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SRNA REVIEW OF DAILY NEWS, May 24, 1996
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SARAJEVO - The president of the National Assembly of Repub lika Srpska (RS) Momcilo Krajisnik and the RS foreign minister Aleksa Buha talked in Pale with deputy high representative of the international community Michael Steiner on the further implemen tation of the Dayton agreement. "Among other things, we had regular consultations on the socalled post-Dayton prisoners". The CroatMuslim Federation sent us its list of prisoners, and RS made its list. Now we should verify those two lists and agree on further exchanges", stated minister Buha.
BANJALUKA - The RS prime minister Gojko Klickovic talked with top officers with the RS Army HQ on activities and organisa tion of army under terms of peace and possible problems. "The present standard of officers and soldiers and the Government's obligations were emphasised at the meeting. Thee Headquarters is interested in resolving the status of families of killed soldiers and disabled veterans", stated the RS prime minister.
SARAJEVO - The RS ministers of finance and industry Novak Kondic and Milorad Skoko talked in Pale with the World Bank director for Eastern Europe, Christine Walsh and the World Bank Sarajevo Office director Rori O'Sullivan, on the previous and future cooperation between RS and the World Bank. They consid ered ways of implementation of certain programmes and of steps RS should make to get funds from the World Bank.
CLEVELAND - Clinton's administration assessed a proposal made by Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic and the VRS command er general Ratko Mladic remain in their functions, but without appearing in public, as unacceptable for Washington. But, western diplomats say that following their meeting with Serbia's presi dent Slobodan Milosevic, the US representative in the former B-H John Cornblum and EU representative in the former bh Carl Bildt, however privately stated that "there are small chances that the West cold get anything more than offered by Milosevic".
VUKOVAR - The officials of Vukovar Municipality adopted, at their yesterday's extraordinary session, a concept proposal on the special status of the Serbian District of Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Srem integrated into Croatia. As Radio Vukovar reports, the special status of the District calls for a "multiethnic and multicultural community within the Croatian state, with an especial right on independent bringing of regula tions, which presumes the District parliament and government, and a right on regional citizenship and personal documents.
MOSTAR - The EU administrator for Mostar, Rikardo Peres Kasado stated that the elections for this city planned for May 31 will be postponed for second half July, explaining that the decision on postponement of elections was made following a series of meetings with both Muslim and Croat side.
BANJALUKA - The British prime minister John Major arrived in Banjaluka, where will visit British soldiers deployed in the former B-H as a part of IFOR. Upon his arrival John Major talked with British Division commander general Michael Jackson. Major is to visit British soldiers in Sipovo, and meet with Bosnian Mus lims leader Alija Izetbegovic.