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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-06-08

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JUNE 8 1997 DAY


VUKOVAR - Croatian president, Franjo Tudjman, visited Vukovar upon the invitation of the Independent Democratic Serbian Party and Serb authorities in the Srem-Baranja District. "Returning to Vukovar, we are drawing the creation of the Croat state to a close - this state cannot be threatened anymore by anyone", stated Tudjman at the Zagreb railway station, upon his departure for Vukovar. During his train travel to Vukovar, Tudjman said "This train represents a train of peace and reconciliation with all the Serbs remaining in Croatia, who seek Croatian documents."

BEOGRAD - Out of three former Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) officers indicted by the Hague Tribunal, the Military Court in Belgrade is responsible only for colonel Veselin Sljivarcanin, stated the president of the Yugoslav Military Court, colonel Radomir Gojovic. He said the other two indicted, demobilised Miroslav Radic and retired Mile Mrksic, are under authority of a civil prosecutor. "The Yugoslav Constitution does not provide for extradition of Yugoslav citizens to a foreign state. Inasmuch the cooperation with the Tribunal includes delivering of Yugoslav citizens, the Constitutional provision forbidding such extraditions must be changed", explained Gojkovic.

MOSCOW - The former secretary of the Russian Security Council, Alexander Lebed, believes that the current prime minister Victor Chernomydyn will be replaced in autumn with his first deputy Boris Nemcov. "Chernomydyn will be sacrificed and accused of a difficult situation in the country. All his men were dismissed from the Government and his influence lessens", stated Lebed in an exclusive interview for ITAR-TASS. The apathy rules Russia now, and the time of bitterness which will come soon will culminate in autumn, added Lebed.

SOFIA - A number of Muslims in Bulgaria was reduced for 30 per cent in this century, and now they constitute eight per cent of total population. On the other hand, 100 minarets and 35 new mosques were raised in Bulgaria in the past seven years, and 90 per cent of existing mosques was reconstructed in the Goce Delcev area. Donations for the projects came from the World Islamic Bank, the Association of Turks from Turkey, International Foundation "King Fahid Bin Abdul Aziz" and "Demior Baba and "Al Uakf Islami" Foundation.


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