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Macedonian Press Agency: News in English, 99-05-06

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From: The Macedonian Press Agency at http://www.mpa.gr and http://www.hri.org/MPA.


MACEDONIAN PRESS AGENCY NEWS IN ENGLISH
Thessaloniki, May 6, 1999

SECTIONS

  • [A] NATIONAL NEWS
  • [B] INTERNATIONAL NEWS

  • NEWS HEADLINES

    [A] NATIONAL NEWS

  • [01] ROCKETS FIRED AGAINST BANKS IN PIRAEUS, THERE WERE NO VICTIMS
  • [02] GREECE'S FORMER FOREIGN MINISTER TO MEET WITH MILOSEVIC
  • [03] BALKAN NEWS AGENCIES TO MEET IN THESSALONIKI OVER CRISIS
  • [04] GREEK FM SPEAKS TO NATO CHIEF OVER ATTACK AGAINST DOCTORS
  • [05] SAE ISSUES RESOLUTION CONDEMNING ATTACKS AGAINST SERBIA
  • [06] PROTESTERS OBSTRUCT ENTRANCE OF NATO VEHICLES AT PORT
  • [07] LOCAL MUNICIPALITY SENDS 18 TONS OF RELIEF AID TO YUGOSLAVIA
  • [08] GREEK PM TO MEET WITH PORTUGUESE, FYROM, ALBANIAN PREMIERS
  • [09] BULGARIAN DELEGATION VISITS THRACE THROUGH PHARE PROGRAM
  • [10] KLIMA IS ON A VISIT TO THESSALONIKI
  • [11] 50 GREEK SOLDIERS IN FYROM ON HUMANITARIAN MISSION
  • [12] THE GREEK GOVERNMENT SPOKESMAN ON THE ATTACK AGAINST A "DOCTORS OF THE WORLD" CONVOY
  • [13] MR. SIMITIS WELCOMED THE DIPLOMATIC INITIATIVES FOR A POLITICAL SOLUTION IN KOSSOVO
  • [B] INTERNATIONAL NEWS

  • [14] OIL REFINERIES AND INDUSTRIAL SITES STRUCK BY NATO IN SERBIA
  • [15] FOREIGN MINISTERS FROM "GROUP OF EIGHT" TO DISCUSS KOSOVO
  • [16] MPA PARTICIPATES IN HERMES TRADE EXPO IN NEW YORK TOMORROW
  • [17] HELLENIC PETROLEUM DEAL ENDORSED BY FYROM'S GOVERNMENT
  • [18] GREEK TOBACCO FACTORY INAUGURATED IN BULGARIA
  • [19] UNHCR RECEIVES REPORTS OF ATROCITIES IN DJAKOVICA
  • [20] HELLENIC-SWEDISH PARLIAMENTARY ASSOCIATION MEETS TODAY
  • [21] OPTIMISM IN THE MEETING OF THE 7 RICHEST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD
  • [22] PAPOULIAS HAS CONTACTS WITH THE YUGOSLAV LEADERSHIP IN BELGRADE
  • [23] 50 INTELLECTUALS FROM HUNGARY ISSUED AN APPEAL FOR THE END OF THE WAR
  • [24] FISCHER: SOLUTION IN YUGOSLAVIA BEFORE THE END OF MAY
  • [25] THE G8 FOREIGN MINISTERS AGREED ON A PLAN FOR THE PROMOTION OF A SOLUTION IN KOSSOVO
  • [26] MILOSEVIC SPOKE OF A "FAIR AGREEMENT" AFTER THE MEETING WITH PAPOULIAS

  • NEWS IN DETAIL

    [A] NATIONAL NEWS

    [01] ROCKETS FIRED AGAINST BANKS IN PIRAEUS, THERE WERE NO VICTIMS

    Three rockets against fired against three foreign banks in the port of Piraeus last night, shortly after midnight, causing extensive damages but no injuries as they failed to explode.

    While no calls were made to claim responsibility for the attack, police suspect that the notorious "November 17" group is the perpetrator as it is the only terrorist organization that makes use of rockets. These deadly weapons were stolen from a Greek military depot long ago and have been used against other targets in the past.

