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Macedonian Press Agency: News in English, 99-05-23

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


Last Update: 23:27 GMT+2

SECTIONS

  • [A] GREECE
  • [B] BALKANS

  • NEWS HEADLINES

    [A] GREECE

  • [01] POLITICAL LEADERS CONTINUE TO CAMPAIGN FOR EUROELECTIONS
  • [B] BALKANS

  • [02] YUGOSLAV FM : WE'RE READY FOR TALKS, BUT UNDER TWO TERMS
  • [03] MOST OF SERBIA IN THE DARK AGAIN AS NATO STRIKES POWER

  • NEWS IN DETAIL

    [A] GREECE

    [01] POLITICAL LEADERS CONTINUE TO CAMPAIGN FOR EUROELECTIONS

    Web Posted: 20:27 GMT+2
    Thessaloniki, 23/05/1999 (MPA) Prime Minister Costas Simitis is continuing his party's campaign for the imminent European Parliament elections, with a stopover at Patras tonight. Main opposition leader, New Democracy's Costas Karamanlis, is to address an open rally of supporters tomorrow in Central Greece, while other political party leaders are also touring the country.

    [B] BALKANS

    [02] YUGOSLAV FM : WE'RE READY FOR TALKS, BUT UNDER TWO TERMS

    Web Posted: 20:27 GMT+2
    Thessaloniki, 23/05/1999 (MPA) Yugoslav Foreign Minister Zivadin Jovanovic, in an interview to the Greek newspaper Macedonia, stated that Yugoslavia was ready to participate in the talks on Balkan settlement, but only after NATO ceases the bombing.

    "Of course, talks on peace cannot be held under conditions of war and destruction," he said. According to the minister, conditions for a normal course of the talks are Yugoslavia's participation in the work at a resolution that will be submitted to a U.N. Security Council meeting and cessation of the bombings. Mr. Jovanovic said that the removal of Fatos Nano from Albania's premiership post was part of NATO's planned attack against Yugoslavia.

    [03] MOST OF SERBIA IN THE DARK AGAIN AS NATO STRIKES POWER

    Web Posted: 20:27 GMT+2
    Belgrade, 23/05/1999 (MPA) A large part of Serbia has been without electric power since NATO aircraft hit thermo-electric power plants in Obrenovac with destructive shells during the early morning hours today. Serbia's power industry teams are presently trying to stabilize the power supplies system in the country. Among the targets of the NATO bombing overnight were the airport of Batajnica, Strazevica Hill, military facilities in Rakovica and the area between Surcin and Jakov.

    Complete archives of the Macedonian Press Agency bulletins are available on the MPA Home Page at http://www.mpa.gr/ and on the U.S. mirror at http://www.hri.org/MPA/


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