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SRNA REVIEW OF EVENING NEWS, March 23, 1996
Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory
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SARAJEVO - The president of the National Assembly of the Republika Srpska (RS), Momcilo Krajisnik, talked in Pale with assistant high representative of the international community for the Former B-H, Michael Stainer, about problems arisen in the process of release of war prisoners. "A general agreement was reached on creation of joint civil commissions for region North East, to work under auspices of the Central Joint Commission", stated Stainer after the meeting, adding that through a direct dialogue, they will facilitate the implementation of the Geneva agreement. He said that the obligations deriving from the Geneva agreement are clear and all the parties must release prisoners of war, registered by the ICRC".
SARAJEVO - At today's meeting with the ICRC chief, Pierre Crenbil, the RS prime minister, Rajko Kasagic, discussed the release of the remaining POWs. Crenbil stated that all imprisoned persons had to be already released, under the Dayton agreement, but the deadline for their release, set by the Geneva agreement, expires today. "This task should be carried out as soon as possi ble, in order to get peace consoled and numerous questions set by relatives of those imprisoned answered", stated Crenbil, and added that due to some technical problems, the action will be ongoing in the next few days.
SARAJEVO - The RS Government brought a decision to sell 3,000 tonnes of oil - at price of 2,90 Dinars for litre - from the Republic supplies for farmers. The Government obligated the Ministry of Agriculture to determine the schedule for the pay ments of funds to the RS budget.
BANJALUKA - Goran Lajic have not been in Bosnia since the beginning of the war, so did not take part in any of war opera tions, stated his mother, following information that this young man was arrested and accused of war crimes committed in the Kereterm prisoners camp, near Prijedor on July, 1992.
BRCKO - Having the implementation of the Dayton agreement in Sarajevo "successfully" completed with the exodus of 140,000 Serbs and the issue of Sarajevo off the agenda, international mediators consider that the time is now to solve the problem of Brcko, according to the same recipe, says SRNA's commentary titled "Who Threatens With The Sarajevo Syndrome?"
ZURICH - The Swiss weekly magazine, "Welt Voche", published in its latest edition an interview with the professor of history at the Zurich University, Yurg Fish, who thinks that the estab lishment of the Hague Tribunal for Crimes Committed in Former Yugoslavia, is a "dangerous experiment". According to him, the Dayton agreement is in trouble, for mutual accusations of war crimes are increasing a tension in relations of all sides to the conflict in the Former B-H.
STOCKHOLM - The Swede daily paper "Dagens Niheter" assessed that the newest charges for war crimes, brought by the Hague Tribunal against three Muslims and a Croat, are "poor evidence" of its impartiality. The paper concludes that the Hague Tribunal did not bring criminal charges against Croatian politicians and officers responsible for mass crimes done during the Croatian offensives at Western Slavonia and the Kninska Krajina, despite the fact that all these crimes are documented.
AMSTERDAM - With their manipulations with the number of missing persons in the former Muslim enclave of Srebrenica, the Muslims and their allies are attempting to extract as much political power as possible, concludes Amsterdam' daily "Fender lander". While reminding its readers that numerous TV teams unsuccessfully endeavoured to find evidence for alleged Muslim mass graves, discovering only a few who knows how much old bones and clothes, the Amsterdam paper points out at illogicalness in the numbers issued by the Muslims.