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SRNA REVIEW OF EVENING NEWS, March 13, 1996

Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory

From: Mirjana Petrovic <almirja@cotton.vislab.olemiss.edu>

DOBOJ - The Finish IFOR Battalion was disallowed to inspect buildings of the Army of the Republic of Srpska (VRS) in the Derventa area, for this has not been previously agreed to by higher commands. The Finish Battalion is exclusively engineering unit and is responsible for inspection of roads in Derventa, which authorisations they exceeded by the attempt to inspect military buildings.

SRBINJE - The Centre for Social Work in Srbinje announced 253 families from Serb Sarajevo arrived in the region, but they consider the real number of refugees is far higher for all refu gees are not registered yet with this institution.

SARAJEVO - The Muslims prevented Croat police from one more attempt at introducing their forces into Ilidza, reports Croatian RadioHerzeg-Bosnia. Nine policemen from Kiseljak, led by their chief, Mladen Tol, entered ilidza wearing blue uniforms with the signs of federal police, as was announced. "Despite of Michael Steiner's order, we are on our way back to Kiseljak. If there is no federal police there can be no federation of B-H , either", stated Tol, adding that the Muslim police did not accept the Croat policemen as partners.

SARAJEVO - Deputy minister of internal affairs of the Feder ation of B-H, Jozo Leutar, confirmed that the Croat policemen will enter Ilidza municipality together with IFOR and interna tional police. According to Croatian Radio HerzegBosnia, Leutar stated that the federal minister of internal affairs, Avdo Hebib, forbade the Croat police entrance into Ilidza.

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