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BosNet NEWS: (July 4, 1996)

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From: Adnan Smajlovic <asmaj@spectranet.ca>


CONTENTS

  • [01] PLAVSIC CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SRPSKA
  • [02] FRY FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES SHOULD BE FROZEN
  • [03] OPERATION tRETURNv FINISHED
  • [04] IKEDA AND KLESTIL ABOUT BH

  • [01] PLAVSIC CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SRPSKA

    Belgrade, July 4, 1996 (Press TWRA)

    Belgrade independent radio tStudio Bv reported R. Karadzic will not candidate for President of the Republic of Srpska on the forthcoming BH elections. According to BH Serbs sources, tStudio Bv claims SDS Presidential candidate will be Biljana Plavsic, Momcilo Krajisnik will be candidate for the joint BH Presidency, and present Foreign Minister of Republic Srpska Aleksa Buha will be candidate for the President of Republic Srpska Assembly. (end) S.K.

    [02] FRY FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES SHOULD BE FROZEN

    Ljubljana, July 4, 1996 (Press TWRA)

    On the last, third round of negotiations between Slovenian commission charged for legal succession of the former SFRY and representative of international community for the succession affairs, Sir A. Watts, regarding the division of real estate, financial sources and clearing-dollar bills, Slovenia requested frozening of all ex-YU foreign-exchange reserves until the conclusion of the discussion on succession. Slovenian representative Miran Mejak pointed out tpositions of Belgrade concerning the issue of succession are unacceptable, so Badinter Commission results concerning the equality of all ex-Yu states to be legal heirs should be taken into considerationv. Delegations of BH, Croatia, Macedonia and FRY are expected to participate in the next week negotiations with Sir Watts in Brussels. (end) S.K.

    [03] OPERATION tRETURNv FINISHED

    Velika Kladusa, July 4, 1996 (Press TWRA)

    By ceremonious landing of the flags of the countries-members of a tripartite commission - BH, Croatia and Turkey - the action named tReturnv has been officially concluded in Velika Kladusa. During a 7-month lasting action, police forces enabled return of 18.000 refugees to Velika Kladusa from the camp of Kuplensko where they have been sheltered since summer 1995. tWithin this mission, by the activity of the joint police forces from the three countries, we ensured conditions for a safe life and work to all citizens who returned to their homes and also showed to the international community that police units in whole Europe form a united system and are able to successfully fulfill all police duties, no matter of actual political differencesv, Minister of Internal, Avdo Hebib stated, after expressing thankfulness to Turkish and Croatian Ministers of defense. Some 1.200 refugees have still remained in the camp who should decide, during the next week, where to go, Croatian Minister Jarnjak said. (end) S.K.

    [04] IKEDA AND KLESTIL ABOUT BH

    Vienna, July 4, 1996 (Press TWRA)

    After his visit to BH, Japanese Foreign Minister Yukihiko Ikeda met in Vienna with Austrian President, Thomas Klestil. The situation in BH was the main topic of their negotiations. Japanese Minister also said he considered the forthcoming BH elections as very important, hoping they would be successfully implemented. Austria and Japan are sharing the same opinion concerning the importance of IFOR presence in BH in order to ensure the stability in the region. Ikeda informed Austrian President about a sum of 35 million $ (out of 130 million $) offered to BH Government as a help that Japanese government allotted to BH for this year. (end) S.K.
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