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SRNA REVIEW OF DAILY NEWS, May 21, 1996
Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory
From: Mirjana Petrovic <firstname.lastname@example.org>SARAJEVO - The Government of Republika Srpska (RS) is in session today in Pale, dealing with a method of the Government's work and protocol in contacts with representatives of the inter national community and the CroatMuslim Federation. The govern- ment will also discuss its position about the agenda of May 22 meeting of the Provisional Commission for the Implementation of the Dayton Agreement.
SARAJEVO - The RS government, RS Economic Council and the Agency for Privatisation met today in Pale to discuss the Draft of Law on Companies Privatisation, done by the Bijeljinabased Direction for Companies Privatisation. The vicepresident of the Government, Milomir Draganic, was attending the meeting, at which some suggestions to the Draft were placed, most of which concern ing a fair valorisation of participation in the patriotic war.
SARAJEVO - The RS minister of commerce, Spasoje Albijanic, talked with a representative of the Czech Embassy for the polit ical issues in the former B-H, Martin Klepetko, on moving pro duction capacities in RS into function. In a statement, given after the meeting, Albijanic explained that he informed the Czech diplomat on the current conditions of the economic resources and industrial capacities in RS.
BRCKO - The first incident between the Serb police and IFOR happened today in Brcko. Thanks calmness of the Serb Police Spe cial Brigade, it ended in a verbal conflict. The incident took place at IFOR check point, near the Municipal building in Brcko, when IFOR stopped a vehicle with 20 Serb policemen, born in 1976 and 1977. U.S. soldiers surrounded the vehicle and took away personal arms from policemen, as was explicitly ordered by IFOR Sector SouthWest commander, William Nesh.
CLEVELAND - Clinton's administration was firmly convinced that the KaradzicKasagic conflict will result in RS divided into its eastern and western parts. Disappointed U.S. officials, who counted on Slobodan Milosevic's help, will continue with their efforts to remove the RS president, in which NATO involve ment should not be totally excluded.
LONDON - British commentators and observers assess that the Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic "wrote off" the RS president Radovan Karadzic "too early", who announced on May 18 that some of his duties will be transferred to his assistants. "Daily Telegaf" concludes that the Belgrade's daily "Politika" under a direct Milosevic's control, mixed "wishes and realities", pub lishing a title "Karadzic Is Away".
SARAJEVO - The UN spokesman Aleksander Ivanko, stated in Pale that the Serb Police was right to arrest seven Muslim ter rorists in the vicinity of Zvornik, because the terrorists were carrying arms, and were cough 20 kms deep in the Serb territory. Ivanko said that the Muslim terrorists were visited by the UN and ICRC teams, which had no any objection to their treatment in the Bijeljina Prison, where they are being held under an investiga tion.
BANJALUKA - Claims that I am a man though whose help the RS should be divided, and coup d'etat carried out, and president Karadzic attacked, are wrong, stated the former RS prime minister Rajko Kasagic. He stressed that "the survival of the RS is the result of the struggle of the Serbian people in which president Karadzic and I have been in agreement, while some differences over internal affairs did not significantly affect the implemen tation of the Dayton agreement".
BEOGRAD - We will recognise only those indictments with the Hague Tribunal behind them, but not the Croatian state, stated UNTAES spokesman Juri Cizik, assessing as being justified the disagreement of the leadership of Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Srem with the Law on amnesty bought by the Croatian Assembly.
BEOGRAD - The UNTAES spokesman, Juri Cizik, confirmed that after five years, telecommunications were resumed between East ern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Srem and the Republic of Croa tia.