Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 96-10-12
From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at http://www.suc.org
OCT. 12, 1996 DAY
NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA
SARAJEVO - A member of the Dayton B-H presidency, Momcilo Krajisnik, talked
in Sarajevo with deputy US secretary of state, John Cornblum, and the
German chief of diplomacy, Klaus Kinkel, on the problems caused by a
standstill in the work of joint institutions. Upon his meeting held in the
US and German embassies behind the doors, Krajisnik said the Serbs
representatives presented their positions as well as a wish to find a
solution as soon as possible.
HAMBURG - Bosnia will not be possible to be held as a whole following
departure of a major portion of IFOR troops, even not with a support of out-
side elements, assessed the German weekly "Hanoversche Algemeine". "After
IFOR troops are drastically reduced, by the end of December this year, the
West will find itself in a very undesirable position because it will loose
the last effective mean of pressure upon the Serbs".
THESALONIKI - In an article, "Balkan Disease Is Policy", the Herald Tribune
reminds the readers of some historic facts indicating that "the violence in
the Balkans was treated as an inherited hatred, as a conflict of different
cultures and an endemic phenomena, which is unsolvable as such". In respect
to the war in the former Yugoslavia, the Carnegie Institute Commission
found out that "there were no instinctive explosion among the peoples".
Their study shows that that the war had been planned in detail and waged by
the political elite of the old communist Yugoslavia, among whom presidents
of Serbia and Croatia, Slobodan Milsevic and Franjo Tudjman.
TIRANA - Leader of the Albanian separatists in the Kossovo, Ibrahim Rugova,
demands that international community oversee the planned return of 120,000
Albanians from Germany to Yugoslavia, because he thinks they will be
exposed to reprisals by Yugoslav authorities, reports DPA.
BONN - The German army is working on the project of a new spy satellite,
reports DPA. As of recently, the Germans have, in cooperation with their
French colleagues, built spy satellites "Helios 2" and "Horus". A new type
of satellite will enable communication between German troops in war zones
and the Defence Ministry and any communication with NATO forces.
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