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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-02-25

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

FEB. 25, 1997 DAY


PARIS - For over 50 years I have wanted to see what I saw on TV and what the whole of the world sow on Friday, February 21 - taking off the five- point star from the old residency of my grandfather, King Peter the First - Liberator, stated His Royal Highness, Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic, in his comment on the newest events in Serbia.

BRUSSELS - The Dayton-created B-H resembles Cyprus and a possibility of division into two or perhaps three entities should be taken into consideration, for the B-H Federation has small chances to survival, stated the Belgian lawyer Iverde Megis, who spent three months in B-H as an OSCE official, and who thinks that peace in this region represents a relative term.

MUNICH - The Criminal Council of the Higher Provincial Court of Bavaria in Munich, started the main process against Novislav Djajic from Srbinje, accused by German federal prosecutor of alleged genocide and crimes against civilians. His Belgrade attorney, Igor Pantelic, stated that a German court cannot be in charge of this case.

BEOGRAD - The visit of the Dayton B-H Presidency president from Republika Srpska (RS), Mocmilo Krajisnik, to Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic is a headline in all Belgrade daily papers. "Politika" writes that their discussion pertained to issues of the common interest and improvement of relations, within the framework of the Dayton peace agreement.

BEOGRAD - The mandator of the Yugoslav Government, Radoje Kontic, held consultative meeting regarding the new Government programme, with secretary- general of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Gorica Gajevic. After the meeting, Gajevic said the SPS supports the new programme of the Government which is directed towards development, strengthening of the federal state and its integration into all international organisations.

BEOGRAD - The leaders of the Coalition "Together", Zoran Djindjic, Vuk Draskovic and Vesna Pesic, went to Madrid, where will be received by Spanish foreign minister, Abel Matutes. They also plan to meet the OSCE Assmelby president, Javier Liperes and secretary-general of the Socialist Party of Spain, Philippe Gonzalez.

BEOGRAD - The Congregational National Party (SNS) called on its members to support the newly-established authorities in those cities of Serbia in which the Coalition "Together" won.

BANJALUKA - The Serbian Patriotic Party (SPAS) for RS will take part at the next elections independently, while possible coalitions with other parties would be possible only after the elections, announced the SPAS vice- president, Peter Djakovic, in Banjaluka. At a press conference, he supported the strike of teachers in Banjaluka, emphasising that the SPAS would support any action to improve the situation in this sector.

BANAJLUKA - SFOR spokesman for Sector "South-West", British major Peter Clark, stated in Banjaluka that two inactivated 120mm shells were discovered in the area of Gornji Vakuf. "SFOR asked those responsible in two armies - Croatian Defence Council and Muslim Army - to proceed with their removal", stated Clark.

THE PRAGUE - The B-H Federation remains US unfulfilled wish, as the Dayton agreement is, assessed the Czech daily paper "respect" in its newest edition. The paper reminds its readers that the agreement forming the joint Muslim-Croat army was signed expressly under the pressure of USA, which put all their stakes at the Federation and which cares very much to keep it alive", being governed first of all by the panic fear from Irani influence on the Sarajevo Government.


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