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SRNA REVIEW OF DAILY NEWS, JUNE 1, 1996

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From: Mirjana Petrovic <almirja@cotton.vislab.olemiss.edu>

SARAJEVO - Last night, the Muslims stoned vehicles passing by the LukavicaPale road, the section near the Vraca Memorial Complex, injuring a passenger. The Public Security Centre for Sarajevo announced that Predrag Vukmanovic, who got injuries to his head, immediately informed the international police of the incident. At the same time, the Muslims threw stones at a vehicle of the Serb Police from Novo Sarajevo, moving from Vraca towards Miljevici.

MOSCOW - The former chiefof-staff of UNPROFOR Sector Sa- rajevo, Andrey Demurenko considers that " Republika Srpska will unify with Serbia, and the CroatMuslim Federation with Croatia without a large-scale conflict". In an interview published yes terday in the Moscow' s paper "Kosmopolska Pravda", Demurenko say that "these unifications will not go without provocations and blood, but a major war is excluded because the international forces will not allow the opposing forces to advance their enmi ties".

LONDON - Widow of the wellknown US columnist and Serb friend David Martin, the author of the book Betrayed Ally, expressed her conviction that "the Serbs form the RS will honour the whole Serbiandom and prove no peace or democracy in the Balkans can be developed without them". At a tribune devoted to David Martin, Alfred Sherman, the former adviser of the former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, assessed that "the RS will terminate its mental and physical dependence on the ana tional regime in Serbia, and will turn the Serbs to the side of western democracies".

BEOGRAD - The UN spokesperson in Belgrade Susan Manuel as sessed as being premature conclusions that the Dayton agreement collapsed, but not denying numerous difficulties in way to its implementation. "The peace agreement has to take its time, for the problems are of such a nature that it is unrealistic to expect them to be resolved thus far", stated Manuel for "Nasa Borba".

SKOPLJE - Thee Albanian president Sali Berisha said the Albanian armed forces are ready to join NATO forces in the former B-H. Solana invited the Albanian defence minister Safet Zugali to attend NATO's 14 June meeting in Brussels, at which the number of soldiers and the exact date of their departure is to be finally agreed. SKOPLJE - The president of the Albanian Party of Democratic Prosperity Abdulrahamn Aljifi did not welcome a statement of Kiro Gligorov, the president of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Mace donia, that "the University in Tetovo was organised by a group of Albanian separatists". "It is not true, because the Tetovo Uni versity is supported by over 90 % Albanians in Macedonia", ex plained Aljifi, saying that it owns to a commitment for high levelled education of the Albanians in their native language".

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