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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 96-12-29

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From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at

DEC. 29, 1996 DAY


ZVORNIK - A meeting between the leadership of the Municipality of Zvornik, the Commission on settling the zone of separation and the Muslim representatives from Sapna, at which an agreement on the definite entrance of the Serb police into the villages of Jusici and Dugi Dio was to be reached, did not take place for a Muslim delegation failed to appear. The Muslims tried to justify their absence with "poor weather conditions and slippery roads", although the real reason is the "ban" from the seat of the Party of Democratic Action (SDA).

BELGRADE - The Commissariats of the Republic of Serbia and Republika Srpska will sign a memorandum on the return of refugees to their homes on January 1997, stated Bratislava Morina, the Serbian commissioner for refugees. She stressed that we have here more than 600,000 refugees and justifyed the necessity for their return with the reaction of the developed European states that have already started sending them back to the Dayton B&H.

HAMBURG - The German press assesses the situation in Belgrade as "extremely tense" for the Serbian authorities "are not showing their readiness to accept the OSCE reports on the final election results". The German weekly Welt am Sonntag, claims that "there is intensifying fear of the possible violent clashes", while the Berlin daily Welt, believes that "just an insignificant cause would be enough for the protests to turn into a civil war".

ATHENS - The beginning of the end of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic is unavoidable no matter how long will it take, concludes the Greek daily Elphterophypia maintaining that the ban on demonstrations and the bringing of riot police on the streets shows that coldblooded Milosevic has lost his patience and started making wrong moves which will result without any doubt in his fall from power.

STOCKHOLM - The international community is worried that the situation in the Dayton B&H does not turn into the situation which has been going on on Cyprus for 20 years, comments the Swedish state radio in the scope of the review of the important occurrences in 1996.

SARAJEVO - The Croatian army backed by the Muslim troops committed a "perfect crime" in the Republic of the Srpska Krajina (RSK) (in the Western Slavonia, Banija, Lika and Kordun) in May and August, 1995. This crime was one of the largest crimes committed in the former Yugoslavia during the five years of the civil war. Why is this crime committed against the people of the considerable part of the Srpska Krajina "perfect"? First of all, because of a double alibi. Namely, official Zagreb was given the "green light" by some of the world leaders for the mass expulsion of nearly 300,000 residents, while in return Croatia has gained its place in the NATO's plans in the Balkans. In regard to this fact, it has become apparent that both the struggle for human rights and the thesis saying that war crimes will never be forgotten have fallen together with the Berlin Wall, says SRNA's journalist in a commentary titled "Double Alibi For A 'Perfect' Crime".


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