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Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory

From: Mirjana Petrovic <>

SARAJEVO - Upon a proposal of the Constitution Commission, the representatives of the National Assembly of the Republika Srpska (RS) adopted eight amendments to the RS Constitution. The RS president Radovan Karadzic suggested that "a studious documen tation be gathered to decide on RS Capital", and that the Consti tutional Commission should prepare materials for discussion on the capital of the RS, to be held at the first coming session.

SARAJEVO - The Bill on amnesty was, at today's session of the RS National Assembly, turned into the Draft, and as such will be publicly discussed altogether with all contentious issues, especially the one of amnesty of war deserters. The representa tives of the Assembly, adopted the law on temporary determination of customs for importation of vehicles from abroad. In this case the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the Republic of the Srpska Krajina are not considered as abroad.

SARAJEVO - The president of the RS National Assembly, Momci lo Krajisnik, is in meeting with deputy high representative of the international community, Michael Stainer, on release of the remaining POWs and amnesty.

SRBAC - It is still uncertain whether the release of the remaining Serbs from prisons in HerzegBosnia and Croatia - planned for today - will take place on a ferry between Srbac and Dvor. SRNA's correspondent reports that in afternoon hours only Serb representatives showed up at agreed place, while the ICRC sent its two teams.

THE HAGUE - The international Tribunal for War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia, proceeded with the investigation into indict ment brought against Croat general Ivica Rajic, known as Viktor Andric. The indictment against general Rajic was brought on August 13, 1995 because of violation of international law during the Croat attack at the Muslim village of Stupni do in October, 1993, on which occasion at last 16 civilians were killed, while the rest of residents were forced to flee their homes.

LONDON - The British soldiers, as part of the UN forces in the former B-H killed during 1993 much more Serb, Croat and Muslim soldiers, than the British government sources are ready to admit, says "Guadian". The paper transmits a statement of an anonymous British soldier, according to whom a figure of those killed exceeds 400, which is ten times more than a number offered by the UN and the British defence minister.

BRCKO - The representative of Carl Bildt for the realisation of the civilian part of the Dayton agreement, Erle Skarles, and four U.S. and European businessmen talked in Brcko with represen tatives of the district and the RS Government on economic recon struction of the city and the whole Posavina region. "Despite of the existing arbitrage and its outcome, the reconstruction of Brcko and the whole area must start immediately", stated Skarles.

LONDON - The London "Daily Telegraph" warns at a possibility of outbreak of a new transatlantic conflict over the crisis in the Former B-H. At the annual meeting of the AngloAmerican group of diplomats, envoys, with the presence of the "Knigswinter" commentators, the question of the Former B-H overshadowed all attempts at defining the framework for the future of the European security after the cold war.

SARAJEVO - IFOR spokesman, David Baylby, stated that the military part of the mission in the former B-H was largely com peted, and that the confidence building and rebuilding of the country is the main task ahead. "This, second phase represents extremely important step in the rebuilding of confidence, bol stering of peace and reconstruction of Bosnia", concluded Baylby at a press conference, held in Pale.

MOSTAR - Former European administrator over Mostar, Hans Koshnik marked the end of his mandate by this morning's opening of a clinic in the Muslim part of the city, reports AFP.

HAMBURG - Over alleged tension in the GermanYugoslav rela- tions, following the meeting of the president of the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) Vuk Draskovic, with German ambassador Enver Schrembgens, speculations are being made in Germany by minority of conservative, but influential papers. The "Welt" claims that the working meeting between Draskovic and the German ambassador provoked a real flood of antiGerman propaganda in Serbian media with accusations of Schrembgens of working for the German intelligence.

LONDON - The Saudi ambassador to Britain, Gesi Algoseibi, threatened last night in London that "Rhyad will cancel the military and trade accords with Britain if the Government allows asylum for one of the leading Saudi dissident. At the British "Panorama" TV Station programme, Saudi ambassador warned the government in London that "Britain will lose millions of Dollars if it does not expel professor Mohamed al Masari", a bitter criticiser of the Saudi royal family.


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