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Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory

From: Mirjana Petrovic <>

SARAJEVO - The RS National Assembly president, Momcilo Krajisnik, received in Pale the deputy high representative for civil affairs, Michael Steiner. Before the meeting, Steiner confirmed that the Muslim police entered Ilidza, but he reiterat ed that the international community is not responsible for the exodus, adding that the Serb population was evacuated due to "misinformation".

SARAJEVO - The Muslim police entered the Sarajevo suburb of Ilidza at 11:30 hrs.

SARAJEVO - A session of the Demarcation Commissions of Republika Srpska and B-H federation was held last night and no agreement was reached concerning the border corrections. "The Federation commission did not accept proposals of the RS commis sion about corrections of the borders in Posavina, on Mts. Majev ica and Trebevic, in Dobrinja, Praca and Popovo polje", said a communique issued by the State commission.

BELGRADE - The Australia Association of warriors of the Royal Yugoslav Army "Draza Mihajlovic" called upon the Serbs in the fatherland and the Diaspora to defend the Serbian honour, the president of the Republic of Srpska Radovan Karadzic, and the RS Army HQ commander, general Ratko Mladic. "Following the fierce military attacks on Srpska, powerful statesmen of America now want heads of Serbian leaders and charge them as war criminals, having intention to deliver them to their political court in the Hague", says a communique issued by the Association.

NOVI SAD - The interest of foreign and Yugoslav businessmen for economic cooperation with RS enterprises is huge following the suspension of the sanctions on the Drina River.

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