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SRNA News Roundup /II/ - June 17, 2019




BUDAPEST, June 17 /SRNA/ - Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik has invited representatives of the Serb Self-Government in Hungary, prominent businessmen, entrepreneurs, cultural workers, journalists to visit Banjaluka, stating they can then create a plan on how to work together.

BANJALUKA, June 17 /SRNA/ - President of Republika Srpska Željka Cvijanović pointed out in a meeting with Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić that institutional cooperation between Republika Srpska and Serbia is at an extremely high level, and voiced pleasure that joint projects are carried out at a planned pace.

BANJALUKA, June 17 /SRNA/ - Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić said in Banjaluka on Monday that the Serbian Government had no knowledge of the abuse of funds that it had donated to the municipality of Srebrenica.

BANJALUKA, June 17 /SRNA/- Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Viškovic said in Banjaluka on Monday that unless a new FBiH Government is formed, Srpska will sue the entity and the Indirect Taxation Authority /ITA/ of BiH by the end of June, due to failing to apply revenues partitions coefficients of indirect taxes.

BANJALUKA, June 17 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Višković stated Monday that adequate legal solutions must protect intellectual property, which is one of the conditions for the development of economy and economic progress.

SREBRENICA, June 17 /SRNA/ - A memorial service for more than 250 Serb civilian victims of the Ustasha crime committed on the second day of the Holy Trinity in 1943 in Srebrenica and on the third day of this Orthodox holiday in Zalazje was held on Monday at memorial ossuary in Srebrenica.

SREBRENICA, June 17 /SRNA/ - Miloš Nikolić, whose grandfather Jova was killed by the Ustashas on the second day of the Holy Trinity holiday in 1943 in Srebrenica along with 250 other Serb civilians, told SRNA that the communist authorities concealed the truth about this crime, although everyone knew that the NDH forces monstrously murdered Serb civilians in their homes.


SARAJEVO, June 17 /SRNA/ - The rate of convictions in war crimes cases before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina drops alarmingly, prompting concern over the quality of investigations and indictments filed by the BiH Prosecutor's Office, Head of the OSCE Mission to BiH Bruce Berton warned in Sarajevo on Monday.

BANJALUKA, June 17 /SRNA/ - The United Srpska party is asking the Peace Implementation Council /PIC/ Steering Board to help with making sure election will of the people of Republika Srpska is respected, the blockade of the formation of the Council of Ministers removed as soon as possible, and operations of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina launched.


SARAJEVO, June 17 /SRNA/ - Minister of Ecology and Tourism of the Federation of BiH Edita Đapo signed a contract in Sarajevo with Drvar Mayor Dušica Runić on the implementation of the Tito's cave rehabilitation project.


BELGRADE, June 17 /SRNA/ - Representatives of the China International Development Cooperation Agency /CIDCA/ offered donor development assistance in the fields of health, education, industry and infrastructure at the today's meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić.

BELGRADE, June 17 /SRNA/ - Serbian Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Minister Branislav Nedimović said Monday he expects domestic producers to start exporting pork and dairy products to China by the end of the year.

BELGRADE, June 17 /SRNA/ - Serbian Health Minister Zlatibor Lončar said that the estimates show that Serbia can attract about 100,000 tourists to health institutions, with some services up to 15 times cheaper, with he special goal of attracting as many guests from North America as possible.

NOVO BRDO, June 17 /SRNA/ - Priština officials’ statements that St Nicholas Church - the Fortress of Novo Brdo is the legacy of the Catholic Church are baseless and dangerous attempts to take historical heritage away from the Serbian Orthodox Church /SOC/, warns Stevo Mitrić, a priest of Novo Brdo. By: Neđeljko Zejak


BELGRADE, June 17 /SRNA/ - Dragan Vasiljkovic, better known as Captain Dragan, who serves the sentence in the Croatian prison in Lepoglava, said he feared the Croats were doing everything to prevent his release at the end of March next year. /end/vos