The authorities in Republika Srpska, the mainly Serbian entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina, have continued to put pressure on opposition demonstrators protesting over the unsolved murder of David Dragicevic, while his father, Davor, remains missing since protesters clashed with police in Banja Luka on Sunday.
Several people were arrested in Banja Luka, the administrative centre of Bosnia's mainly Serb entity Republika Srpska, on Sunday night as thousands of protesters gathered again, in the latest in a series of demonstrations over the past several months over the unsolved death of 21-year-old David Dragicevic.
Brnabic also received the text of the document.
According to the government, she "expressed gratitude to all members of the group who took part in drafting the document and pointed out to the importance of transparency and inclusiveness of process of media strategy development."
She also thanked international institutions that were involved.
It is then that the detailed plan of Putin's visit, scheduled for January 17, will be known, the report added.
Citing "unofficial diplomatic sources," the newspaper states that representatives of the Russian president's protocol, media relations, as well as members of his security, will arrive here on January 12.
"I said nothing because I was informed that, on the order of the Prosecution, Mister (Davor) Dragicevic was to be brought in. I don't think that I, as a politician, should react," the chairman of the BiH Presidency said.
He added that what happened in Banja Luka's central square on Tuesday was not an arrest, but detention.
He should also take up one of the key roles in future negotiations between the two sides, Danas said it learned.
This newspaper referred to diplomatic sources in the West to report that "it has not yet been determined who will be the main US negotiator in the next stage of the negotiations, which should be final when it comes to resolving the Kosovo issue."
"I would not exclude this possibility. Of course, nobody will admit it, and everyone will deny it now, but yesterday and today in Banja Luka there was public talk about such units coming from Serbia to help Milorad Dodik. I know sources of information, but at this moment I would not speak directly about those sources," he told N1.