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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-01-04

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From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at http://www.suc.org


JAN. 4, 1997 DAY

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

JAGODINA - Republika Srpska (RS) president Biljana Plavsic pointed out that the institutions of the Dayton B&H would have started much earlier to resolve the vital problems of the country, if Muslim leader Alija Izetbegovic have not impeded the commitment to having the entities and all the three nations be equal".

ROME - The first session of the House of Representatives and Council of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Dayton B&H was assessed by the Italian media as an important event for preserving peace in the Balkans.

PFORZHEIM - The German government called the Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic to "immediately recognise the whole of opposition's victory at the local elections held on November 17,". As DPA reports, the German chief of diplomacy, Klaus Kinkel, warned Milosevic that without a complete acknowledgment of the electoral results won by the opposition, Serbia will not be accepted into the EU.

ROME - Italy called the authorities in Serbia to totally accept OSCE's conclusions concerning the municipal elections which took place on November 17, 1996, reports AFP.

BELGRADE - The Zajedno [Together] coalition announced that the Yugoslavian foreign minister, Milan Milutinovic's letter contains not only the refusal of OSCE's attitudes, "but also incomparable impudence in an act asking the OSCE to provide data on the state of affairs of the local elections in Serbia".

BELGRADE - The Democratic Party assessed that the ruling Socialist Party of Serbia enforced the police authority and a state of emergency underhandedly in Serbia.

STOLAC - Only for the Christmas and New Year's holidays, Croats burned and blew up a great number of the repaired Muslim houses in Stoc, reports the Muslim Radio, Studio-Sarajevo.

SARAJEVO - The Croatian police continued to expel Muslims from the western part of Mostar by forcing a Muslim pregnant woman and her husband out of their apartment, reports Reuters.

MOSCOW - Russian President Boris Yeltsin and German Chancellor Helmut Kohl agreed to continue seeking for a solution for overcoming the differences in the attitudes of Russia and West on NATO's expansion to the East, reports Reuters.

NICOSIA - The Cyprus government signed a contract amounting for a several $ million for the purchase of Russian surface-toair missiles, reports AFP citing the Cyprus SNA agency which did not report the exact number of missiles.

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