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Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory

From: Mirjana Petrovic <>

LONDON - The RS National Assembly president, Momcilo Krajis nik, stated that the most important thing is that the upcoming elections in the former B-H not be guided and that rules which will be established by Srpska be observed. "Accusations of the OSCE chief of mission, Robert Frowick, that president Karadzic and general Mladic undermine the project of free elections, are harmful, because they are not doing that", said Krajisnik in an interview given BBC.

SARAJEVO - NATO assesses that warring sides in the former B- H will have difficulties with the return of soldiers to barracks, demobilisation of reservists and putting arms into storage and that all these tasks will not be finished by April 18. The IFOR spokesman, Simon Hayzlok, stated that this activity represents the last phase of the realisation of the military part of the Dayton agreement, which started on December 20, 1996.

ZAGREB - Former member of the former B-H presidency, Muslim politician, Fikret Abdic, announced that he with his newlycreat- ed political party Democratic People's Union will candidate at the upcoming elections as a direct Izetbegovic's rival.

SARAJEVO - The Muslims will do everything to create an Islamic state, but our massage is clear - there is no B-H without an agreement of all three nation who live here, warned the presi dent of the HercegBosnia Parliament, Ivan Bender. He also said that "there is no the Croat/Muslim Federation without an agree ment between Croats and Muslims".

ZAGREB - Zagreb's paper Vjesnik warned that Silajdzic's party is only a new exhibitor of the policy of the Muslim leader Alija Izetbegovic. "Regardless Silajdzic's claim that he counts on votes of democratic Muslim forces in the former B-H as well as on votes of Serbs and Croats who do not want to divide B-H, it is obvious that his party represents alternative to the Party of Democratic Action", said the paper.

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