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SRNA REVIEW OF DAILY NEWS, May 10, 1996
Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory
From: Mirjana Petrovic <firstname.lastname@example.org>BANJALUKA - The prime minister of Republika Srpska (RS) Rajko Kasagic talked in Banjaluka with the high representative for Former B-H, Carl Bildt, on economic aid for RS. Kasagic stated that they are in agreement that RS and B-H Federation must have equal treatment in economic aid which is essential for the reconstruction and development of RS.
BANJALUKA - The RS prime minister, Rajko Kasagic and IFOR commander admiral Leighton Smith, talked in Banjaluka about free dom of movement and the contribution of the multinational forces to the implementation of the civilian part of the Dayton agreement. "We discussed the ways to improve free traffic of people, goods and capital", stated KAsagic.
BANJALUKA - The UK minister for development Linda Chocker stated for Banjaluka's Radio that the 100 projectstrong pro- gramme of aid for reconstruction and development of RS will be known within a few days. Carl Bildt confirmed for the same Radio a statement of the IFOR Sector SouthWest commander general Michael Wolker that the Banjaluka airport will be opened for civilian traffic.
SARAJEVO - Minister for displaced persons and refugees, Ljubisa Vladusic talked in Pale with the UNHCR chief Sadako Ogata on accommodation and life conditions of refugees in RS. At the meeting they referred to freedom of movement and the function of the Joint Commission for Property. They also agreed that 10 principles supplementing the Annex 7 of the Dayton agreement be signed at UNHCR-sponsored meeting convened for May 13 in Geneva.
PRIJEDOR - The Prijedor mayor, Milomir Stakic and high representative Carl Bildt, last night discussed implementation of civilians aspects of the Dayton agreement. They agreed to deal with the problem of freedom of movement at governments level.
CLEVELAND - Following a series of futile attempts to revive unitary Bosnia, the international community played on a card of instigating regional and political divisions inside RS, aimed at strengthening streams supporting the "Dayton Bosnia", say western agencies. Western analysts claim that international community's plans to separate Banjaluka from the other parts of RS are mostly compatible with Tudjman's map of division of the former B-H, according to which the Banjaluka region would belong to Croatia, and its eastern part to Serbia and Monte Negro. Five internation al organisations opened their offices in Banjaluka thus far.
SARAJEVO - By May 1, the Working Group for missing persons in RS and B-H Federation, founded by the ICRC, has succeeded to solve cases of about 100 persons officially listed as missing. In an ICRC announcement, made available to SRNA, the necessity of an official demand to be sent by relatives of the missing persons to the ICRC, was stated at the group's May 7 meeting held in Sarajevo.
MOSTAR - The Muslim Police in Ilidza expelled four Croat and several Serb families to territory of HerzegBosnia, i.e. RS, reports Croat Radio HerzegBosnia, in Mostar. The president of the CroatMuslim Federation, Kresimir Zubak yesterday received representatives of the Croats from the community of Doglodi, in the Ilidza municipality, who informed him of "torture being carried out by Muslim Police against the Croats and Serbs" .
BEOGRAD - The Yugoslav Army Command decided to cede the bringing of a final decision on fate of three officers of former Yugoslav Peoples' Army - whose extradition is requested by the Hague Tribunal - to the political leadership, but also to start preparations for their turn over, reports Belgrade's Radio "B 92" last night, citing sources close to Yugoslav Army.
BELGRADE - The chief of cabinet of the Yugoslav Army (VJ) HQ, Slavisa Borovic stated that "for now, there is no mention of arrest and delivery of three officers of the former Yugoslav Peoples Army to the Hague Tribunal". We know what John Cronblum and Slobodan Milosevic discussed behind the doors, and what decisions were made", stated Borovic for "Dnevni Telegraf".
BIJELJINA - Out of near 50,000 refugees accommodated in the Semberija area, them 10,000 are not accommodated adequately, stated Bijeljina mayor, Dragomir Ljubojevic.
BERLIN - The German paper "Junge Welt" considers that the return of the Yugoslav crisis, this time in the Kossovo is a logic consequence of wrong policy of the Serbian president Slobo dan Milosevic. "Now it appears completely clear that Milosevic, unlike other national leaders, took care only of his own power and that of his political party. He succeeded to stay in power, but as the national policy is concerned he completely failed", writes the German paper.