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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-08-03

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AUG. 3 1997 DAY


VISEGRAD - The prime minister of Republika Srpska (RS) stated in Visegrad that the RS Government would financially assist in the building of housing units for 300 refugees from central Bosnia. "In order to accelerate this action, the Government will issue DEM 30,000 loan to the "Granit" civil engineering enterprise for the revitalisation of concrete factory in Dobrun", said Klickovic. About 2,500 refugees are still living in collective centres Visegrad, and the building and reconstruction of 500 housing units is ongoing.

HAMBURG - Bearing on mind its own political interests, the official Germany consciously suppress the truth about the civil war in the former B-H, blaming, even after the war, only on the Serb party, concludes the German humanitarian worker, Dr Manfred Hufenreuter for "Noes Deutschland". As a member of a German governmental humanitarian agency, Dr Hufenreuter has spent more that a year in RS and the Croat-Muslim Federation. He criticised German journalists for deliberately suppressing a fact, officially reaffirmed by the Hague Tribunal in its verdict for Dusan Tadic, that the civil war was waged in the former B-H. "Taken from that point of view, the engagement of the "Blue Helmets" and unilateral NATO operations against the Serbs now appear in a completely different light of the international law", warns the author of the article.

BERLIN - The decision of the international representative, Carlos Westendorp, to suspend legitimacy of the current, mostly Muslim, ambassadors of B-H, is broadly reported in German media. The Berlin paper "Tages Spiegel" writes that Westendorp announced sanctions against all three former warring parties in B-H because of non-compliance with the Dayton agreement, based upon which all countries with diplomatic relations with B-H would break all contacts with its ambassadors.

BANJALUKA - Out of total 62 political parties, five coalition blocks and 74 independent candidates, registered for the municipal elections in Republika Srpska (RS), only the Serbian Democratic Party for Serbian Lands (SDS SZ) will run for elections in all of 61 municipalities. The Provisional Electoral Commission reports that 49 political parties, two coalition blocks and 67 independent candidates from RS, and 13 political parties, three coalition alliances and seven independent candidates from B-H Federation registered for the local elections in RS.

ZVORNIK - The present political and constitutional crisis must be overcame as soon as possible, in order to prevent the further internal weakening of RS, stated the president of the Socialist Party for RS, Zivko Radisic in Zvornik. At the tribune of the Zvornik socialists organised in the Pilica community, Radisic warned that "we must remain aware of the environment we live in", pointing out that the division of the spheres of influence in the Balkans has not been completed yet and that RS together with Yugoslavia is situated at the target of the various powers, the USA, as the only one world power, primarily.

SARAJEVO - The Croats in Jajce blocked the local roads yesterday protesting the return of Muslim refugees in three neighbouring villages - Lendici, Bucic and Kruscica - announced SFOR spokesman colonel Mike Right. He said that the Croats in Jajce laid on the streets, thus blocking the traffic. He also reminded that the federal partners during the war in B-H waged fierce mutual clashes.


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