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SRNA REVIEW OF DAILY NEWS, April 25, 1996
Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory
From: Mirjana Petrovic <email@example.com>SARAJEVO - The RS premier, Rajko Kasagic, received a Japan delegation headed by the Japan Foreign Ministry representative for eastern and central Europe Takeshy Jagi. "Japan will give money to RS for the reconstruction, leaving it to decide where to invest them", said Kasagic.
BANJALUKA - The president of the RS People's Radical Party "Nikola Pasic", Dubravko Prstojevic, stated that forcible Muslim attempts to enter the RS territory represent the violation of the Dayton agreement and that instigate the renewal of fighting.
NOVI SAD - AllSerb People's Movement of Novi Sad expressed discontent with "ignoramus position of official media in Serbia towards the suffering of the Serbs in Srpska and the Republic of Srpska Krajina". "Over 150,000 Serbs were expelled from Serb Sarajevo and no information was broadcasted", said a communique.
BANJALUKA - Soldiers of the Second Semberija Brigade, Stanko Obrenovic and Rajo Simic, who were proclaimed missing in action after the fall of Mliniste, southwest of Sipovo, appeared two days ago in Bijeljina.
BANJALUKA - The president of the Organisation Board of the Second Congress of War Medicine in Banjaluka, Dr. Svetozar Radu lovic, expressed satisfaction because of the successful begin ning and a large number of experts participating this fourday meeting. "The main aim and task of the Congress are experts' efforts in all fields of medicine to exchange experiences and point out the heavy consequences and traumas which the war brings and leave behind regarding the organism and psyche, especially at children", stressed in the statement for SRNA Dr. Radulovic. He emphasised that the medical institutions in Banjaluka during the war provided health care for a large number of soldiers and civilians, and because of that this city is chosen as a place for organising this meeting.
BELGRADE - The president of the RS Serbian Radical Party, Nikola Poplasen, confirmed that this party will independently participate at the upcoming elections. He pointed out that Radi cals "will not join a coalition which aim is to destroy Srpska".
BELGRADE - The president of the Serbian Liberal Party, Nikola Milosevic, stated that the entrance of Croatia in the Council of Europe testifies about another great triumph of Croa tian diplomacy and at the same time about catastrophic defeat of Yugoslav foreign policy.
BRUSSELS - When an Israel missile killed 150 refugees in a UN camp no one of fighters for an united Europe, who attributed alleged massacres to the Serbs, reproach, said French philosopher Daniel Chifer.