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SRNA REVIEW OF EVENING NEWS, March 20, 1996
Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory
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SARAJEVO - The president of the Republic of Srpska, Radovan Karadzic, the vicepresident, Biljana Plavsic, and the minister of the status of soldiers and victims of war, Vojislav Radiskov ic, received in Pale a delegation of wounded soldiers from the Borivoj Gnjatic hospital in Stari Slankamen.
SARAJEVO - The president of the National Assembly of Repub lika Srpska, Momcilo Krajisnik, talked today in Pale with the political adviser to the high representative Carl Bildt, Christ Geit, about the releasing of the remaining prisoners. The presi dent of the state commission for prisoner exchange, Dragan Bulaj ic, and a member of Bildt's team Murphy, participated at the meeting. After the meeting, Bulajic stated that the Serb side proposed again that all prisoners should be released simultane ously. A proposal of Bildt's representatives that the process of the releasing be conducted partially was rejected.
OBRENOVAC - The RS premier, Rajko Kasagic, expects that the reconstruction of devastated areas will take place in the second phase of the Dayton agreement.
SARAJEVO - All Serb police check points will be moved from exits of the socalled pink zones along the line of separation with the Croat/Muslim federation by the end of the week, learns SRNA. Moving of the check points will enable the complete freedom of movement between Srpska and B-H federation, which is guaran teed by the first article of the Dayton agreement. IFOR will control arms in the zone of separation, while the Serb police will patrol in the depth of its territory.
AMSTERDAM - The Dutch media assessed that a part of the Dayton agreement concerning the military operations was conducted successfully, but the change of the role of IFOR might take place.
DOBOJ - All those who do not conduct taken obligations on the releasing of war prisoners will be punished, stated the assistant high representative of the international community, Michael Steiner.
BRCKO - The UNHCR chief for Majevica, Semberija and Posavi na, Rosana Sam, visited Brcko where some 5,000 Sarajevo Serbs are being accommodated. Despite the official stance of the interna tional community that it will not aid the refugees from Sarajevo, Rosana announced a possibility of an extraordinary aid for the refugees in Brcko.
ROGATICA - A representative of the Pale UNHCR office, Stefa no Comazi, confirmed during his visit to the Rogatica ICRC that this organisation continues to deliver aid for refugees. Accord ing to him, the UNHCR is trying to coordinate the work of all nongovernment humanitarian organisations.
SARAJEVO - The Radio Deutsche Welle assessed that there is no joint life in the former B-H, because all three nations have different views of Bosnia's future.