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

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BRCKO - The arrival of Supervisor for Brcko, Robert Farrand, was delayed for the end of this week due to technical reasons, stated Carl Bildt's representative in Brcko, Matthew Ris. He did not revealed details, but said Farrand is expected to arrive between 4 and 6 of April. The confusion was caused because of undefined continuation of IPTF mandate in the Brcko area, SRNA learns in circles close to OSCE. The UN Security Council approved enlargement of police presence in Brcko from the existing 30 for additional 197. Deadlines set by the Dayton agreement and arbitration decision are being moved without any explanation, so instead of expected Farrand's arrival, Ris only informed Brcko mayor Miodrag Pejic, that the Supervisor "is to arrive".

BANJALUKA - About twenty Serbs, refugees from Kljuc, faced numerous humiliation by Muslim authorities during their attempt to visit graveyards in Kljuc and Senica. As several persons testified, Muslim authorities first allowed the visit, but instead taking them to Orthodox graveyard, they took them to the neighbouring Laniste, alleged site of a mass grave. "We are embittered because we were not informed that before visit to graves of our relatives we should have to visit some Muslim graveyards", stated Zora Klepic.

BANJALUKA - The UNHCR spokesman in Belgrade Mons Niberg, stated his concern over the decision of the cantonal authorities in Sarajevo not to allow Serbs or Croats to move into their reconstructed apartments. At a regular press conference, Niberg said UNHCR invested 6.8 million DEM into reconstruction and repair of 1,156 apartments in Sarajevo, into which it intended to move their pre-war owners. UNHCR spokesman, Chris Janowski stated in Sarajevo that UNHCR was not satisfied with the way authorities of the Sarajevo canton carry out UNHCR-funded programme of repair and reconstruction of apartments.

BEOGRAD - The Assembly of Serb nationals living abroad appealed humanitarian agencies to continue deliveries of same quantities of humanitarian aid for Yugoslavia, because all available resources are exhausted, and citizens are in a very difficult position.

BANJALUKA - The president of the Democratic Patriotic Block, Predrag Radic, warned in Banjaluka at possible economic consequences of any delay of the donors conference for B-H. Radic said $ 840 million was raised at past donors conference in Brussels, of which the B-H Federation received $ 325.6 million and RS 11 million only.


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