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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-06-22

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JUNE 22 1997 DAY


SARAJEVO - The president from Republika Srpska in the Presidency of B&H, Momcilo Krajisnik, talked in Pale with a politicaleconomic delegation of the town of Nis about investing of the Nis businessmen in the reconstruction of RS and Serb Sarajevo. While reminding guests of difficult war years experienced by the RS people, Krajisnik said that the RS has two tasks ahead i.e. to create the cult of work and patriotism. 'Although the post-war restoration is a difficult job, I am calling all of you on close cooperation for doing this job as easier as possible', stated Krajisnik. He also called businessmen of the other Serbian towns to establish cooperation with the RS businessmen. The head of the Executive Board of the Municipal Assembly of Nis, Alexander Krstic acquainted the president Krajisnik with the Nis businessmen's intentions to invest in the reconstruction of RS and the building of Serb Sarajevo.

BANJALUKA - The head of the Federation of Labour Unions of Republika Srpska, Cedo Volas, sent an open letter to the deputy High Representative, Michael Steiner, because the Labour Union of the Federation of B&H impudently accused the Serbian side of the postponement of a Donors' Conference. 'Once more the Labour Union of the Federation of B&H showed cheap political behaviour as was the case so many times in the war. We condemn such a gesture', says the letter requesting for an equal treatment of RS in regard to the allotment of the international community's aid.

HAMBURG - The UN High Commissariate for Refugees sharply criticised Germany and Switzerland because of their deporting of Muslim refugees originating from the areas in which they are ethnic minority now, writes a great number of German papers. 'Such a policy represents a violation of the Dayton Agreement and may destabilise the already loose balance', stated the UNHCR special envoy, Carol Fober, warning that conflicts may break out if larger groups of Muslim returnees 'spontaneously or organised' set out to the places they lived in before the war.

HAMBURG - The German foreign minister Klaus Kinkel interceded for 'a tougher attitude towards RS and the Federation of B&H, having in mind, first of all, the German national interests and the return of refugees from this country. Kinkel presented such a position at a meeting of Group 7 and Russia in Denver yesterday, emphasising the issue of the return of refugees as an important approach of the internal and foreign policy.

SARAJEVO - Croatian media have started a campaign not contributing to the maintaining of good relations between Zagreb and Sarajevo, maintains Muslim radio Sarajevo, bringing together this campaign and the forthcoming meeting of Franjo Tudjman and

Alija Izetbegovic. As an example radio cites Franjo Tudjman's words, 'the B&H has been a Croatian pendant since the Middle Ages', which were published in the Zagreb daily 'Vesnik'.

TIVAT - The Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Dyukanovic and the mayor of Belgrade talked in Tivat about integrating the FR of Yugoslavia into the international community, announced the Republic Secretariat for Information. They assessed 'the providing of a stable development of the FR of Yugoslavia as the most important political issue in the state. Dyukanovic and Dyindyic expressed their hope that 'the determined implementation of the economic reforms and the improvement of the entire democratic processes' are the decisive conditions for carrying out these tasks'.

HAMBURG - The real truth about America, which considers herself as the greatest benefactor in the world, is that this 'is a state with a million and a half prisoners, about 50 million the poor, the army of homeless youth, mentally retarded persons and delinquents who are threatened by euthanasia i.e. capital punishment'. Such an attitude of an expert for the US foreign policy affairs, Herald Pinter, which was published by the Hamburger monthly 'Konkret', is just one in a series of anti-American headlines in the German media, apart from their ideological orientation.


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