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BEOGRAD - Today's press in Belgrade publish an announcement from the meeting of the Yugoslav political leadership Zoran Lilic, Slobodan Milosevic and Momir Bulatovic with RS vicepresi- dents Nikola Koljevic and Biljana Plavsic. All daily papers transmitted the announcement in whole, pointing out Belgrade's warning to a part of the RS leadership at alleged obstruction of the Dayton agreement.

SARAJEVO - The Novo Sarajevo Municipal Board of the Serbian Democratic Party, decided to support the candidacy of the RS president Radovan Karadzic at the comingup elections.

BANJALUKA - The RS vicepresident Gojko Klickovic stated in Banjaluka that damage to the electric network which provoked the interruption in supplying of the Krajina and Posavina with elec tricity should be removed by July 15. "The RS government provid ed the resources, and received guarantees by the electric indus try and electrodistribution of RS that damage will be removed by July 15", stated the RS prime minister.

ZVORNIK - Th RS minister of interior Dragan Kijac, stated that the main task of the RS Police in the coming period is the creation of as favourable security situation as possible so as to have the qualitative holding of the elections.

ZURICH - The OSCE chair, the Swiss diplomat Flavio Cotti confirmed the term of the elections, which was determined in Day ton, even though conditions for the elections as viewed by many are not created. The commentator of the Zurich daily paper as sessed that the Cotti's decision was bought upon U.S. pressure made at the Florence meeting.

GENEVA - By setting September 14 as a day for the elections in RS and the CroatMuslim Federation, the OSCE chair Flavio Cotti bowed to pressures of Clinton's administration, is the overwhelming opinion in the Swiss media. American pressures pre vailed in the battle with Europe, which believes that adequate conditions have not been met yet.

AMSTERDAM - The Holland media and political organisations consider that the upcoming elections in the former B-H will not strengthen the country, while assessing that the same elements pushing for the elections are trying to influence the results of the elections, giving their support parties wishing to have a centralistic state with the dominant government in Sarajevo. In the Holland media, an open support to such as parties was of fered, especially in material aid, in several occasions.

STOCKHOLM - The upcoming local elections in Mostar and general elections in the former B-H will legalise the present divisions, is an unique estimation by Swede analysts. Wishing to help the Mostar elections and concept of the united Mostar, Sweden decided to give the most solemn hall in the country for refugees from Mostar to vote on June 30.

BEOGRAD - The president of the Democratic Party of Serbia Vojislav Kostuncia expressed his hope that a final decision on date and elections in the former B-H will contribute the normali sation of the situation in former Yugoslavia. Kostunica stated at the regular press conference that "the elections will in fact show the value of the peace agreement and if a new type of state conceived in Dayton is possible on the ground." /end/

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