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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-02-01

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From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at http://www.suc.org


FEB. 1, 1997 DAY

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA - Upon the invitation by the State Department, last night a delegation of Republika Srpska (RS), which is headed by RS vice-president, Dragoljub Mirjanic, left for Washington where it is expected to talk within the next days with US officials about the current arbitration over the inter-entity boundary line in the area of Brcko. The RS foreign minister, Aleksa Buha, a RS member of the arbitration panel on inter-entity boundary line in the area of Brcko, Vitomir Popovic and the head of the Brcko Municipal Assembly, Miodrag Pajic also comprise this delegation.

ZVORNIK - The head of the Police Station in Zvornik, colonel Dragomir Vasic, stated that in the future a RS police department comprised of 20 policemen and a commander will exist in the village of Mahala, controlling this area for 24 hours daily. "Policemen armed with pistols and sticks will be assigned to register the entire population within the first three days, especially, those fit for military service, and then to check all permissions issued by the International Commission on settling the inter- entity zone of separation", said Vasic.

THESSALONIKI - The RS vice-president Velibor Ostojic, and the minister for education, science and culture, Stevan Stevic, talked separately in Thessaloniki with the mayor of this city, Konstantin Kozmopulos and the Greek minister of culture, Evangelos Venizelos, about the cultural cooperation between the two countries. "This is the continuation of our talks with Greek officials, which were commenced on January 30, 1997 on the occasion of the opening of a cultural manifestation called 'Thessaloniki - the cultural capital of the Balkan states' in Thessaloniki when RS also became the member of this organisation", stated Ostojic.

HAMBURG - The deadline for the return of 340,000 refugees from the Dayton B&H, who are presently living in Germany, will be probably prolonged, DPA cites the Berlin paper Welt am Sonntag. According to his source, the omissions on the part of the German Ministry of Internal Affairs and bureaucracy faults made by EU's authorised bodies are the reason for prolonging of the deadline.

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