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Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory - Previous Article

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SARAJEVO - The president of the RS National Assembly Momcilo Krajisnik talked at Pale with the IFOR's commander U.S. admiral Leighton Smith about freedom of movement, opening the airport at Banjaluka for commercial flights, cooperation with Hague Tribunal and about recent incident at Dobrinja. After the meeting, Krajis nik expressed the conviction that all problems should be solved by talks, while noting that contacts with IFOR are very useful. While talking about achievements in the implementations of the Dayton Accord, the U.S. admiral said that its military part is well done, while its civilian part is going slowly because of, as he said, a great number of problems.

SARAJEVO - The president of National Assembly of the Repub lika Srpska Momcilo Krajisnik talked at Pale with the chief of the OSCE mission for the former B&H Robert Frowick about coming elections in RS and CroatianMoslem Federation."We had a con- structive talks, while we exchanged information and solved numer ous matters", stated Krajisnik after the meeting. Frowick stressed that the talks, where the administrative preparations for elections were discussed, were very good and constructive and they followed the recent decisions from the meeting in Geneva.

SARAJEVO - The RS Prime Minister Gojko Klickovic and the Minister of the Foreign Affairs Aleksa Buha talked at Pale with the Special UN General Secretary Envoy for the former Yugoslavia Igbal Riza about approaching conference in Florence on June 13 and 14, and about elections in September in the former B&H. "Riza suggested to talk about what will happen after elections in RS and CroatianMoslem Federation and IFOR's departure from the former B&H. We think that UN has to give its opinion about that", stated minister Buha after the meeting.

SARAJEVO - The RS Prime Minister Gojko Klickovic stated that the talks with the EU Chairman Alberto Dini and the president of the Europian Commision Jacques Santer at Sarajevo were related to the preparations for the conference in the Florence on June 13 and 14, as well as the coming elections in September. "In the talks is confirmed that the international community will not give up from conducting the elections in September, i.e. September 14, in accordance with the Dayton Accord", highlighted Klickovic after the meeting.

MOSCOW - The RS leadership thinks that the Russian president Boris Yeltsin is on the right way which brings the process of democratisation and state renaissance of the Russian Federation, which contributes to the further deepening of the cooperation between these two countries. This information, according to RS Minister of Foreign Affairs was transmitted by all Moscow media, which emphasised that Srpska will support Boris Yeltsin on the coming presidential elections.

ATHENS - About 1,500 primary school children from RS, Repub lika Srpska Krajina /RSK/ and Serbia, which spent six months at school in Greece, finished the school year. Children from Derven ta, Samac, Vojkovici, Pale, Banjaluka, the refugees from the Knin Krajina, as well as the children from Vukovar, Belgrade, Arand jelovac, Pancevo, Zrenjanin, Podgorica and other places from the former Yugoslavia performed on that occasion a rich folklore programme in Serbian language.

BANJALUKA - At Banjaluka, about 15,000 citizens of this city gave support to the RS president Radovan Karadzic and general Ratko Mladic, at the meeting called "For the freedom of RS". The meeting was organised by the Municipal Board of the Serbian Radical Party.

BELGRADE - The Municipal Board of the Serbian Democratic Party of Mostar, at the constitutional session, held at Bileca, in the name of the people from the Neretva valley send unreserved support to the president Radovan Karadzic and the general Ratko Mladic.

SRBAC - The members of the Party of the Independent Social democrats started with the gathering of the signatures of citi zens which they intend, together with the request of the politi cal disqualification of Alija Izetbegovic and Ejup Ganic, to forward to the responsible authorities of the international community. The members of the party accused Izetbegovic and Ganic that they at the beginning of 1992 initiated and stirred the civil war in the former B&H, and that they are still doing the same after the Dayton Agreement.

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