    [02] GREECE'S FORMER FOREIGN MINISTER TO MEET WITH MILOSEVIC

    Greece's former foreign minister Karolos Papoulias is presently in Belgrade where he will be received by Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic today .

    Mr. Papoulias has stated that he will not convey specific proposals on behalf of the Greek government to the Yugoslav leader, but, instead, will discuss all issues pertaining to Kosovo and will brief Mr. Milosevic on the talks held between Greek Premier Costas Simitis and the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and National Defense, George Papandreou and Akis Tsochatzopoulos, respectively.

    Government spokesman Dimitris Reppas has stressed that Mr. Papoulias' visit to Belgrade falls within his capacity as the president of the Parliament's foreign and defense affairs committee.

    [03] BALKAN NEWS AGENCIES TO MEET IN THESSALONIKI OVER CRISIS

    The news agencies from all the countries comprised in the Balkan region are to meet in Thessaloniki tomorrow, May 7, 1999, in order to examine the problems that have arisen in the operation of the mass media organizations as a result of the dramatic events taking place in Yugoslavia.

    The event is being organized by the Association of Balkan News Agencies (ABNA) on the initiative of the Macedonian Press Agency, the headquarters of ABNA's permanent secretariat.

    The meeting will also examine ways to improve the activity of the news agencies and all of the Balkan mass media, always in line with the principles of journalistic ethics, objectivity and truth, which principles have been espoused by ABNA since its founding in 1994.

    In addition to the Balkan news agencies, invited to take part in the meeting are United Nations and UNESCO representatives, European Union officials, Council of Europe representatives and International Journalists Federation members.

    Moreover, the news agencies of those countries neighboring with the Balkan states, and which are subject to the consequences of the Kosovo crisis, have been invited to participate.

    On March 26, 1999, ABNA issued an appeal to its members, the mass media and various journalists, wherein it called on them to show restrain in these difficult times and to strictly adhere to the principles of journalistic ethics and truth, avoiding sensationalism, in order to allow peace, stability and security to return to the region of Southeastern Europe.

    [04] GREEK FM SPEAKS TO NATO CHIEF OVER ATTACK AGAINST DOCTORS

    Greece's Foreign Misnter George Papandreou has had a telephone conversation with NATO's Secretary-General Javier Solana, to whom he expressed his concern over yesterday's attack against a Greek non-governmental aid mission in Kosovo and requested clarifications over the incident.

    The "Doctors of the World" mission is said to have been attacked by NATO aircraft yesterday afternoon, as the four jeeps of the aid convoy were emerging from a tunnel.

    A Greek member of the mission delivering aid to Prishtina, contacted Greek consular officials in Belgrade as soon as the convoy arrived in Kosovo's capital and said that bomb had fallen about 100 meters from the start of the convoy.

    No one was injured and none of the vehicles were struck in the attack, which took place outside the town of Urosevac in southeastern Kosovo.

    According to the mission's officials, NATO had been given four days advance notice that they would be traveling to Prishtina, but NATO said there was no indication the alliance was connected to the attack.

    Mr. Papandreou expressed his sympathy towards all those who are "putting their lives in danger under difficult conditions in order to complete a major humanitarian effort," as he stated.

    [05] SAE ISSUES RESOLUTION CONDEMNING ATTACKS AGAINST SERBIA

    The World Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE) has approved a resolution condemning the bombardments in Yugoslavia as well as ethnic cleansing in Kosovo.

    During a meeting held in Thessaloniki over the last two days, the SAE president Andrew Athens also stated that he plans to forward a letter to the President of the United States Bill Clinton, over the "public announcement" issued by Washington regarding conditions in Greece, which announcement could damage Greek tourism.

    [06] PROTESTERS OBSTRUCT ENTRANCE OF NATO VEHICLES AT PORT

    Episodes erupted early yesterday morning at Thessaloniki's port, when a group of protesters obstructed the entrance of a NATO military vehicles convoy.

