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SRNA News Roundup /II/ - March 21, 2020

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA


BANJALUKA, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - The Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik has announced that a ban on movement in Republika Srpska will be in force from 8 pm to 5.00 in the morning to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

BANJALUKA, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - The Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik has announced that he will meet with Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić tomorrow, who promised that part of the aid package from China would be redirected to BiH.

BANJALUKA, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - The Government of Republika Srpska has adopted today a decision, by emergency procedure, to implement a procedure for the procurement of a mobile hospital with 500 hospital beds and all related equipment in an area of 6,000 square meters, through the Institute of Public Health of Srpska, for which it has allocated BAM 3,650,000.

BANJALUKA, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - President of the Headquarters for Monitoring the Epidemiological Situation in Republika Srpska Alen Šeranić briefed the team on the epidemiological picture in Republika Srpska and stressed that three main groups of measures are currently being worked on.

BANJALUKA, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - There are no new people in Republika Srpska who have been infected with coronavirus since the latest epidemiological situation report, released on Friday afternoon.

BANJALUKA, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - The Alliance of Independent Social Democrats demands all of its city and municipal committees to cancel all activities that require the presence of more people in one place during a state of emergency in the Republika Srpska due to the pandemic of coronavirus, said SRNA spokesman of this party Radovan Kovačević.

BANJALUKA, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - Mirko Šarović, president of the Serbian Democratic Party, thinks it is inappropriate to make predictions about how long the epidemic of the coronavirus will last, and that it is necessary to restrain the spread of the disease, but also to organize the necessary economic and life cycles, of which the success in defense against the epidemic depends.


BiH

SARAJEVO, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - The BiH Presidency has asked the BiH Coordination Body for Protection and Rescue, governments and crisis staffs at all levels of government to continue to timely report to the public on all relevant issues related to the coronavirus pandemic and measures taken preventing it, but stressed that it is necessary to take all measures to protect employees in media.

SARAJEVO, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - The BiH Coordination Body for Protection and Rescue and the Ministry of Security in the Council of Ministers request that the head of the Indirect Taxation Authority Miro DŽakula immediately unblock the assets and equipment of the International Organization for Migration in order to urgently form a quarantine settlement for 1,000 migrants.

BANJALUKA, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - BiH Consul General in Frankfurt Lučiano Kaluža has urged citizens of Republika Srpska and BiH who are currently staying in Germany to stay there because the visas will be extended.


FEDERATION OF BIH

SARAJEVO, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - Ministry of Internal Affairs of Canton Sarajevo urges citizens to strictly comply with the order of the Federal Civil Protection Staff to ban on movement of persons under 18 and over 65, otherwise they will be fined for not acting in accordance with the decisions of the competent authorities restricting or prohibits access, movement or staying in a specific place.

SARAJEVO, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - The Association of Employers of the Federation of BiH believes that the proposed Government's measures to stabilize the economy and remedy the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are better than the previous proposal, but are insufficient.


SERBIA

NOVI SAD, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - Two people in a total of seven patients with coronavirus, who are being treated at the Infectious Diseases Clinic at the Clinical Center of Vojvodina, are in serious general condition and are connected to respirators.

REGION

PODGORICA, MARCH, 21 /SRNA/ - Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković has said that there is no need to introduce a state of emergency so far to prevent the spread of coronavirus, because the measures and recommendations implemented so far are sufficient. /end/bo