Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-06-15
From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at http://www.suc.org
JUNE 15 1997 DAY
NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA
BANJALUKA - The World Bank gives a lot of its attention to Republika Srpska
(RS) and the projects to be adopted and carried out after a Donors'
Conference, stated the chief of the RS presidential cabinet, Milos Prica.
After the meeting between RS President Biljana Plavsic and a delegation of
the World Bank, Prica stated that the talks were very important because the
RS attitudes on the Donors' Conference were presented as well as all the
laws which are to be a precondition for the Conference. 'We believe that
all of the issues will be solved successfully and on time, and that there
will be no difficulties as far as we are concerned, this is also confirmed
by President Plavsic during the meeting', stated Prica.
DOBOJ - SFOR will not guarantee the safety to those trying to return
violently to Republika Srpska, pointed out the SFOR Nordic-Poland Brigade
commander, general Gunnar Lundberg, thus responding to the announcements
that Muslims from the Tesany area are to return today to the village of
Maklyenovac, near Doboj. 'Any violent and mass return creates problems,
provokes human sufferings and will not provide the returnees with a better
and more safe future', stated general Lundberg.
DOBOJ - Some 30 Muslims beat up a taxi driver Bogdan Dyordyic on a Doboj-
Sarajevo route, near the village of Karusa, in the zone of separation
between Republika Srpska (RS) and the Federation of B&H (FB&H), reports the
RS Police in Doboj. The incident happened about one hundred metres from
SFOR' check point on a bridge over the Usora. This is the only check point
left after SFOR had banned the police forces of RS and the FB&H to set up
PRIJEDOR - Due to the Holy Trinity festivity, a Protocol was singed at a
session of the Municipal Assembly of Prijedor on economic and sports
cooperation with the Athens Municipality of Anne Losi. The Protocol, which
was agreed in principle in the Municipality of Anne Losi on June 5th,
regulates the economic and sports cooperation, provides the possibility for
Greek investments into economic capacities and sports facilities, and
facilitates to the businessmen from Prijedor to place their goods not only
at the market of the Anne Losi municipality, but also throughout Greece.
MOSTAR - The constituting of the authority in the six municipalities of
Mostar, pursuant to the election results of June 20, 1996, was not carried
out until last week. But as soon as this was done, the problems in the
Muslim-Croat relations emerged, report the media of both sides. The Croats
are now requesting for three newly-formed Croatian municipalities to be
joined into a community of Croatian municipalities. They claim that this is
called for in the Dayton Agreement, but is opposed to by the Muslims.
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