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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 98-02-02

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From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at http://www.suc.org


JAN. 2, 1998 EVENING

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BIJELJINA - The president of Republika Srpska (RS) Government in former convocation Gojko Klickovic handed over in Bijeljina the duty to the present RS Premier Milorad Dodik, is said in a statement from the Cabinet of Mr. Dodik forwarded to SRNA. In the text is added that Dodik and Klickovic expressed readiness for realisation of all investment and projects for progress and development of RS, and better life of her citizens.

BANJALUKA - The Serbian intellectual forum from Banjaluka supported the attitude of RS Government that Brcko must stay in territorial composition of RS and the final arbitrage decision should be made on March 15 this year, as it has been planed. The vice-president of the forum Branko Dokic emphasised that this organisation thinks that RS Government should submit collective resignation if arbitrage decision was opposite to RS interests. He reminded that in region of Brcko RS should have 250 square kilometres more , of which she was deprived by maps of the Dayton Agreement.

VUKOVAR - The president of Independent Democratic Serbian Party Vojislav Stanimirovic denied rumors according to which some Serbian politicians from region of Srem and Baranja recently have received a letter of thanks from Croatian president Franjo Tudjman for contribution in reintegration of this region into constitutional-law system of Croatia.

VUKOVAR - Last month in eastern Slavonia were denounced 91 threats to Serbian families exiled from other parts of Croatia, placed in houses of Croats from this region, to leave Croatia, is announced by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Republic of Croatia. According to data of the Croatian police, in January were filed 129 "meetings" of Croats from this region and Serbian refugees, 25 of planting of explosive, violent extruding of 20 Serbian families in Baranja and even one murder.

VUKOVAR - More that 32,000 Serbian refugees, who have been placed in the territory of eastern Slavonia, Baranja and western Srem, moved from this region and left to provinces of Croatia, Yugoslavia or some third country. At the same, according to data of the Government Office for Refugees and Displaced Persons, more than 9,000 of Croatian refugees returned in the region.

SARAJEVO - UN spokesman Alexander Ivanko assessed that numerous incidents in the last months obviated planned return of Muslim families to Stolac, from where they had been exiled in prime of Croatian-Muslim clashes in 1993- 1994. Ivanko said that 10 attacks against Muslim returnees have been filed in Stolac since January 13.

NIS - Nine persons died in Nis until today from poisoning with wood-alcohol, and 18 poisoned persons are placed at the Clinic for Endocrinology of Nis Clinical Centre, has been announced from the city's Ministry of Internal Affairs (MUP). They are fearing at the Clinic that the number of the victims of poisoning would be larger, because among the persons who had died last week there were those who had not reported to hospital.

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