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SRNA REVIEW OF EVENING NEWS, April 9, 1996

Srpska Republica News Agency (SRNA) Directory

From: Mirjana Petrovic <almirja@cotton.vislab.olemiss.edu>

SARAJEVO - The president of Republika Srpska, Radovan Karad zic, stated in Pale that "there are no B-H governmental agencies" and that "they will be established only after elections in Srpska and the Croat/Muslim Federation". "I'm afraid that we are again victims of the manipulation which caused the war in the former B- H", Karadzic told SRNA while commenting on attempts that the Muslim government in Sarajevo, through work with international institutions, be proclaimed as a legitimate representative of all three nation in the former Bosnia. The president said that a RS delegation will attend the Donors Conference in Brussels on April 12 and 13, only if it receives an official invitation from the high representative of the international community, Carl Bildt.

SARAJEVO - The RS National Assembly president, Momcilo Krajisnik, and the deputy high representative, Michael Steiner, talked in Pale about the release of prisoners accused of war crimes. Talking about the coming Donors Conference in Brussels, Krajisnik stated after the meeting that there is a political game around conference which aim is to disqualify Srpska and expressed discontent with previous work of the international community in the field of humanitarian aid and aid for the reconstruction of Srpska.

SARAJEVO - The RS deputy minister of justice, Goran Neskov ic, stated that "three Muslims accused of crimes against Srpska were released today at 15:00 hrs". "We released them as a gesture of good will towards the international community and Carl Bildt, although we could have accused them of war crimes. We fulfilled the agreement while the Muslims did not release the civilians arrested in Grbavica", said Neskovic. In the presence of the deputy high representative, Michael Steiner, the following Mus lims were released: Hasan Hrnadovic, Kemal Alagic and Enver Krasic, accused of "espionage, armed rebellion and participation in an enemy army".

MRKONJIC GRAD - The following corpses were identified in Mr konjic Grad: Andja Drinic (1910), Ranko Nedeljko Kovacic (1975) and Branko Tegeltija (1952). An investigative judge of the Banja luka military court, Borisa Ilic, stated that 111 Serb corpses have been identified so far.

BELGRADE - The Muslim ambassador to London, Muhamed Filipov ic, stated that Alija Izetbegovic will lose power at the upcoming elections in the Croat/Muslim Federation. "Izetbegovic did not provide prosperity to his people but ruins, while dissident Haris Silajdzic has no chance to win the elections", said Filipovic in an interview given Belgrade's paper Telegraf.

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