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BEOGRAD - The minister of foreign affairs of Republika Srpska (RS) Aleksa Buha, expressed his conviction the Agreement on regional stabilisation will be signed soon without any changes to the preamble of the Agreement, despite Muslim insisting.

SARAJEVO - The RS foreign minister Aleksa Buha stated that RS will respect all deadlines set by OSCE for the upcoming elections regardless Muslim intentions about the same. "We have in several occasions confirmed our readiness to participate at the elections in terms determined by OSCE, and we will insist in Florence that the deadlines are respected", stated Buha.

FLORENCE - Today and tomorrow, six months after the signing of the Dayton agreement, 45 countries and 15 international organ isation will discuss the situation in the former B-H at the Conference in Florence. They will discuss the general elections in the former B-h will be discussed, planned to be held by 14 September at latest, the influence of RS president Radovan Krad zic and the VRS commander general Ratko Mladic on the political situation in the form B-H, return of refugees, disarmament and reconstruction.

LONDON - The Serbs were on the right side in both world wars, as they were in this latest war, stated the RS vice president Biljana Plavsic for BCC Channel 4 in a special pro gramme devoted to the situation in the former B-H.

WASHINGTON - The U.S. president Bill Clinton stated last night in Washington that the White House will live up to the deadline for withdrawal of U.S. troops from the former B-H, reports Reuters. "I believe that IFOR can finish its mission within a year", stated Clinton at a joint press conference with EU leaders.

BERLIN - The German paper "Sighdeutche Zeitung" blames the Muslims for the failure of the Oslo negotiations on disarmament, for they consistently insisted that the RS cannot be an equal partner at the negotiations.

SARAJEVO - Bosnia is a country which is breakingup, but not a community which begins to reunification, stated Colum Marphy, the high representative Carl Bildt's spokesman. While accusing all three sides in the former B-H of this, Murphy stated that it will breakup "if the Dayton agreement is continued to be ne- glected".

SYDNEY - The Serbs in Australia now more than ever protest and condemn the Belgrade's regime which did all to ensure that the Serbian people remain one of the rare peoples in the world who did not resolve its national cause, or formed its national state, either. The believe to and give their unreserved support to the RS leadership. BRUSSELS - Defence ministers and chiefsof-staffs of armies of 16 countries NATO members met in the NATO base in Brussels to discus the peace process in the former B-H and the Alliance re form.

SARAJEVO - The Muslim authority in Sarajevo delivered Hazim Delic (31) and Esad Landzo, nickname Zenga (23) to the Hague Tribunal, under suspicious of committing war crimes against the Serbs in the Celebic prisoner camp, near Konjic.

SARAJEVO - The Croats and Muslims are close to arrival at an agreement on joint army, stated the defence minister of the CroatMuslim Federation, Vladimir Soljic. He confirmed that "the federal Assembly" will without delay adopt the Law on formation of the joint army, which is a condition set by the U.S.A. for arms deliveries.

DOBOJ - IFOR steppedup its presence on the Usora-Tesanj area because of tomorrow's Croat referendum about the formation of the Croatian Municipality of Usora.

SREMSKI KARLOVCI - Out of 71,000 Serbs living in Slovenia before its 1991 secession from former Yugoslavia, 20,000 left Slovenia in the last five years, 30,000 took Slovenian citizen ship, and the rest were registered as foreigners.

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