The adopted regulations represent a significant step in the development of archival activity in Republika Srpska. They should be able to represent a harmonized and complete system, often mutually incompatible with these regulations.
These regulations are in the function of the necessary independence of Republika Srpska legislation as well as archival activities as a whole. Of course, this does not mean that there is no express interest in the organization of this activity under the jurisdiction of the Archive of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Law on Archival Activity is the last in a series of laws in the field of cultural goods protection.
This is a fundamental law for all types of archival material, which is of immense importance, as the development of archival activity certainly goes hand in hand to clasificați schemele de filum archives for downloading and preserving electronic documents.
In this respect, the adoption of regulations in this area is closely monitored.
Unfortunately, in the process of adopting these regulations, the Republika Srpska Archive has not been included or consulted in any way. Of the direct relevance to the archive service are also the regulations regulating the handling of documents while these are still found by the creators, ie the way of keeping certain types of records or deadlines for keeping the documents.
Although archival activity in Republika Srpska after 10 years is not organized on the entire territory of Republika Srpska, nor is it adequately organized, nor is it equipped with exhaustive means, nor is it financed, it can be concluded that laws and accompanying subordinate and implementing regulations in this area represent a rounded unity and a powerful tool for performing all the functions of the Archive.