    The military trailers had arrived from Skopje in order to load and transport vehicles and supplies back to FYROM.

    Over 100 individuals gathered at the port at 1 a..m. and cordoned off the port's Gate 11, the military trucks' destination. After breaking the fence of Gate 14, some of the protesters managed to enter the port's facilities and attempted to approach the warehouses where NATO military supplies are stored.

    Police intervened at that point, preventing the crowd from entering the warehouses and episodes erupted although no one was arrested.

    As a result of the melee, the trailers departed for the Sindos military camp of Thessaloniki.

    [07] LOCAL MUNICIPALITY SENDS 18 TONS OF RELIEF AID TO YUGOSLAVIA

    Eighteen tons of humanitarian aid are departing today for Yugoslavia's war victims, gathered by the Solidarity Committee of Neapolis, a municipality in western Thessaloniki.

    The aid consists of pharmaceutical supplies and foodstuffs which will be distributed to Belgrade and Pancevo, within the framework of the mission organized by the Thessaloniki Prefecture Authorities' Committee.

    A delegation of the Solidarity Committee will accompany the aid.

    [08] GREEK PM TO MEET WITH PORTUGUESE, FYROM, ALBANIAN PREMIERS

    Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis will receive his counterpart from Portugal in Thessaloniki on Saturday, with whom he will travel to the monastic community of Mt. Athos.

    Mr. Simitis will also meet with the Premier of FYROM, Ljubco Georgievski, and both of whom will be guest speakers at a major Balkan economics conference to be held in Thessaloniki on May 10- 11. The Premier of Albanian Pandeli Majko will also attend the event.

    The conference, an annual event held by the Federation of Northern Greek Industries (SBBE) will focus on the situation in the Balkans a decade after the deregulation of markets.

    Mr. Georgievski will be accompanied by FYROM's Ministers of Economy, Development, Defense and Foreign Affairs.

    The forum is expected to draw more than 500 Greek and foreign business figures representing 120 foreign companies and 280 Greek.

    [09] BULGARIAN DELEGATION VISITS THRACE THROUGH PHARE PROGRAM

    A fifty-member delegation of Bulgarian local government officials embarked today on a two-day visit to the Eastern Macedonia and Thrace District, in the framework of the PHARE program.

    The delegates, representatives from Bulgaria's central and regional administration, are to meet with their Greek counterparts and will be briefed on ways to expedite regional development in their country.

    Specifically, they will examine issues concerning regional strategy, preparations for the establishment of a national plan for regional development, the application and materialization of a regional business plan and ways to fund it and the establishment of committees which will review the results of the regional development actions.

    [10] KLIMA IS ON A VISIT TO THESSALONIKI

    Austrian chancellor Victor Klima is on a visit to Thessaloniki today. He will meet with Greek minister of defense Akis Tsochatzopoulos at 4:30pm and they will discuss the Yugoslav crisis and the developments in the European Union.

    Austria is a member of the European Union troika as in the previous 6month period had the EU rotating presidency.

    [11] 50 GREEK SOLDIERS IN FYROM ON HUMANITARIAN MISSION

    A Greek military force of 50 men will go to Skopje to assist in the distribution of humanitarian aid in a refugee camp, 30 kilometers from Tetovo, stated Greek government spokesman Dimitris Reppas.

    On the likelihood of Kossovo refugees to be sent to south Albania, he stated that there was such a plan by the Albanian government but as soon as the Greek government became aware of it issued a demarche to the OSCE ambassador to Tirana and the plan was rejected.

    [12] THE GREEK GOVERNMENT SPOKESMAN ON THE ATTACK AGAINST A "DOCTORS OF THE WORLD" CONVOY

    It is a sad incident and fortunately there were no victims, commented Greek government spokesman Dimitris Reppas on the attack against a Doctors of the World convoy in Kossovo.

    He said that NATO has not assumed responsibility for the attack and the Greek foreign minister communicated twice with NATO secretary-general Javier Solana, who assured him that it was not an attack launched by the allied forces. Foreign minister Giorgos Papandreou requested that the inquiry on the incident must continue and stated that the Greek government want to learn what really happened. Mr. Reppas added that the Greek government had informed the NATO agencies over the Doctors of the World mission since April 30.

