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SRNA REVIEW OF DAILY NEWS, March 17, 1996
Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory
From: Mirjana Petrovic <firstname.lastname@example.org>
SARAJEVO - At today's meting in Pale, the president of the National Assembly of Republika of Srpska (RS), Momcilo Krajisnik, and the high representative of the international community, Carl Bildt, discussed the problems of POWs and missing persons and the security of the Serbs remaining in Sarajevo. The Muslim relation towards the issue of imprisoned and missing persons Momcilo Kra jisnik assessed as being "very problematic". Mr. Bildt expressed his concern for POWs, adding that this issue will be especially considered at Geneva and Moscow meetings.
SARAJEVO - The RS prime minister, Rajko Kasagic, talked today in Pale with deputy main prosecutor of the Hague Tribunal, Graham Blevit about ways of RS cooperation with the Hague Tribu nal. "The Hague Tribunal asks cooperation of the RS, suggesting to send a team of experts to the RS to interrogate witnesses of war crimes committed against the Serbs", stated the RS prim min ister.
TURIN - The Italian paper La Stampa issues a warning of the RS president Radovan Karadzic that "there is no place for Chris tians in Sarajevo", and that "this city will soon become the European Teheran". The Italian paper also publishes a statement of the admiral Leighton Smith that "the resolution of the problem of Sarajevo met a complete failure".
SARAJEVO - The exodus of the Serbs from Serb Sarajevo under mines the base of the Dayton agreement - the coexistence of three peoples in the Former B-H, assess Sunday Telegraph. Accord ing to the paper, Sarajevo is supposed to be the capital of the CroatMuslim Federation, but "both sides rather neglect this fact that they regard it".
HAMBURG - Commentators and analytics of the German press are all the more frank in their conclusion that the Muslims are firmly resolved to create an Islamic city of Sarajevo in the midst of Europe and that it is only a question of time when the Croat Sarajevans, following ethnical outvote in the City Assem bly, will leave Sarajevo. German papers says that "in spite all agreements on freedom of movement inside of the MuslimCroat federation and the return of refuges, all three parties are still seeking to create ethnically purges territories".
CLEVELAND - The Dayton multiethnic Bosnia has no future, and the NATO operation could be ended on a humiliating manner in December - warn western diplomats. "the highlight of the disman tlement of the multiethnic Bosnia was made last week when the Muslim authority kicked the Serb and the Croat representatives out from the new city administration, giving them only 47 seats in administration of Sarajevo", writes Washington Post.
PARIS - The U.S.A. did not succeed to persuade their Euroe pan partners to joint them in arming the Bosnian Muslims, con cluded Mond. Radio France International also reports on failure of the Ankara Conference, citing the U.S. state secretary Warren Christopher that "America will continue to arm the Muslims in Bosnia".
LONDON - The Muslim prime minister, Hasan Muratovic, asked from potential donors, assembled at the Ankara Conference, $ 16 billion for "the most urgent needs" of his government. As Bosnian sources claim, the Bosnian Muslims asked $ 1 billion worth military aid, they reportedly need to "parry the Serbs in long terms". However, they got only $ 100 million, mostly from the U.S.A, for no European country wanted to participate in the project.
BERLIN - America, in spite European opposition, decided to arm the Bosnian Muslims and sent inspectors to train their army, writes Morgen Post.
HAMBURG - The German conservative daily "Frankfutrn Alge maine Zeitung" under the title "B-H Between Iran And USA" at tempts to find an answer to a question why in the SarajevoTeher- anWashington triangle the relation have got even more complicat- ed? The paper reminds its readers that during the war Washington was silent about Sarajevo maintaining its relations with Teheran.
MOSTAR - About 200 Muslim refugees from Capljina, presently accommodated in the Muslimheld part of Mostar, are ready to attempt, for the third time, to enter the city. On their exit from Mostar, the Police of HerzegBosnia did not allow them access to the Croat territory, with an explanation that they are not guaranteed security there, while their subsequent announced said that "local authorities in Capljina do not want to see them."
SARAJEVO - At the joint check point at the S approach to Mo star, a group of Muslim civilians took to unknown direction several Croat civilians, reports Croat RadioHerZeg-Bosnia. The Radio says, citing police sources in Mostar, that the Muslims previously blocked the road for Mostar.
SKOPLJE - The president of the Former Yugoslavia Republic of Macedonia (BJRM), Kiro Gligorov, the BJRM prime minister Branko Crvenovski, and foreign minister, Ljubomir Frckovski, will re ceive the Italian foreign mistier Sussana Anieli tomorrow on occasion of her oneday formal visit to the BJRM. Mrs. Anieli promised to help the newlycreated state to easily enter European institutions.
SKOPLJE - The leader of the Democratic Party of Macedonia (DPM), Tomislav Stojanovski, sharply criticised the new structure of the Macedonian government, because of overly presence of Albanians from the Party of Democratic Prosperity. Stojanovski considers that "it is a consequence of the blackmails and trade detrimental for the Macedonians from the western part of the state, concretely from Tetovo, Gostivari, Kicevo, Debar and Struga, from where comes no minister or representative of the Macedonian nationality".