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SRNA News Roundup /IV/ - July 1, 2020

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA, JULY 1 /SRNA/ - Director of the Solidarity Fund for diagnosis and treatment of diseases, conditions, and injuries of children abroad Jasminka Vučković said today that in 2019, the Fund issued 111 Decisions approving diagnostics and treatment of children abroad, for which purpose EUR 1,532,142 was paid. Chairman of the Republika Srpska Concession Commission Radenko Đurica told the National Assembly that last year, a total of BAM 35.07 million was paid for the right to use natural resources of Srpska. Finance Minister Zora Vidović said today that revenues and receipts planned by the budget in 2019 were realized to the tune of BAM 3.13 billion, which is 100% of the revised budget, and that all budget obligations were met.

BANJALUKA, JULY 1 /SRNA/ - The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Republika Srpska has announced that the Directorate for Coordination of Police Bodies in BiH is deceiving the public by a note in which it presented the opinion of Instructions on issues of importance for the implementation of the Agreement on Operative and Strategic Cooperation with Interpol, by which it is willfully obstructing the implementation of the ratified treaty.


BiH

SARAJEVO, JULY 1 /SRNA/ - Serb Presidency member Milorad Dodik is attending a solemn dinner in Sarajevo hosted by German Ambassador to BiH Margret Uebber.

BIHAĆ, JULY 1 /SRNA/ - Bihać police, supported by the Support Unit of the Una-Sana Canton Ministry of Internal Affairs, discovered more than 600 migrants in an abandoned building of the Krajinametal Company in Bihać, reports the USnovosti.

SARAJEVO, JULY 1 /SRNA/ - The BiH Court banned former Security Minister at the Council of Ministers Dragan Mektić from presenting publicly facts from a case in which he is accused of abuse of office in connection with the procurement of firefighting equipment and from contacting witnesses.

BRČKO, JULY 1 /SRNA/ - The Assembly of Brčko District adopted today in the first reading draft amendments to the Criminal Code of the District by which healthcare providers will get the status of officials.

FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO, JULY 1 /SRNA/ - 319 persons were tested for the coronavirus today in the Federation of BiH /FBiH/ and 29 tested positive for the virus.


SERBIA

BELGRADE, JULY 1 /SRNA/ - The Serbian Government today prescribed measures for the protection of the population from the coronavirus in local government units where the state of emergency has been declared due to the epidemic, which, among other things, stipulate restrictions to operations of hospitality establishments and ban on organizing ceremonies and sports and amusement events.

BELGRADE, JULY 1 /SRNA/ - Head of the International Monetary Fund Mission /IMF/ Jan Kees Martijn has pointed out that the IMF reduced economic growth projections for the whole of Europe, except for Serbia, which recorded better results in the first quarter of the year than other European countries. Martijn has praised the engagement of President Aleksandar Vučić and the Serbian Government and their responsible economic policy and successful crisis management during the coronavirus epidemic in all fields, from healthcare to the economy.


REGION

LJUBLJANA, JULY 1 /SRNA/ - In a letter of support to the Serbian people and the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro, the Alliance of Serbs in Slovenia says that Milo Đukanović’s regime has implemented brutal political, religious and language discrimination against Serbs for years and that it now attacked that which is the most holy – the Church, asking why Europe is keeping quiet about the recent and the most brutal forms of tyranny and terror.

PODGORICA, JULY 1 /SRNA/ - The Montenegrin Parliament passed a law on life partnership between same-sex partners.

PODGORICA, JULY 1 /SRNA/ - Montenegro’s President Milo Đukanović has said that the passage of the law on life partnership between same-sex individuals is a confirmation that “Montenegro, as a society, matured, that it accepts and lives differences,” and that it is “another step towards the most democratic societies.”/end/sg