    [13] MR. SIMITIS WELCOMED THE DIPLOMATIC INITIATIVES FOR A POLITICAL SOLUTION IN KOSSOVO

    Prime minister Kostas Simitis welcomed every diplomatic initiative for a political solution in Kossovo.

    Mr. Simitis referred to the issue of the effects the NATO bombings of Yugoslavia could have on the Greek environment and stressed that there should be caution while reaching any conclusions. He also pointed out that no attention should be given to information channelled by the rivals of Greece in the sector of the economy that speak of problems with the Greek products as a result of the pollution.

    On the effects the crisis in Kossovo could have on the Greek tourism industry, Mr. Simitis said that Greece will ask for compensation by the responsible European Union bodies after there is an assessment of the damages caused to the country by the crisis in Yugoslavia.

    [B] INTERNATIONAL NEWS

    [14] OIL REFINERIES AND INDUSTRIAL SITES STRUCK BY NATO IN SERBIA

    NATO aircraft continued to pound Yugoslavia in relentless rhythms last night, targeting oil refineries and industrial sites throughout the beleaguered country.

    According to the state-owned news agency Tanjung, an oil refinery in the city of Prahovo was bombed, injuring one. Industrial sites in the city of Nis were also hit, resulting in extensive fires and repeated explosions.

    [15] FOREIGN MINISTERS FROM "GROUP OF EIGHT" TO DISCUSS KOSOVO

    The foreign ministers of the Group of Eight industrialized nations, including Russia, are to convene in Bonn today in order to discuss the Kosovo crisis and examine ways to settle the conflict.

    Specifically, the G-8 will discuss a plan which aims at a political solution through the immediate cessation of NATO's bombings against Yugoslavia and Belgrade's concurrent commitment that it will withdraw its military troops from Kosovo.

    [16] MPA PARTICIPATES IN HERMES TRADE EXPO IN NEW YORK TOMORROW

    The Macedonian Press Agency is to participate at the 7th Annual Business Development Trade Show and Exhibition in the United States (Hermes Expo International 1999) , to be held tomorrow and Saturday, (May 7-8) at the New York Hilton.

    The event is expected to give the opportunity to Greeks living on both sides of the Atlantic to consolidate their communication channels.

    This marks the first the MPA has the opportunity to take part in such an organized show, which will illustrate the agency's multifaceted activities in the media sector, and especially its singular commitment to the Greek community abroad.

    This year's event will also feature the participation of ventures from Albania, Romania and other Balkan countries.

    Greece's Undersecretary of Sports Andreas Fouras will inaugurate the event and has expressed the hope that the participation of the General Secretariat of Sports and representatives of the Greek business sector will contribute to the further advancement of Greek products and services in the U.S., as well as to the promotion of Greece's sports infrastructure, especially in light of the Athens-held Olympic Games of 2004.

    The Archbishop of America Spyridon will also attend the inauguration ceremony.

    Greek businesses interested in serving the needs of the Greek American community and establishing an initial strong foothold in the massive American market, the exhibition is certainly worth attending as a number of joint-venture seminars will be held, which can provide fertile ground for such investments.

    [17] HELLENIC PETROLEUM DEAL ENDORSED BY FYROM'S GOVERNMENT

    Hellenic Petroleum (ELPE) will be allowed to go ahead with the construction of an oil pipeline linking Thessaloniki with Skopje, after the government of FYROM approved the said agreement during a Cabinet session held yesterday.

    Specifically , the agreement calls for ELPE becoming the strategic investor of FYROM's OKTA refinery, with the investment being the largest ever in the neighboring country.

    The 90-million-dollar pipeline, which will have an annual capacity of 2.5 million tons and a length of 220 kilometers, is due for completion in three years.

