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SRNA REVIEW OF DAILY NEWS, April 15, 1996
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BELGRADE - The RS vicepresident Nikola Koljevic stated that Muslim refugees can not return to Srpska until places for Serb refugees from central Bosnia and Sarajevo are found. In an inter view given Nasa Borba, Koljevic assessed hints that Muslim refu gees will return to Srpska as "a form of political fight which will be accompanied with terroristic actions".
BELGRADE - The RS Deputy Interior Minister Milenko Karisik accused IFOR of taking over civilian aspects of the Dayton agree ment and erasing the legitimacy of Serb police. "It is the freedom of movement that worries us. They want us not to control the flow of goods, people and vehicles in the depth of our terri tory", said Karisik in an statement given Nasa Borba. According to him, if Serb police does not conduct its duties, than IFOR directly stimulates the smuggling of drugs and arms and enables certain forms of terroristic actions.
BERLIN - The Junge Welt writes in the last issue that "West's aggression, started by NATO air strikes, continues by the socalled Hague Tribunal and its alleged experts in Srebrenica". "What found those who are talking about the socalled mass graves in Srebrenica", wanders a journalist of the paper.
LONDON - NATO launched a quiet campaign of persuading Ameri can public and the Congress that it should stay in the former B-H after December, 1996, when its mandate expires, say wellinformed British military sources. The main reason for the extension of NATO occupation of the former B-H is the wish of the American militaryindustrial leaders and Clinton's administration to pre- serve the unstable Croat/Muslim Federation.
BANJALUKA - The Commander of the NATO South Sector for Europe, George Joulwan, expressed great satisfaction with previ ous efforts and results of preserving peace in the former B-H. At a press held in Banjaluka, Joulwan stressed that the most impor tant thing in this moment is to fulfil civilian provisions of the Peace agreement.