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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 96-12-06

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DEC. 6, 1996 DAY


SARAJEVO - The president of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska (NSRS), Dragan Kalinic, supported in the talks with the chief of the Bureau for the former Yugoslavia of the International Commission on missing persons, Erwin Boie, the work of the newly-formed Commission. The full readiness of the RS authorities for contributing to the process of looking for missing persons and resolving one of the most difficult humanitarian issues of the past war, was expressed at the meeting with Boie", says a communique made available to SRNA from the NSRS's presidential Cabinet.

SARAJEVO - The NSRS president, Dragan Kalinic, talked in Pale with French ambassador to Dayton B&H Yves Gaudeul, about the future programme of work of the RS Assembly and Government. A few words were said at the meeting even about the resolving of the problem of a disputable oath - not taken by representatives of the Federation of B&H in the NSRS. French ambassador was also interested in when about RS is going to nominate its representatives in the Constitutional Court of Dayton B&H.

BIJELJINA - RS premier Gojko Klickovic, and the minister of defence, Milan Ninkovic, talked in Bijeljina with the chief of the General Staff of the Army of Republika Srpska (VRS), brigadier-general Pero Colic, about improving the material basis of the VRS. After the meeting, general Colic stated it was agreed that the government will solve the matters of status in the Army, to which the priority will be given during the government budget distribution.

BIJELJINA - RS premier Gojko Klickovic, received in Bijeljina representatives of the IFOR Russian Brigade Command. "I called the Russian officers's attention to the situation concerning the inter-entity boundary line within their jurisdiction - from Mahala, in the Municipality of Zvornik, to Mt. Majevica where Muslims are invading the Serbian territory", stated Klickovic after the meeting.

MOSCOW - Russia and the Dayton B&H are going to establish full democratic relations and exchange ambassadors, reports AFP, citing a statement by Kremlin's spokesman. "Russian President Boris Yeltzin has just made the decision", explained his spokesman Sergey Yastrezembski at a news conference.

HAMBURG - Chemical warfare agents, that were used during the war by the Muslims, were produced in Tuzla, writes the German press, calling upon the Intelligence Review. Before the war, there were no plants in Tuzla for the production of arms, but there were chemical plants were, including a chlorine plant where during the war and, especially, after the signing of the Dayton agreement, have been filled with war gases on the basis of chlorine.

MOSCOW - Fearing that the Croatian side will join the Canton of Neretva to the other Croatian cantons and thus, keep the Croatian Union of Herceg- Bosnia, the Canton's governor, Fatima Leho, asked for the Croat/Muslim Federation Forum's help, reports the Muslim Radio Studio-Sarajevo. Along with two Assembly's sessions arranged, but not held, neither government was elected, nor a constitution adopted in this canton.

BRUSSELS - The former president of Yugoslavia, academician Dobrica Cosic, assessed that "Milosevic and his party represent only the authority in Serbia - not the people at all", which he considers is the entirety. In an interview for the Belgian paper Libre Belgique, Cosic said that "the historic aspiration of the Serbian people to live in a state", and to "blackmail the RS, so that it would give up its identity, will not succeed".

BELGRADE - In an article titled "Milosevic Give In - He Is Going to Recognise The Second Round", the paper Daily Telegraf points out that the Belgrade municipal electoral commission submitted yesterday a request to the Supreme Court of Serbia for an extraordinary revision of the verdict made by the First Municipal Court in Belgrade, who annulled the results of the second round of the local elections.

BELGRADE - Neither the US Embassy nor the Presidency of Serbia could confirm the news items of some media about the newly-elected US Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright's visit to Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic.

PARIS - Last night, Muslim fundamentalists killed 19 civilians in the city of Blida, in N Algeria, reports Reuters. According to APS's report, the Algerian police confirmed that the killed civilians are "the victims of a group of terrorists".


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