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SARAJEVO - Republika Srpska (RS) foreign minister, Aleksa Buha denied an information that the RS leadership talked with the U.S. envoy John Kornblum about removing Radovan Karadzic out of the country. "There were no official talks with Mr. Kornblum and I categorically claim this what Reuters has attributed to me in its news item, I could not even spell out", said minister Buha in a statement for SRNA.

BELGRADE - RS can not hand out its citizens to the Hague Tribunal all until a special law is passed and the RS Constitu tion is changed, stated the RS minister of justice, Marko Arsovic upon his arrival from the Hague. He explained that "according to the Dayton agreement, such law could be passed only by the future joint Parliament with the CroatMuslim Federation following the September elections", saying that by that time the national law, explicitly forbidding the extradition, must be respected.

SARAJEVO - All refugees from RS and the CroatMuslim Federa- tion living abroad will vote on August 24 in their present states of living, stated the deputy head of OSCE in the former B-H and president of the Provisional Electoral Commission, Kenneth Scott.

TILBURG - The Serbian InformationCultural Centre in Hol- land, called upon all the Serbs from RS being resettled all over the world to vote at the September elections by coming to RS to vote, thus confirming the statehood and sovereignty of the Serbi an people West of the Drina. It also warns that voting in em bassies - representing only the CroatMuslim part of the former B - H - or in written (through forms) is detrimental, and such votes would be lost for RS.

VUKOVAR - The UNTAES chief for the Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Srem Districts, Jacques Clain, stated that he would like IFOR's mandate for the District prolonged to July, 1997, despite Croatia's wish to end the same in January 15. While commenting the Croatian request for the elections in the District to take place in December, Clain pointed out that this will not be possible all until an amnesty is granted to the Serbs accused by the Croatian authorities of rebelling. Reuters reminds us that the Croatian Parliament, pressured by the West, adopted on July an amnesty for 800 Serbs in the District, which is assessed as "inadequate measure" by Clain.

BANJALUKA - The first anniversary of the expulsion of the Serbs from the Republic of the Srpska Krajina (RSK) will be marked on August 4, in Banjaluka. The programme is expected to start at 10:00 hrs at the Holy Trinity Church by requiem to all fallen RSK Serbs.


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