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100 million euro from the EU enabled. Srebrenica happening again in Syria. High-ranked policemen arrested in Banja Luka.
With the International Monetary Fund stand-by arrangement being enabled, the talks with the World Bank had been enabled too and Bosnia will get 100 million euro from the European Commission, which have been frozen due to lack of reforms. This was confirmed to Dnevni avaz daily by Vjekoslav Bevanda, President of the Council of Ministers BiH.
Chairman of the Bosnian Presidency, Bakir Izetbegovic, recalled that Kofi Annan said in his report on Srebrenica said there had been mistakes. Izetbegovic said to the United Nations that the Srebrenician tragedy is being repeated in Syria.
Interior Ministry of Republika Srpska suspended Goran Guska, chief of Crim-police Oblicevo, and Sinisa Karanovic, inspector of Center for Public Security Banja Luka, due to their connections and cooperation with the previously arrested alleged criminals.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
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