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SARAJEVO - The president of the Republika Srpska (RS) Na tional Assembly Momcilo Krajisnik and RS foreign minister Aleksa Buha talked in Pale with high representative's advisor Bertrand de Lapresle on the upcoming arbitrage over the Brcko area, freedom of movement and reduction of military effective. Minister Buha stated that the arbitrage cannot be carried out without a subject, which is not defined yet, for the Serb and CroatMuslim sides could not have reached an agreement on the matter yet.

SARAJEVO - The president of the Hague Tribunal Anthonio Cassesse threatened in Sarajevo to pledge for the reimposition of the sanctions against RS because it refuses to deliver its presi dent Karadzic and RA Army commander general Mladic to the Tribu nal.

SARAJEVO - The high representative of the international community for the former B-H Carl Bildt stated in Sarajevo that one should be "cautious" about the reimposition of the sanctions against RS, reports AFP. Seeing the sanctions as a "strong instrument", Bildt explained that such an option could be consid ered only in case of failure of the Dayton agreement. "If I see that we are facing an inevitable collapse of the peace process, due to some more serious or deliberate nonobservance of the agreement, we will have that strong instrument - sanctions - at our disposal"

WASHINGTON - The U.S. State Department spokesman Nicholas Burns stated that the U.S.A. will not support the Hague Tribunal demands for reimposition of the sanctions against RS due its rejection to deliver president Radovan Karadzic and general Ratko Mladic. "It is too early for such as decision, for this is not a way to achieve that we want to achieve", explained Burns.

SARAJEVO - The UN expressed their concern about lawlessness in the Sarajevo suburbs which the Serbs handed over to the Croat Muslim administration three months ago in compliance to the Daytona agreement. According to IPTF, since parts of Serb Saraje vo came under the authority of the MuslimCroat Federation, tens of Serbs have been beaten, mistreated and expelled on a daily basis.

ZAGREB - The IFOR commander admiral Leighton Smith denied news from Pentagon that he offered his resignation. "I did not resign. I am at disposal of the U.S. president. The news about my future will be announced in Washington or Brussels, and it will be carried out by a competent person in an adequate form", stated admiral Smith after his meeting with Croatian president Franjo Tudjman.

BANJALUKA - The press conference held yesterday in Banjaluka by the deputy high representative Michael Steiner would not exceed the importance of an ordinary daily event were the deputy high representative not to state some scandalous things. Being asked by the Serb RadioTV journalist: "Why Carl Bildt does not cooperate with the RS vicepresident Biljana Plavsic who was empowered by the RS president Radovan Karadzic to contact with the international representatives", Stainer promptly stated that "we are obliged by the Dayton agreement to cease every communica tion with persons accused of war crimes". /end/

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