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SRNA REVIEW OF DAILY NEWS, March 28, 1996
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TESLIC - A rally of support for the president of Republika Srpska, Radovan Karadzic, and general Ratko Mladic, will be held in Teslic tomorrow at 12:00 hrs. It is expected that Veselin Djuretic, Miroljub Jeftic, and Mirko Jovic, the president of the Serbian People's Renewal, will participate at the rally.
BRCKO - A bridge on the Sava River near Brcko, connecting Republika Srpska and Croatia, was officially opened for traffic today at 15 past noon, reports SRNA's correspondent from the scene. The opening was attended by Brcko Executive Board presi dent Radoslav Bogicevic and the SDS Municipal Board president Simo Kojic. Present at the official opening and representing Croatia was the mayor of Gunja - Croatian town across the river - Josip Glisic, while IFOR was represented by the NorthEast sector American commander's advisor, Felix Vargas.
BANJALUKA - The president of the High Military Court in Banjaluka, Nikola Tomasevic, stated that the judgment in the case of Ivan Tomasevic /26/ from the village Bosanska Bijela, near Brcko, will be read tomorrow. After days of investigation and the presentation of evidence by numerous witnesses, the defence and prosecution gave their closing remarks today in this case of alleged war crimes. In his concluding remarks, the prosecutor asked for the death penalty for the accused, Ivan Stjepanovic.
SARAJEVO - Milana Hrvacevic, a translator of Serbian nation ality, and employed by the international police, had been arrest ed by the Muslims in Grbavica while that quarter was still part of RS.
ZVORNIK - The great number of refugees from Sarajevo, as well as the delay of the introduction of Serbian police into Kovacevici, Nezuk, Zaseok and Vitnica, had worsened the political situation in Zvornik, stated Stevo Radic, the president of the Serbian Democratic Party municipal board.
ZVORNIK - There are about 11,000 Sarajevo refugees accommo dated in the Zvornik municipality.
WASHINGTON - US secretary of state Warren Christopher said he will send a letter of protest to Croatian president Franjo Tudjman because of Croatia's intention to bury the remains of its WWII soldiers in Jasenovac, location of the notorious Ustashe camp where 700,000 Serbs were butchered in the last world war. "If this happens, Jasenovac will become the first place in Europe where concentration camp victims will have to give up space to their executioners", said Christopher.
BERLIN - IFOR finds itself in an absurd situation and is forced to intervene where it hoped not to: the Croat/Muslim Federation, stated an anonymous NATO officer for the Berliner Zeitung. "Instead of the unhindered flow of goods and people inside the Federation, we find the Muslims, and particularly Croats, setting up new check points", he said.
BELGRADE - The president of the Serbian Radical Party, Vojislav Seselj, sent, as he put it, "friendly advice" to the USA and other countries who have soldiers in the former B-H, to leave this country as soon as possible. At a press conference in Bel grade, Seselj said that "big powers want Bosnia to be an united state, but the internal situation shows that a common life be tween the Serbs, Croats and Muslims is not possible".