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From: Mirjana Petrovic <>

SARAJEVO - The RS National Assembly president Momcilo Kra jisnik talked in Pale with the deputy high representative of the international community Michael Steiner about the implementation of the Dayton agreement. "We did not receive answers to our questions that we raised in the past, while the other side in sists on certain problems", pointed out the RS vicepremier Velibor Ostojic who also attended the meeting. According to him, the assembly president "made it clear to Steiner that we want cooperation but in a way in which we are equally treated, with the respect of all RS institutions".

GENEVA - Presidents of Serbia and Croatia Slobodan Milosevic and Franjo Tudjman and the leader of Bosnian Muslims Alija Izet begovic assured U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher and the Contact Group at a meeting in Geneva that the Dayton agree ment will be implemented. According to a circles close to the Geneva conference, they obliged themselves that they will do everything in order to create conditions needed for elections.

DOBOJ - A group of 80 Muslims from Tesanj crossed the pon toon bridge in Sevarlije, near Doboj and entered the RS territory and visited a Muslim cemetery in Gornji Pridjel. This visit was realised in accordance with an agreement on group visits and crossing of borders between Srpska and the Croat/Muslim Federa tion, which was reached two days ago at a meeting of regional civil commissions in an IFOR base near Doboj.

DOBOJ - The group of 80 Muslims visited a Doboj village of Pridjel but because they did not respect an agreement to move in smaller groups, Serb civilians prevented the group from visiting Sevarlije and Potocani, stated for SRNA the spokesman of the NordicPoland IFOR Brigade major Arthur Golavsky. "It was agreed that the Muslims visit these two villages in smaller groups, but they did not respect the agreement", said Golavsky adding that "the Muslims first visited the cemetery near Pridjel and than the village itself, after which they wanted to go to Sevarlije and Potocani, which the Serbs understood as a provocation".

TILBURG - The Serbian Information and Cultural Center in Holland sent a letter of support to presidents of Srpska and the Srpska Krajina Radovan Karadzic and Milan Martic and the RS Army HQ commander general Ratko Mladic, which says that "no one has right to bring or replace political and military leaders to a people".

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