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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 96-10-07

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From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at

OCT. 7, 1996 DAY


BANJALUKA - Republika Srpska (RS) president Biljana Plavsic, talked in Banjaluka with the chief of OSCE's mission in the Dayton B-H and chairman of the Provisional Electoral Commission, U.S. ambassador Robert Frowick. No official statement was given following the talks held behind doors.

SARAJEVO - RS foreign minister Aleksa Buha, talked in Pale with representatives of the British Embassy in Sarajevo. They talked behind closed doors, thus no official statement was made after the meeting; they probably discussed an improvement of bilateral relations between RS and Great Britain and continuing implementation of the Dayton agreement.

DOBOJ - The Swedish SRSA humanitarian organisation repaired several houses in the community of Makljenovac, near Doboj, in which 10 Croat families from the Federation of B-H moved, without any permission from RS authorities, reports the Doboj Police. By the UNHCR-approved illegal entrances into RS, other than the area of Stanica-Rijeka, the area of SW Doboj was occupied, as well.

PARIS - French 'journalists-satanisers', desirous of exciting the public, tried to present the non-arrival of Serb representatives at a constitutive session of the Representatives House of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Dayton B-H in Sarajevo as a "Serb boycott". However, the Liberation writes diplomats are for this time being refusing to dramatise the situation, characterising this Serbian act as an "unavoidable stumbling".

AMSTERDAM - While analysing methods establishing an unitary Bosnia, the Dutch daily "Volkeskrant" maintains that the West counts on Milosevic's, at first place, and then on Izetbegovic and Tudjman's weak points.

ROME - Wealthy Arabs hired 25 English, Belgian and French mercenaries to arrest Radovan Karadzic and general Ratko Mladic and organise terrorist operations and assassinations in RS, maintain the Italian press. All these mercenaries have already been present in the former B-H where, as the members of the Muslim and Croat Army, fought the Serbs.

KOTOR-VAROS - In a statement for the Croatian Radio Studio- Novi Travnik, the president of the Croatian Democratic Union of B-H (HDZ B-H), Bozo Raic accused the Muslims of "violating all agreed to norms of conduct" and of "carrying out an ultra-Islamic policy". As he believes, such a policy on the part of Izetbegovic's regime in Sarajevo is designed to destabilise and disorganise the political leadership of RS and the HDZ B-H.

BELGRADE - Belgrade's attorney Toma Fila called all those who believe that they were unjustifiably listed as war crime suspects, to report themselves at the Bar of Serbia. "All those who think that they are not quality or are victims of a mixed identity, will be able to leave this office for the Hague - with human rights guaranteed - and, as far as I am concerned, free of charge", stated Fila for SRNA on his return from the Hague, where he talked with the chief of the Hague Tribunal, Anthony Cassease.

SARAJEVO - UNHCR accused the Bosnian Muslim government of "violating the Convention on Refugees, by Sunday's expelling of group of 24 Iranians and 4 Jordanians to Jordan", reports AFP. A group was arrested on October 1 under charges of "illegally entering the Bosnian territory".

DOBOJ - The Association of Muslim journalists lodged a protest with the Muslim authorities in Sarajevo because of ever more endangered position of media and mistreatment of journalists.

NOVI SAD - This is but the last generation able to stop the "white plague" and renew reproduction of the Serbian people, otherwise the Serbs will be, as soon as year 2091, forced to defend themselves from the Kalemegdan castle, says a well-known scientist, Marko Mladenovic, professor of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade.

ZURICH - The Swiss paper "Tages Anzeiter" publishes a commentary titled "Avramovic As Milosevic's Challenger" in which it estimates chances of the opposition in Yugoslavia at the elections, scheduled for November 3, this year. "The common aim of four opposition parties united in a coalition called 'Together' is an attempt at confronting thus far 'almighty' Milosevic's political party and a possible power taking", concludes the paper.

BEOGRAD - A poll conducted by the Belgrade paper "Dnevni Telegraf" shows 42. 5 per cent of voters would vote for the former governor of the Yugoslav Bank Dragoslav Avramovic, while president of Serbia Slobodan Milosevic would get 23 per cent of votes.

BEOGRAD - The Democracy Development Fund in Belgrade claims Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic would, following the forthcoming federal elections, be elected prime minister of Yugoslavia. The Belgrade paper "Nasa Borba" transmits an estimation of the Fund that Milosevic will be proposed new function by the current Yugoslav president Zoran Lilic.


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