closely monitoring judicial cases in BiH as it was one of the citizens' remarks and stressed that the reform of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council /HJPC/ was an important element.

FEDERATION OF BiH

BOSANSKO GRAHOVO, JANUARY 24 /SRNA/ - Mayor of Bosansko Grahovo Municipality, Milorad Gligić, told SRNA that the municipality would come out of collapse by eventually adopting a temporary financing decision, which is on the agenda for Municipal Council’s meeting scheduled for today.

SERBIA

BELGRADE, JANUARY 24 /SRNA/ - Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić said today after meeting with US Special Envoy Richard Grenell that Belgrade did not accept the sign of equality between withdrawing recognition of self-proclaimed Kosovo and the abolition of fees, which the US is requesting. Grenell stated Priština must abolish taxes on Serbian products, and Belgrade must suspend its campaign against recognising self-declared Kosovo’s independency.

REGION

KOPAR, JANUARY 24 /SRNA/ - Parish priest of Koper, Dejan Mandć, told SRNA that alternative site for the construction of church offered by the authorities of the Slovenian city of Koper is unacceptable for the Zagreb-Ljubljana Metropolitanate.

BELGRADE, JANUARY 24 /SRNA/ - Leader of the Independent Democratic Serb Party /SDSS/ in Croatia, Milorad Pupovac, said that after the election of Zoran Milanović for Croatian president, Croatia could expect improvement in political relations between Belgrade and Zagreb. /end/vos