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SRNA REVIEW OF EVENING NEWS, April 6, 1996
Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory
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SARAJEVO - The president of the Republika Srpska (RS) Com mission for POW Exchange, Dragan Bulajic, handed over documenta tion on persons under suspicion and persons indicted for war crimes to Carl Bidt's representative, this evening in Pale. "By this act, the RS absolutely fulfilled its obligations from the Dayton agreement, so other than those under suspicion, there are no POWs in the RS prisons", stated Bulajic, adding that "there is no reason to doubt that anyone remains in RS prisons".
PARIS - The RS will be excluded from the next Conference of Donors for the Former B-h because of its refusal to release the remaining prisoners of war, stated the high representative of the international community Carl Bildt.
BEOGRAD - Humanitarian aid containing 25,800 kgs of food, sent by the Russian ministry for State of Emergency to the people of the Republika Srpska (RS) arrived today in Belgrade.
SARAJEVO - The RS president Radovan Karadzic received a delegation of SRNA, regarding its fourth anniversary and its Patron Saint, Annunciation of our Most Holy Lady Theodokos.
SARAJEVO - The RS Army Head Quarters congratulated the fourth anniversary to the Serbian Press Agency - SRNA - saying that "SRNA was during four years of war one of the synonym of struggle of the Serbian nation and an institution which helped that the truth about the war imposed on the Serbian people and their struggle be heard".
BEOGRAD - The Serbs from SremskoBaranjska Area are trans- ferring to Yugoslavia, taking with them their property, confirmed UNATES Command spokesman, Dac Caufman.
SARAJEVO - A grave containing the corpses of two Muslims killed by the Croats following the fall of Mrkonjic Grad was discovered today at the "Mezar" Muslim cemetery in Mrkonjic Grad. Public prosecutor Vitomir Soldat explained that five more corpses were found in the grave, but were not identified because no papers were not found on them.
SARAJEVO - The Muslim government in Sarajevo allegedly gathered new evidence against colonel Aleksa Krsmanovic, reports the German "Deutche Wele". "It was announced in Sarajevo that new evidence against colonel Krsmanovic will be sent to the Hague, and if the tribunal finds the Serb colonel is not guilty he will be released then", writes the paper.
LONDON - Reporters from Former Yugoslavia have been since the very first beginning of the crisis antiSerbian oriented, and their entire work was managed from comfortable chairs in State Department, assessed former UNPROFOR spokesman, Chris Gunnes, for BBC. "I think there were a lot of failures in reporting. Journal ist did not succeed to complete their view of the complexity of the situation, and at the beginning of the war it was decided that the Serbs are bad guys and the Muslims and Croats victims", explained Gunnes.