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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-01-28

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


JAN. 28, 1997 DAY

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA - On the occasion of the death of a famous scientist and politician, Nikola Koljevic, a commemorative session of the state bodies, organisations and associations of Republika Srpska (RS) was held in Banski Dvor in Banjaluka. The commemorative session which was attended by the nearest family of the deceased Koljevic, was opened by the RS vice- president, Dragoljub Mirjanic.

BANJALUKA - The recent vice-president of RS, Nikola Koljevic, was among the Serb civilian elite which, with an enormous civilian courage in the occurrences in Sarajevo and Bosnia, and under different and unprecedented pressures, was preserving and preserved for the better times the flames of the Serbdom by which afterwards a torch of freedom and democracy was lighted, stated the president in the Presidency of the Dayton B&H, Momcilo Krajisnik, at a commemorative session held in Banjaluka. As he said, Nikola Koljevic was one of the Serbs who have even at the most difficult times been preserving and nurturing the Serbian culture, and the fact that he was a very successful professor and far and wide known scientist did not alienated him from his people and made him feeling less Serb.

BANJALUKA - With the highest state honours and a religious rite, the recent vice-president of RS, Nikola Koljevic, was inter buried on the Orthodox cemetery " St. Pantelija" in Banjaluka. The funeral was attended by numerous relatives, friends, associates and several thousands of citizens of Banjaluka. Together with Nikola Koljevic's body, the posthumous remains of his son, Djordje, and father-in-low, Luka Calic, which were exhumed from a cemetery in Sarajevo, were inter buried in the family tomb.

BRCKO - Under the SFOR's protection, ten Muslims reentered the village of Gajevi in RS and continued with constructing of 35 houses, thus blatantly violating an agreement on a two-day break of works. The deputy chief of the Police Station in Brcko, Radomir Marjanovic, confirmed that on January 28 as well as the day before there was no protest gatherings by the Serbs.

BANJALUKA - The spokesman of the UNHCR Office in Banjaluka, Mans Nyberg, expressed his fears because of the increasing of tensions in the village of Gajevi, in the Municipality of Lopari, caused by ever frequent Muslim intrusions.

BRUSSELS - The Belgian media focused their attention on a St. Sava liturgy which was led by His Holiness the Patriarch of the Serbs, Pavle, along the streets of Belgrade, pointing out that the Serbian Orthodox Church has for several times supported the students' protest. By the broadcasting of the St. Sava liturgy which gathered about 300,000 Belgradins, the Belgian TV Networks and newspapers remind the public and readers that the Patriarch, Pavle, backs the war leaders of Republika Srpska, Radovan Karadzic and general Ratko Mladic.

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