press review 05 Oct 12

Serbia Press Review - October 5, 2012

Dodik: Republika Srpska Will Be Independent. Dulic caught with money in his car. Injustice to Prince Pavle is now corrected.

Belgrade

VECERNJE NOVOSTI

Milorad Dodik, President of Republika Srpska, said that the Bosnian entity is the only self-sustaining community in Bosnia and Herzegovina and will eventually emerge as an independent country.

KURIR

Oliver Dulic, former Serbian Minister for Environment and Spatial Planning, has been caught by Slovenian security service with tons of cash in his car.

BLIC

Serbian Patriarch Irinej served a liturgy on Thursday evening for Prince Pavle and Princess Olga and their princely son Nikola Karadjordjevic in the Cathedral Church in Belgrade, telling the gathering that the historical injustice to the prince, who was a great patriot, has now finally been corrected, after seven decades.

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