    [18] GREEK TOBACCO FACTORY INAUGURATED IN BULGARIA

    A tobacco processing factory, owned by Greece's "Leaf Tobacco", was inaugurated yesterday in the Bulgarian city of Santaski, near the Greek border, by the vice-president of the Bulgarian government Alexander Bozkov, who is also the country's Minister of Industry.

    "Leaf Tobacco" purchased the plant in August 1998 from the shareholder "Struma", and has so far invested three million dollars, mostly in technical facilities.

    [19] UNHCR RECEIVES REPORTS OF ATROCITIES IN DJAKOVICA

    People fleeing western Kosovo into Albania were arriving with fresh reports of atrocities in the Djakovica area, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) stated yesterday.

    UNHCR said the reports from Djakovica had been so consistent and specific in detail that the region undoubtedly was one of the most violent in all of Kosovo, turning it at times into a virtual "killing field".

    According to UNHCR, One of the most vivid stories came from a young female nurse who reported that about two weeks ago three men in their 60s were executed with a single bullet to the head from close range. She was able to reach one man who was still alive, but was unable to help him.

    Meanwhile, UNHCR's struggle to relieve the congestion around Kukes, Albania, continued, as the agency said it was considering the closure or transfer of the tented refugee camps as one way to alleviate the bottleneck of refugees.

    UNHCR said around 100,000 refugees remained in the mountainous area, an estimated 30,000 in tents. UNHCR and the Albanian Government have always considered the Kukes area as a transit point for incoming refugees and not a semi-permanent settlement.

    On Tuesday a total of 3,260 people left Kukes, the majority staying only one night before moving south, as greater emphasis has been placed on this rapid movement through the town the last few days. A total of around 260, 000 people have now moved through this transit point inland, UNHCR said.

    [20] HELLENIC-SWEDISH PARLIAMENTARY ASSOCIATION MEETS TODAY

    The Parliamentary Association of Hellenic-Swedish Friendship is to hold its first meeting today at the premises of the Swedish Parliament, where Greece's Foreign Minister George Papandreou will present a salutation to the 75 members.

    The Association was founded two years ago by the Swedish deputy Nikos Papadopoulos, who is of Greek-descent, and with the encouragement of Mr. Papandreou and the Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs Grigoris Niotis.

    "The founding of this Association constitutes the beginning of a fundamental tie between Sweden and Greece, so that we may create friendly bonds between the two countries' parliaments," Mr. Papadopoulos told the Macedonian Press Agency.

    [21] OPTIMISM IN THE MEETING OF THE 7 RICHEST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD

    The attention of the international community has focused on Bonn where the meeting of the foreign ministers of the 7 richest countries and Russia takes place. Observers believe that an agreement reached by the 8 is possible to be the basis for a UN Security Council resolution that will include the terms for the settlement of the crisis in Yugoslavia.

    Earlier, US president Bill Clinton had stated that even if no agreement is reached today this can happen soon. The US president reiterated that NATO's demands are non negotiable.

    [22] PAPOULIAS HAS CONTACTS WITH THE YUGOSLAV LEADERSHIP IN BELGRADE

    Former Greek foreign minister Karolos Papoulias has a number of contacts with the Yugoslav leadership in Belgrade over the crisis in Kosovo. Mr. Papoulias is in the Yugoslav capital as the chairman of the Greek parliament foreign affairs and defense committee.

    Mr. Papoulias was scheduled to meet with Yugoslav foreign minister Zivadin Jovanovic and Serb president Milan Miludinovic, while he also had a meeting with Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic.

    Karolos Papoulias, in statements he made after the meeting he had in Belgrade with Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic, appeared optimistic over the atmosphere that is being created as a result of the diplomatic consultations taking place on the Yugoslav issue.

    The former Greek foreign minister stressed that there are indications that things go better and that efforts are being made for the change of the situation, a likelihood that can become obvious in the next few days. He stressed to the Yugoslav president the need for Belgrade to make concessions, while the two men also discussed the Schroeder plan that will be presented on Monday, as well as issues concerning the composition of the peace- keeping force and the withdrawal of the Yugoslav forces from Kosovo.

