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BosNet NEWS / April 2, 1996

From: Nermin Zukic <n6zukic@SMS.BUSINESS.UWO.CA>

Bosnia-Herzegovina News Directory

From: Nermin Zukic <n6zukic@SMS.BUSINESS.UWO.CA>

Subject: BosNet NEWS / April 2, 1996


CONTENTS

  • [01] B-H BECAME MEMBER OF WORLD BANK

  • [02] PERRY AT CONFERENCE ON SOUTH BALKANS SECURITY

  • [03] BLOCKED BORDERS ON B-H FEDERATION SOUTH

  • [04] BOMB THROWN AT BAJRAKLI MOSQUE


  • [01] B-H BECAME MEMBER OF WORLD BANK

    Sarajevo, April 1,1996 (Press TWRA)

    Republic B-H today officially became the member of the World Bank. The Prime Minister Muratovic, in the presence of the World Bank President James Wolfhenson, signed three agreements worth $75 millions. This three unconditional credits for reconstruction of B-H were intended for B-H transport, agriculture and waterpower. The rest of the resources for the reconstruction of B-H will be secured on the donator's conference which soon will be held in Brussels, informed Prime Minister Muratovic. (end) S.K.


    [02] PERRY AT CONFERENCE ON SOUTH BALKANS SECURITY

    Tyrana, April 1,1996 (Press TWRA)

    W. Perry, US Defence Minister who is on his European tour, today is present on the conference on the South Balkans security. In his speech Perry stated that NATO is a base of European security and that it undertakes a great efforts "to establish the special cooperation with Russia which for 3OO years has been the key factor of European security". Perry reminded of Marshal's plan which after IInd World War helped the reconstruction of West Europe and emphasized that B-H is at this point turning to be the key factor for the creation of Marshal's Europe. Ministers of Albania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Italy and Macedonia are present at the conference. (end) S.K.


    [03] BLOCKED BORDERS ON B-H FEDERATION SOUTH

    Mostar, April 1,1996 (Press TWRA)

    Today between 1O:OO a.m. and 1:OO p.m. the Association of transporters of "Herzeg-Bosnia" blocked the borders with Republic Croatia. The reason for the blockade is that Austria, and from time to time Italy and Slovenia too, does not allow the vehicles with Herzeg-Bosnia plates enter. Today's blockade of the borders related only to vehicles with B-H plates. The B-H Federation deputy minister of traffic Pavao Boban claims that according to Washington accord, as a transitional period, the existing administrative solution will be in effect until the new one adopted, so that "Herzeg Bosnia" plates are still legitimate. He expects that official note will be sent from Sarajevo to Austria to confirm legitimacy of "Herzeg-Bosnia" plates in Federation and international traffic. The transporters threatened that if in two days time the ban on access to EU countries is not lifted they will continue to block all border passes with Republic Croatia. (end) S.K.


    [04] BOMB THROWN AT BAJRAKLI MOSQUE

    Belgrade, April 1,1996 (Press TWRA)

    On Saturday evening in the court of Bajrakli mosque, in the center of Belgrade, was thrown the bomb. One Arab student was wounded, and windows of the mosque and sourounding buildings. According to the eyewitness statement while he was standing with few other people in front of the mosque the young men came to them and asked weather they were Muslims. Then he pulled out the gun, started to insult them, then pulled out the bomb from his pocket and throw it to the court. Bajrakli mosque is one of the oldest buildings in Belgrade and as such protected by the law. In the last four years the bombs were thrown two times at the mosque and fire was planted two times. (end) S.K.

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