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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - May 13, 2020

 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

 

BANJALUKA, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska confirmed another 23 persons test positive for coronavirus out of 550 tested, the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare announced.

BANJALUKA, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - Two patients previously infected with the coronavirus died within the past 24 hours at the Republika Srpska University Clinical Centre in Banjaluka, announced this health institution.

BIJELJINA, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - The Chinese Embassy in BiH has donated face masks to the Republika Srpska News Agency - SRNA today.

BANJALUKA, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - Acting director of the Republika Srpska Secretariat for Displaced Persons and Migration, Marko Aćić, is attending today the distribution of keys to a number of families of displaced persons and refugees from that city who will be housed in an apartment building with 32 housing units in the settlement of Senjak near Gradiška.

BANJALUKA, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - DNS MP at the Republika Srpska National Assembly Aleksandar Glavaš considers the arrest of the clergy and bishop of the Serbian Orthodox Church /SOC/, who headed a prayer walk in Montenegro, extremely inappropriate and inadmissible.

BANJA LUKA, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - Leader of the Socialist Party of Srpska /SPS/ Goran Selak considers the arrest of Bishop Joanikije of Budva-Nikšići and the priests of the Serbian Orthodox Church /SOC/ by the Montenegrin authorities as unacceptable for the Serb people in Republika Srpska and pointed out that "continuation of repressive policies and causing new incidents do not benefit anyone."

BiH

SARAJEVO, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - BiH Court President Ranko Debevec says that war crimes and large organised crime cases suffered the most during the restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus outbreak. Interviewed by: Željka DOMAZET

SARAJEVO, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - The Constitutional and Legal Commission of the House of Representatives of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly should be reviewing the Bill on Election of BiH Constitutional Court’s Judges tomorrow in Sarajevo, which specifies that only BiH nationals are entitled to be elected judges of this court.

BANJALUKA, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - Socialist Party leader Petar Đokić condemns the announced mass in Sarajevo for the Ustashas killed in Bleiburg, stating that this act is an open provocation towards anti-fascists and victims of fascist and Ustasha terror in the Second World War.

FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - In the past 24 hours, two out of 341 samples tested for the coronavirus at the Clinical Centre of the University of Sarajevo, tested positive, but this is only one new case.

SERBIA

BELGRADE, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and His Eminence Patriarch Irinej of Serbia voiced great concern over the arrest of His Eminence Bishop Joanikije of Budva-Nikšić and the priests of the Serbian Orthodox Church /SOC/ in Montenegro.

BELGRADE, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić says that as of June 1, the Serbia’s borders will be open for the citizens of BiH, Albania, Montenegro and North Macedonia with a negative coronavirus test, while the restrictions remain valid for EU citizens with whom there will be no talks held before June 15, as it is the EU’s position.

BELGRADE, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - President of the parliamentary Coordination Body for Preševo, Bujanovac and Medveđa, Zoran Stanković, points out that the claims by Deputy Speaker of the self-declared Kosovo Parliament Vjosa Osmani about the number of Albanians living in Medveđa municipality are false and made for daily political purposes.

BELGRADE, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - Đorđe Mihailović, the keeper of the Serbian military cemetery Zejtinlik in Thessaloniki, will finally be granted Serbian citizenship these days for his decades-long commitment to keeping 8,000 graves of Serbian warriors, cherishing their memories with special love, Večernje Novosti reports referring to the Government of Serbia.

REGION

NIKŠIĆ, MAY 13 /SRNA/ - His Eminence Bishop Joanikije of Budva-Nikšić was ordered 72-hours detention after the hearing in the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Nikšić due to last night's prayer walk that took place in that city, which gathered thousands of citizens and was held despite the ban of public gatherings. /end/vos