    In statements he had made earlier to Greek journalists in Belgrade, he stated that he will convey to the Yugoslav leadership the views and ideas of Greek prime minister Kostas Simitis over the crisis in Yugoslavia but he pointed out that he is not bringing with him a specific Greek proposal.

    He stated that he will deliver to Mr. Milosevic the message that there is a need for Belgrade to make certain concessions that are necessary for a feasible solution to the problem and pointed out that there will be an open agenda in the talks but added that the points he will examine are the composition and the character of the international peace-keeping force that could be deployed in Kosovo as well as the issue of the withdrawal of the Serb security forces from Kosovo.

    Referring to the role of Greece in the crisis, he pointed out that it focuses on issues of humanitarian aid and stressed that this role can not be unrelated to the diplomatic and political initiatives underway. The European Union knows and it has already been proven that Greece can play a special role in the region, added Mr. Papoulias.

    In conclusion, he said that he will brief prime minister Kostas Simitis and foreign minister Giorgos Papandreou on the content of his talks with the Yugoslav leadership.

    [23] 50 INTELLECTUALS FROM HUNGARY ISSUED AN APPEAL FOR THE END OF THE WAR

    Fifty intellectuals from Hungary issued an appeal for the immediate end of the war and bloodshed in the Balkans.

    They demand from NATO to stop the bombing and start negotiations immediately. They also believe that Hungary as a member of NATO must exercise its veto power and exert pressure on the allies in order to stop the crisis from spreading to the neighbouring countries with Yugoslavia.

    Finally, they call on the people who agree with them to participate in a peace march that will be held on Sunday, May 9 in Budapest.

    [24] FISCHER: SOLUTION IN YUGOSLAVIA BEFORE THE END OF MAY

    German foreign minister Joshka Fischer, speaking before the plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg as the chairman of the EU council of ministers, stated that a political solution to the problem in Yugoslavia will be found before the end of May.

    Mr. Fischer admitted that the crisis in Kosovo has shown that NATO can not substitute the United Nations.

    [25] THE G8 FOREIGN MINISTERS AGREED ON A PLAN FOR THE PROMOTION OF A SOLUTION IN KOSSOVO

    The foreign ministers of the seven most developed countries and Russia meeting in Bonn agreed on a formula that will lead to a peace plan for Kossovo.

    German foreign minister Joshka Fischer stated that the formula provides for an interim administration in Kossovo and the presence of an international effective force in the region that will protect the refugees as they return to their homes. Russian foreign minister representative Vladimir Rachmani stated that there was an agreement over a common strategy. He also stressed that NATO's five demands made to Yugoslavia will be further examined, while there will also be a demand for the issuing of a resolution by the UN Security Council.

    According to the initial information available, the plan includes certain basic principles such as the immediate end of hostilities, the withdrawal of the military forces from Kossovo, the deployment of an international force made up of military and non military units, the establishment of an administration the composition of which will be decided by the UN Security Council, the return of the refugees to their homes, the opening of a procedure for a viable self-administration in Kossovo within the borders of Yugoslavia.

    As it was pointed out, the wording of the plan constitutes a basis for negotiation as the formula will be delivered to the general secretaries of the foreign ministries of the G8 countries and China.

    [26] MILOSEVIC SPOKE OF A "FAIR AGREEMENT" AFTER THE MEETING WITH PAPOULIAS

    Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic stated today that a new "political process" could lead to a "fair agreement" for Kossovo, according to the Yugoslav news agency Tanjug.

    After the meeting he had in Belgrade with former Greek foreign minister Karolos Papoulias, he said that the basic principles on which a political agreement on Kossovo must be based are the equality of all ethnic communities in the region and the safeguarding of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Serbia and Yugoslavia.

    Mr. Milosevic concluded that a fair agreement on all unresolved issues can be achieved with a political procedure of direct negotiations that should provide for the end of the attacks, the restoration of peace and the return of the Yugoslav citizens to their homes.

    From his side, Mr. Papoulias stated that Greece wants to contribute to the restoration of peace in Yugoslavia as the only way for the development of the Balkans.


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