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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-08-09

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From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at

AUG. 9 1997 DAY


BEOGRAD - The president in the B-H Presidency from Republika Srpska (RS), Momcilo Krajisnik, attends talks between Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic and former US envoy Richard Holbrooke in Belgrade.

SARAJEVO - RS minister of transport and communications, Nedeljko Lajic, assessed that "the Agreement on Telecommunications ensured a sovereign system of telecommunications and postal traffic for RS." Minister Lajic added that RS signed this Agreement with the High Representative Office and European Commission this April, while Federal representatives did it 15 days ago, with the help of EU.

DOBOJ - The representatives of the Public Security Centre (CJB) in Doboj decided not to attend the meeting with IPTF representatives in the SFOR Nordic-Polish Brigade base, because "this Brigade blocks the roads, restricts freedom of movement, mistreats citizens, hampers the work of the local police and threatens with arms in the areas of Teslic, Doboj and Modrica."

TREBINJE - The security situation in the zone of operation of Trebinje CJB is stable, and this region is the most peaceful region in RS, assessed the head of the Trebinje CJB, Dragan Jelic.

BRCKO - The member of the Main and Executive Board of the Socialist Party for RS and the president of the Party's Municipal Board for Brcko, Petar Djokic, stated that, given the specific status of the city, the highest possible level of communications between political parties operating in the Brcko area must be secured. He welcomed the order of the OSCE Mission chief Robert Frowick of August 15 that the Electoral Appellation Commission review the appeals of 3,500 residents who were not allowed to vote in Brcko.

PARIS - The French International Radio quotes the US envoy for the Balkans Richard Holbrooke that the president in the B-H Presidency from RS, Momcilo Krajisnik played a positive role in finding the solution to a problem in distribution of diplomatic bureaus. The Paris paper "Liberation" issues Krajisnik's statement that the resignation of RS president Biljana Plavsic would not be sought in case that the RS Constitutional Court dismiss her decision to disband the National Assembly and schedule new parliamentarian elections.

HAMBURG - Regarding moderate results of the former US envoy Richard Holbrooke's mission in RS and B-H Federation, the German press assess that there can be no reason for an excessive optimism, because the USA or any world power cannot force peoples of divided B-H to future co-existence. "The USA and Europe can suspend financial aid for reconstruction of war- devastated economy in RS and Federation of B-H, but cannot coerce once hostile peoples into cooperation, if they strictly oppose to integration", claims the commentator of the "Stutgarter Zeitung".

AMSTERDAM - Despite enormous spectacle following the former US envoy for the Balkans Richard Holbrooke's visit to Sarajevo, Banjaluka and Belgrade, it did not bear substantial results, even though it is widely known that Hoolbroke does not activate for small goals, claim Dutch papers. "The fact that Holbrooke was taken out from mothballs, speaks of the Western dissatisfaction with the course the former Yugoslav Republic of B-H follows", says the Dutch paper "NRC Handelsblad."

SRPSKO GORAZDE - The former UNIS factory of iron wire, now UNIMET joint enterprise from Serb Gorazde, which supplied the former Yugoslav market, is on the road for recovery; after the most essential reparations were carried out and the first amounts of reprocessed wire produced, it slowly returns among the major producers.


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