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SRNA REVIEW OF DAILY NEWS, June 2, 1996

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

GENEVA - The fivenation Contact Group met, in the U.S. diplomatic mission with the UN in Geneva, with presidents of Serbia Slobodan Milosevic, Croatia Franjo Tudjman and the leader of the Bosnian Muslim Alija Izetbegovic. The agenda of the meet ing, presided over the U.S. state secretary Warren Christopher, includes the implementation of the civilian part of the Dayton agreement. But in the course of preparations for the meeting, a campaign run by the U.S.A. and its allies put in the first plan the issue of eventual removal of the president of Republika Srpska (RS) Radovan Karadzic and the RS army commander general Ratko Mladic from the political life.

BANJALUKA - Identification of 35 bodies of killed Serb soldiers - exchanged for Muslim bodies, at the IFOR check point in Koprivina, near Sanski Most - will start in Banjaluka tomor row; 25 of the bodies were exhumed from the mass grave in Petro vac, while 10 are remains of Serb soldiers killed during October 1995 war operations on the Sanski Most front.

PARIS - The Greekborn French poet and philosopher, Dimitri Analis, sent an open letter to a Serb soldier, in which he praises his human qualities, revealing, at the same time, the aggressiveness and injustice of the powers he is faced to. L'age d'Homme, the publisher from Lausanne published Analis' letter, which, among other things, says: "Out of all challenges that a man can addresses to the world, liberty is the one most compre hensive. That is what the Serb soldier represent, the same sol dier who defends his country and his pride, which the West and East assault by the worst thing they have, stupidity".

BANJALUKA - The Independent Socialdemocrats (NSD) of RS called all RS citizens and political parties to demand the inter national community a political elimination of the Muslim leaders Alija Izetbegovic and Ejup Ganic. The NSD communique, says that the reason for the initiative for the removal of the two Muslim political leaders from the political stage rests with a fact that "they committed crimes against peace in the former B-H".

BANJALUKA - The Association of Expelled Serbs form Croatia warned today at all the more frequent illegal dislodgements of refugees in Banjaluka, being made due to pressures from the OSCE and the International Police, by which fundamental human rights and the terms of Annex 7 of the Dayton agreement are violated". /END/


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