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SRNA News Roundup /I/ - May 15, 2020




BANJALUKA, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Minister of Health and Social Welfare of Republika Srpska, Alen Šeranić, stated this morning that another 16 persons tested positive for coronavirus in Srpska, and that 543 people have recovered.

BANJA LUKA, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - In the past 24 hours, two elderly Banjaluka women, who were previously tested positive for coronavirus, died at the University Clinical Centre /UCC/ of Republika Srpska.

DOBOJ, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Representatives of the Doboj City Administration and Doboj deputies at the Republika Srpska National Assembly laid wreaths today at the memorial plaque to the victims of the May 2014 floods, which is installed outside of the City Assembly building.

BIJELJINA, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Muslim units in Tuzla attacked a convoy of the Yugoslav People's Army /JNA/ on May 15, 1992 and, according to official data, killed at least 54 soldiers and wounded 44, violating the agreement according to which the convoy, like other JNA units, was supposed to leave the city peacefully.

BANJALUKA, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Serb member of the BiH Presidency Milorad Dodik tells SRNA that the shameful and cowardly attack from the ambush on JNA members on May 15, 1992 in Tuzla was a premeditated crime without court closure 28 years later.


SARAJEVO, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - In the early morning of May 16, 1992, approximately 200 Serb civilians were killed in the attack carried out by the Muslim units on the Sarajevo settlement of Pofalići, and along with the liquidation and expulsion of the Serb population, their property was looted and burned.

BELGRADE, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Professor Emeritus Nenad Kecmanović says the coronavirus is receding, unlike High Representative for BiH Valentin Inzko, who has become an asymptomatic case of Covid-19 - he lacks nothing, but spreads the infection of sitting in an office with a face mask physically isolating himself from reality.

BANJALUKA, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Alliance of War Invalids /RVI/ of Republika Srpska believes that the Catholic Church is trying to rehabilitate the infamous Ustasha movement by holding a Mass to "Bleiburg victims" and demands the BiH institutions to prevent such occurrences, not allowing revival of fascists and criminals of parastatal creation - NDH.

BELGRADE, MAY 14 /SRNA/ - The Simon Wiesenthal Centre calls on the BiH authorities to ban the Mass for the Ustashas killed in Bleiburg to take place in Sarajevo, emphasizing that paying tribute to the genocidal Ustasha state /NDH/ is not an insult only for the victims and their families, but also for all those who opposed the crimes committed by the Ustashas.


SARAJEVO, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - In the last 24 hours, there were seven cases positive for the coronavirus at the Clinical Centre of the University of Sarajevo, five of whom were newly infected.


BELGRADE, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Head of the Republika Srpska Representative Office in Serbia, Mlađen Cicović, says the conditions and procedure for entering Serbia are different for the students from Republika Srpska with dual citizenship, temporary or permanent residence in Serbia.

BELGRADE, MAY 14 /SRNA/ - A gathering took place outside the Church of St. Mark in Belgrade, entitled "Candle for Freedom", to support the believers and priests of the Serbian Orthodox Church /SOC/ in Montenegro, demanding a sharper reaction of Serbia over the arrest of Bishop Joanikije of Budimlje-Nikšić and the priests of the Serbian Orthodox Church.


NIKŠIĆ, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - The citizens started gathering outside the Basic Court in Nikšić to support His Eminence Bishop Joanikije of Budimlje-Nikšić, who was ordered 72-hour-detention due to the prayer walk on the day of St. Vasilije Ostroški in Nikšić.

PODGORICA, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Sava Kostić, the lawyer of His Eminence Bishop Joanikije of Budimlje-Nikšić, wrote a complaint against the police related to the arrest of the bishop and the priests.

PODGORICA, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - In a letter of support to His Eminence Bishop Joanikije of Budimlje-Nikšić, 55 university professors call on all those who have the power to hear the voice of the people and release the bishop and the clergy, and to stop harassing believers in Montenegro, in order to avoid being the protagonists of Solomon's wise saying - "Where there is insolence, there reigns iniquity."

BELGRADE, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Head of the Electronic Media Agency Montenegro /AEM/ Ranko Vujović says that this Montenegrin regulatory body will not comment the broadcasting a song by controversial Croatian musician Marko Perković Thompson on the Radio Television of Montenegro, who promotes Ustashaism because they are of the opinion that “the lyrics of the song are not controversial”.

ZAGREB, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Speaker of the Croatian Parliament Gordan Jandroković formally sent a decision to the deputies and chairmen of the committee to dissolve the Parliament on Monday, May 18, and the proposed dates for the elections are June 21 and 28 or July 5 and 12. /end/vos