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SRNA News Roundup /III/ - May 15, 2020




BANJALUKA, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Višković and his Serbian counterpart Ana Brnabić agreed today to work on prospects for free coronavirus testing for students from Srpska upon arriving in Serbia, with certain measures of relevant institutions, so that they could return to their faculties as soon as possible.

BANJALUKA, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - The Republika Srpska HQ for Emergency Situations concluded that citizens are not obliged any more to wear gloves but are still obliged to wear face masks indoors as part of protective measures against the coronavirus.

BANJALUKA, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Minister of Education and Culture of Republika Srpska Natalija Trivić has said that as of September, services of pre-school institutions will be free of charge for children with developmental difficulties and children without parental care.

ŠAMAC, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - The 28th anniversary of the founding of the 2nd Posavina Brigade of the Republika Srpska Army was marked today in Šamac where a memorial service was held and wreaths were laid at a central monument to fallen soldiers in that town.

BANJALUKA, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Of the 1,041 persons that were checked in the past 24 hours in Republika Srpska, two persons violated home isolation orders, says a press release from the Ministry of Administration and local Self Government of Republika Srpska.

EAST SARAJEVO, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - The United Srpska should have its candidates for mayors of East Sarajevo and Istočna Ilidža at the upcoming local elections, said president of the regional party board, constituency No. 8, Zoran Trapara.

TREBINJE, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Trebinje Mayor Mirko Ćurić wished citizens a happy Day of Families which was not marked appropriately due to the coronavirus epidemic, but represents an opportunity for every individual to see what they did for a family as the basic cell of the society which is a support to everyone both in personal and professional life.

LOPARE, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Lopare Mayor Rado Savić today paid a visit to the large family of Petar Vasić in Mirosavci as the usual gathering and programs on the occasion of May 15, International Day of Families, were not held this year in this local community.


BANJALUKA, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Višković, FBiH Prime Minister Fadil Novalić and secretary-general of “Elektroprenos BiH” Matan Žarić agreed today in Doboj to unblock the company and agreed an investment implementation plan for the coming period.

SARAJEVO, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - The House of Representatives of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly has adopted an amended and supplemented agenda which includes a resolution on respect for victims of the Ustashe regime sponsored by MPs Damir Arnaut, Predrag Kojović, Aida Baručija and Mirjana Marinković Lepić.

SARAJEVO, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Head of the Serbian Caucus in the House of Representatives of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly Nenad Stevandić has said that there are several problematic issues in a proposed resolution on respect for victims of the Ustashe regime and that making a decision quickly is questionable.

SARAJEVO, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Head of the HDZ BiH Caucus in the House of Representatives of the BiH Parliamentary Assembly Nikola Lovrinović has said that the time has come for the BiH Constitutional Court to be composed of citizens of BiH, that the Constitution enables it and that this should have been done five years after the signing of the Dayton Agreement.

SARAJEVO, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Brigadier General Ernő Baráth took over today as Eufor chief of staff from Brigadier General László Szabó at a ceremony at Butmir base in Sarajevo.


SARAJEVO, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Health monitoring of passengers at borders proved to be one of the strongest anti-epidemic measures which to a large degree contributed to curbing the spread of the coronavirus in BiH, said director of the Federal Inspection Administration Anis Ajdinović.


BELGRADE, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić said at an extraordinary online meeting between prime ministers of the Central European Initiative that he expects His Grace Bishop of Budim and Nikšić and seven priests of the Serbian Orthodox Church /SOC/ to be released from jail in Montenegro as soon as possible.


NIKŠIĆ, MAY 15 /SRNA/ - The Eparchy of Budim and Nikšić of the Serbian Orthodox Church asked that His Grace Bishop of Budim and Nikšić Joanikije and seven priests be released from jail urgently and vehemently protested with the state authorities against the aggression and violence against that Eparchy of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro. /end/sg