Special call celebrating 20 years since foundation of Amateur Radio Union of Republic of Srpska - Savez radio-amatera Republike Srpske (SRRS)
Activity from multiple SRRS members from 1. may to 31. december of 2013.
Founded in 1993, SRRS is one of three amateur radio societies in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with activities from members based mostly in serbian entity of the country - Republic of Srpska. As being legaly recognised and confirmed as one of three totally equal amateur radio-societies from E7 (SRRS, ZRHB and ARABH), we try to raise awareness that representation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in IARU since 1992 untill today is not properly solved!
We took innitial efforts to form one joint Union of three major HAM organisations from E7 that could do this job in appropriate manner but untill today the work of reaching mutual agrrement led to no success, so only ARABH still remains as E7 representative in IARU although presentign only one part and not all of amateur radio communitiy from Bosnia and Herzegovina, and none of Republic of Srpska. We hope this injustice will be solved in the future, as all HAMs from Bosnia and Herzegovina have right to be equaly presented!
However, after 20 years that makes us just as more reasoned to continue our activity on Air and to make stronger organisation from within connecting all regions of Srpska with seven regional VHF repeaters, ten regional clubs, more than 400 active members, with "ready to go" HF/VHF regional Emergency radio-net, and two well received traditional contests also on HF and VHF. As being approved as the organisation of public interest for Srpska entity, and therefore helped by public funds, we continue on the way to remain recognised as strong and active amateur radio society in the region.
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