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SRNA REVIEW OF EVENING NEWS, MAY 20, 1996
Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory
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SARAJEVO - At the fourth extraordinary session of the RS National Assembly, the overwhelming opinion was that, if the pressure from the international community upon the RS leadership continues, a referendum will be organised, learns SRNA from sources close to the stat leadership. A source close to the RS Government, desiring to remain anonymous, claim that in such a case, a referendum will be organised "very soon".
BANJALUKA - The RS premier Gojko Klickovic stated in Banja luka that the RS Government will, according to the RS Constitu tion, be at disposal of the RS National Assembly and its people, in order to implement the global policy primarily aimed at strengthening of the RS state functions. In a statement for SRNA, Klickovic stressed that, unlike his predecessor, he will firmly insist "the reciprocity in fulfilling all obligations and carrying out all rights deriving from the Dayton agreement".
KOZARSKA DUBICA - In Donja Gradina, the largest gallows... of the Jasenovac concentration camp, a requiem was held for the victims of the Ustashe genocide, and the 51st anniversary of the prisoners' breach off the Jasenovac heal. The ceremony was at tended by residents of the neighbouring communities, survivals from the camp, descendants of the victims, representatives of the Jewish communities from Serbia and representatives of the Romes.
BANJALUKA - Regarding the death of general Djordje Djukic, the RS premier Gojko Klickovic, sent a telegram of condolence to family and the RS Army HQ.
HAMBURG - The leading German papers transmitted news that the RS National Assembly dismissed Rajko Kasagic from his posi tion of prime minister, assessing that the RS president remained the ruler of situation. Thereby, the whole "case Kasagic", as far as the German press is concerned, is put "ad acta".
MOSCOW - Information of transferring some authorisation from the RS president Radovan Karadzic to the RS vicepresident Bilja- na Plavsic were received with a full attention in Moscow, but there is still no official reaction.
PRISITINA - In the Orthodox church "Sveti Sava" in Kosovska Mitrovca, the 100 anniversary of this church was marked. In the name of His Holines Patriarch of the Serbs, Pavle, the holy liturgy was served by Metropolitan Dabrobosanski, His Eminence Nikolaj.
THESALONIKI - Representatives of the Serbian Orthodox Church and a representative of RS from Thesaloniki, Vlado Radunovic, decorated the Thesaloniki, Poligir, Ser and Katerina dioceses with "Sveti Sava" Decoration, for aid it has been sending to the Serbian people throughout the fouryear war in the former B-H.
STOLAC - The Croatian defence minister, Gojko Susak, stated at a tribune in Stolac that, this city belongs to the Croats, and threatened that, if it necessary, an unitary Croatian army will defend it. Susak also stated that this city "has an equal treat ment as Cakovec in Croatia has", and that "it will be defended in the same way Zagreb will be defended", thus acknowledging that he regards this city in the Croatian Republic of HerzegBosnia as the old Croat territory.