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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - July 5, 2020

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BRATUNAC, JULY 5 /SRNA/ - The marking of the 28th anniversary of the crimes committed against the Serb people by Muslim forces from April 1992 to mid-January 1993 has begun in Bratunac.

BANJA LUKA, JULY 5 /SRNA/ - The Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik pointed out in a statement for SRNA that a crime that history does not remember happened in Podrinje 28 years ago and because of that this area became a bloody crown of Serb`s suffering and the spiritual epicenter of Serb`s collective pain.

BANJA LUKA, JULY 5 /SRNA/ - Speaker of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska Nedeljko Čubrilović has told SRNA that by marking the suffering of Serbs in Podrinje, which will be held today in Bratunac, Srpska shows that will never forget the great sacrifice of the Serb people in Podrinje, especially in Bratunac and neighboring municipalities in the past defense-patriotic war.

BiH

SARAJEVO, JULY 5 /SRNA/ - The request to consider the Draft Law on the Budget of BiH Institutions and International Obligations for this year by urgent procedure will be found before the deputies of the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH, at the session on July 8.

SARAJEVO, JULY 5 /SRNA/ - BiH would need to achieve an annual growth of gross domestic product /GDP/ of 5.8 percent in the next 30 years in order to reach the current EU average, according to the Directorate for Economic Planning of BiH in the information on competitiveness BiH economy.



FEDERATION OF BIH

SARAJEVO, JULY 5 /SRNA/ - As of tomorrow, new restrictive measures will be in force in Sarajevo Canton due to the coronavirus, which include reduced working hours of catering facilities, fewer people indoors, distance, mandatory wearing of protective masks and a limited number of people on public gatherings.


SERBIA

BELGRADE, JULY 5 /SRNA/ - Italian and Serbian lawyers Angelo Fiore Tartaglia and Srđan Aleksić announced the first lawsuits of NATO bomb victims before higher courts in Serbia, after 21 years of NATO bombing with depleted uranium.

BELGRADE, JULY 5 /SRNA/ - 46 deaths were registered in the Hospital in Novi Pazar from April to July 2, and the epidemiological situation in this city is still difficult, but it is stabilizing, said Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Rasim LJajić.



REGION

ZAGREB, JULY 5 /SRNA/ - Parliamentary elections are being held in Croatia today, in which slightly less than 3.9 million citizens have the right to vote.

MOSTAR, JULY 5 /SRNA/ - Polling stations for the parliamentary elections in Croatia were opened this morning in BiH, and more than 5,700 people voted in Mostar on Saturday.

PODGORICA, JULY 5 /SRNA/ - A 74-year-old patient from Rožaji is a new victim of the coronavirus in Montenegro. /end/bo