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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-02-09

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


FEB. 9, 1997 DAY

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

SARAJEVO - The vice-president of Republika Srpska (RS) Dragoljub Mirjanic, expressed his belief that the "Arbitration Commission over the Inter-entity Boundary Line in the Area of Brcko will not bring a decision to provoke chaos and destabilisation, but its decision will be in line with the Dayton agreement".

DRAKULIC - In the community of Drakulic, near Banjaluka, a liturgy was served regarding the 55th anniversary of massacre of the Serbs from the villages of Sargovac, Motike, Drakulic and the Rakovac mine, killed on February 7, 1942 by Ustashe.

BEOGRAD - After a short illness, the Serb musical pedagogist and composer Vojin Komadina, died in Belgrade in his 64.

BEOGRAD - The president of Democratic Party (DS), Zoran Djindjic stated in Belgrade that "Serbia will not calm down until all injustices are corrected and until democracy wins. On Tuesday evening the Serbian Assembly should vote on Law recognising the electoral results, which was proposed by Milosevic, and this event should only serve as an opportunity for Milsoevic to withdraw and calculate how to retake what he has recently lost".

ROME - The Italian media are focusing their attention on the escalation of clashes between the Croats and Muslims in Mostar, the city which is still shaken by explosions, according to ANSA. In referring to IPTF report, ANSA says all seven explosions, which were heard on February 7, in Mostar, are ascribed Zoran Djindjic stated in Belgrade that Serbia to unknown perpetrators from the Muslims part of the city.

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