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

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


APRIL 1 1997 EVENING

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

SARAJEVO - The president of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska (RS), Dragan Kalinic, received in Pale the chief of the Italian INTERSOS humanitarian organisation, Mr. Kann, who brought to RS a precious gift, a medicine called 'Sandimon' for 40 patients with serious kidney difficulties. While thanking Mr. Kann, for the gift that satisfies a half year's needs for the cure and secures a normal living to the patients with a transplanted kidney, president Kalinic also thanked INTERSOS for all their previous and present activities in RS.

DOBOJ - The SFOR Headquarters in Doboj banned Serb police patrols in the zone of separation on the RS territory, in the area of Doboj, reports the Doboj Police Station. While informing the competent authorities of the Doboj City Assembly, about the security situation in the Municipality, the chief of the Police Station, major Zoran Djekic, failed to give precise reasons for the ban.

NEW YORK - Last night, upon the High Representative, Carl Bildt's request, the UN Security Council refused to dispatch the additional 197 police and civilian observers to Brcko, reports DPA.

BERLIN - The fabricated and mounted ATN TV shots from Trnopolje, which are showing a hungry Muslim man behind a barbed wire as an alleged inmate of the concentration camp, have also contributed to the USA to take a total anti-Serb position, and who were accused of the 'Balkans Holocaust afterwards', this being the assessment of a British foreign policy commentator, George Kenny, who in August 1992, in the protest against the USA policy and its former president, George Bush, resigned at the post in the State Department. According to Kenny's assessment, after the broadcasting of TV shots, some kind of anti-Serb hysteria started blowing through the Washington media, convincing the public that the Balkans Holocaust is in question here'.

AMSTERDAM - Several Dutch peace associations, which are interceding for having the objective public informing, broadcast through INTERNET a text titled 'The Distorted World' in which writing about the methods of western journalists in the media war against the Serbs, which were collected by a US journalist, Peter Brook. The text mentions that photographs of the devastated Vukovar from 1991, were used with the false testimony of reporters saying that the city of Dubrovnik was in question here. The text also gives examples of a series of newspapers photographs of hungry and imprisoned Serbs who were presented in the media as Muslims. Within the same campaign, the text says further, CNN broadcast a reportage about "14 Muslims killed", for who some time later it turned out to be that they were Serbs.

MOSCOW - Tomorrow, Russia and Belorussia are expected to sign an Agreement on Union, which calls for the establishment of a joint currency and an united Central Bank, reports DPA citing the Moscow 'Komersant Daily'. Belorussia is being left the possibility to block this idea, though it is very unlikely that this is going to happen.

SKOPLJE - The Albanian Ambassador to Italy, Pandeli Pasko, openly accused the Italian navy of intentionally hitting by a corvette 'Sybil' into a fishing boat with Albanian refugees, which immediately sunk in the depth of about 830 m. According to the presented list, it was definitely established that 83 persons were killed in the accident. The Albanian government sent a sharp note to the Italian government, requesting for that those guilty for the death of the innocent refugees be punished severely.

TIRANA - The president of Albania, Sali Berisa, and the prime minister, Baskim Fino, accepted the resignations made by the chief of the Albanian secret police 'Sik", Baksim Gazidede and his deputy, Bujar Rama. This way this 'notorious' service stops to exist any longer, reports Reuters.

BONN - The German authorities decided to stick to the planned deadline for the expelling of 320,000 refugees from RS and the Federation of B&H, despite sharp criticisms made by several parties lately, stressed the foreign ministers of the German provinces in Bonn. 'There will be no mass expulsions, but the refugees will be returned gradually', stated a spokesman of the Berlin authorities.

SARAJEVO - The branch of the Party of Democratic Action of the Hercegovacko- neretvancki canton is concerned because the Croatian representatives rejected a document on the forming of joint police forces in the central city zone of Mostar, report Muslim media. The Croatian Radio explains the dismissal with failure of the Croatian and Muslim representatives to reach an agreement on police uniform symbols.

SARAJEVO - Despite Muslim protests, the Croats have yet to take off their flag from the destroyed Muslim mosque in Ahmici, near Vitez, that has been fluttering for four days, report Muslim media. The upset Muslim faithful are constantly occupying the premises of the Islamic Community in Travnik, asking for emergency measures to be undertaken in order to put an end to Croatian provocations.

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