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English11/09/2019

SIGNIFICANT SUPPORT TO FAMILY IN SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA, September 11 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska President Željka Cvijanović said in Banjaluka Wednesday that Republika Srpska institutions had important measures and significant allocations to support the family in general.

 

Cvijanović points out that the measures relate to support for newborns, third and fourth child, child allowance, support for unemployed postpartal women, as well as free textbooks.

After the meeting where the scientific study "Demographic Development and Population Policy of Republika Srpska - Situation Analysis and Proposed Measures" was presented, she told the press that, in addition to the measures to be implemented, those that had been made earlier would be analyzed.

Cvijanović said that demographic development and population policy are of great importance for the society in general, and that a scientific research study made an overview of the situation in the field of demographic policy and proposed general measures for improving the situation in this field.

The research-scientific study "Demographic Development and Population Policy of Republika Srpska - Situation Analysis and Proposed Measures" was developed by an expert team led by Draško Marinković at the initiative of Republika Srpska President Željka Cvijanović.

Apart from Cvijanović, the meeting was attended by Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik, Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Višković, ministers - the members of the Demographic Reconstruction Council, and expert team members.

The study presents an overview of the situation in the field of demographic policy in Srpska, as well as a proposal of general measures for improving the situation in this field, which should be the subject of implementation of the Republika Srpska competent institutions.

Members of the expert team are the most prominent experts in the field of demography, reproductive health and social welfare Branislav Đurđev, Mirjana Rašević, Mirjana Bobić, Milimir Mučibabić and sociologist Jovanka Vuković. /end/vos