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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-02-27

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


FEB. 27, 1997 DAY

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

SARAJEVO - The Council of Ministers of the Dayton B-H, began its seventh session in Lukavica, to discuss draft laws from the "quick start package" - pertaining to external debt, foreign trade and budget. The Council co- president from Republika Srpska (RS), Boro Bosic, said ministers would consider laws on passport, citizenship, and law on alternate of absent Presidency member.

PRIJEDOR - The head of the RS Army Genral Staff, general Pero Colic, solemnly put the corner-stone of the future military barrack in the community of Bistrica, near Omarska.

DOBOJ - The international community allowed 160 requests for return of Muslim families to the Muslim village of Sevarlije and 42 to Potocane, villages in the zone of separation within the Doboj area, stated the SFOR Nordic-Polish Brigade spokesman, major Magnus Edvinson, at a press conference in Doboj. He explained that the plan of moving Muslim families in the Doboj bordering areas "was not secret, but some details needed to be worked out", thus indirectly admitting that the plan was drawn-up in SFOR base in Doboj.

DOBOJ - The IPTF spokesman in Tuzla, Andre Anjeli, confirmed that RS Police, while checking the traffic in the Celic-Brcko road, confiscated "kalashnikov" semi-automatic gun with ammunition from Ibrahim (Mustafa) Ljajic, and that "the gun and ammunition were handed over to the Lopari police station", stated Anjeli.

SARAJEVO - Two Muslim men, for whose homicide Sretko Damjanovic was sentenced to death by court in Muslim part of Sarajevo in 1993, are alive, announced Damjanovic's attorney Branko Maric. "The purported victims - brothers Asim and Kasim Belkic, live in Sarajevo", says Maric, who stated that he would ask for renewal of the process. Damjanovic was sentenced by Muslim court in Sarajevo in 1993, because of alleged murder of Belkic and "three other Muslims".

VUKOVAR - The US Ambassador to Croatia, Peter Galbright, stated in Vukovar that Croatia, "would be excluded from the EU membership, unless it meets its obligations, stipulating from the membership". He added that "after UNTAES leaves, the international community would closely monitor the situation in the Srem- Baranja District.

VUKOVAR - The newest list of 161 residents of Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Srem who were not amnestied, presented yesterday by Croatian government, and published by "Vecernje Novosti", was the fabrication, intended for additional pressures and intimidation of the Serbs in he District, stated one of "listed" residents of Vukovar, who pointed out that the Croats "sent such allegedly official lists every day to Vukovar, Ilok, Beli Manastir and other centres, but not address them to the UN administrator, Jack Clain and UNTAES offices".

HAMBURG - The German and French representatives of IFOR used their mission in this region, in a way that they conditioned the arms delivery to the B-H Federation upon dumping nuclear waste in caves in the Federation. This was revealed by British "Strategic Policy", claiming that this was agreed upon by Alija Izetbegovic and German and French governments.

BONN - The reporters of the German political TV-magazine "Monitor" discovered that the German intelligence Service (BND) smuggled arms for Muslim forces in the Federation of B-H, and infiltrated its agents into neutral observing missions. In at least three cases, since 1993, German intelligence was included in EU missions to carry out its tasks, claim reporters, adding that the names of spies are known.

SARAJEVO - The Mostar mayor, Ivan Prskalo, did not accept the IPTF report on events in Mostar from February 10, considering it "favours the Muslim party", reports Croatian Radio Herzeg- Bosnia. "Without underestimation of the Commission commitment, I think that this report is not comprehensive, so the Croatian side cannot accept it", said Prskalo.

ZAGREB - One of Mostar mafia leaders, Mladen Naletic Tuta, was arrested in Split, while arrest warrant was issued against another criminal, who together with Naletic, organised a series of attacks at Muslim residents of Western Mostar. "Croat police started arrests of Mostar mafia members, in order to ease tensions in the city", writes the Zagreb paper "Vijesnik".

ZAGREB - The foreign minister of the Federation of B-H, Jadranko Prlic, stated that Croatian side is not satisfied with IPTF report in which the Croats are accused of recent incidents in Mostar, and that he would ask revision of the report. "This is not the first time that the international community is blaming only one side without arguments", concluded Prlic.

PARIS - The chaos in Mostar can mark the end of Croat-Muslim Federation, concluded the "Mond", sharing an opinion of western diplomats that the fate of the divided city is of the greatest importance for future of the B-H peace process.

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