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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-01-26

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From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at

JAN. 26, 1997 DAY


BANJALUKA - The Republika Srpska (RS) president, Biljana Plavsic, sent a letter of condolence to the familiy of Nikola Koljevic, who died yesterday in the Military Medical Academy in Belgrade. "I wish to express my deepest simpathies to you regarding the death of your husband and father and my longtime associate, Nikola Koljevic", she wrote in the letter.

SARAJEVO - In the name of the Serb Parliament and in his own name, the president of the RS National Assembly, Dragan Kalinic, sent a letter of condolence to the family of Nikola Koljevic. "With greif we learned about the tragical death of Nikola Koljevic who is one of the most deserving Serbs for the foundation and international affirmation of Republika Srpska", says Kalinic's letter.

BANJALUKA - RS premier, Gojko Klickovic sent, on the behalf of the Government and in his own name, a letter of condolence to the family of deceased Nikola Koljevic, wherein he stresses that the RS has been left without a genuine creator".

BANJALUKA - Regarding the death of prof Nikola Koljevic, the Presidency of the Association of Writers of RS sent a telegram of condolence to Koljevic's family: "Writers and the Serbian people learned with deep regret of death of our presidnet, professor and your father and husband".

BANJALUKA - The Association of Writers of Monte Negro form Podgorica sent a letter to condolence to the RS Assocation of Writers, expressing its deep grief becuase of tragical death of the president of the RS Association of Witers, prof Nikola Koljevic.

BEOGRAD - The UNHCR demanded that the joint B-H intsitutions undertake concrete steps so as to accelerate the return of refugees, underlining that this agency would assist in the process of repatration. UNHCR communique reads that there is still no practical implemetnation of this project, and specifies that since the signing of the Daytn agremeent, only 1,213 refugees have returned from FR Yugoslavia.

ATHENS - The war in the former Yugoslaiva claimed so many lives, created wasteland and hudreds of thousands of refugees, but starvation and poor live conditions threatens to claim lives of over two million of people, if the international community does not help urgentily. The UN World Food Programme's conclusion was reported by all Greek media, together with a warning that over 2,200,000 people in this area were not able to earn for bread only.

BEOGRAD - Students in Belgrde went into the seventh day of non-stop protests, this time also protesting the inicdent in the Youth Club, where police beat residents who set to the centre of Belgrade. The Initiative Board of the Students' Protest announced that the former JNA and Yugoslav Army officers would join the demonstrations.


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