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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-02-28

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


FEB. 28, 1997 DAY

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BEOGRAD - The president of the B-H Presidency, Mocmilo Krajisnik and president of FR Yugoslavia, Zoran Lilic, today signed an agreement in Belgrade on special parallel relations between RS and FR Yugoslavia. This agreement is consistent with the Dayton agreement, i.e. its part on establishment of special relations between RS and Yugoslavia.

DOBOJ - Regarding illegal Muslim moving into the village of Hodzici, in RS territory, the head of the Doboj Police, Vlado Djurdjevic, sent a letter of protest to SFOR and IPTF in Doboj, warning that about thirty Muslims who settled the area, among whom six policemen, enabled Serb policemen to, together with SFOR and International police, mark the inter-entity boundary line, near the village of Hodzici.

ZVORNIK - The head of the Zvornik Police, Dragomir Vasic, stated that the process of issuing identity cards for the residents of the villages of Mahala, Dugi Do and Jusici is not unfolding as planned due to obstructions by the mentioned Muslims. He explained to SRNA that 150 persons from the Federation of B-H live in these three villages of the Zvornik, and some of them stay in the villages from time to time, thus evading obtaining RS personal documents.

PARIS - The Shoros Foundation, famous for its donations to opponents of the Eastern European governments, invested from the beginning of war $ 1,500, 000 in cultural and publishing projects of the Bosnian Muslims, writes the Paris "Mond".The US Hungarian, George Shoros, financed numerous tours of eminent foreign artists in Sarajevo, as well as Muslim so-called cultural workers' trips abroad, where they propagated hatred against the Serbs. After the war, Shoros dollars started reaching RS, the purpose of which is an intention of spreading idea of unitary B- H.

BEOGRAD - If the presidential elections are held in Serbia, Slobodan Milosevic would have chances to defeat only the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) leader, Vuk Draskovic, concludes "Dnevni Telegraf" on the base of a poll conducted by director of the Belgrade Institute for Social Sciences, Srbobran Brankovic.

DISELDORF - A process against 50 year-old Serb Nikola Jorgic, accused of alleged genocide against the Muslims in the former B-H started in Diseldorf, reports AFP. The indictment charges Jorgic for arrests and killing of Muslim residents of Doboj, in time between May and September 1992.

BEOGRAD - UN spokesman in Belgrade, Susan Manuel, stated that in the first three weeks of February, 1,836 Serb families moved from the Serbian District of Eastern Slavonija, Baranja and Western Srem. "I think, that the number does not reflect the real situation in the District, because monitors on borders check how many people left the District, but not how many returned", added Manuel.

ZAGREB - The US ambassador to Croatia, Peter Galbright, asked, on behalf of the US Government, that Croatia exercise its influence on Mostar Croats and their political representatives, with the aim at normalising the situation in the city, reports Muslim Radio-Sarajevo.

VATICAN - Pope John Paul the Second will arrive to Sarajevo on April 12, and his return to Vatican is scheduled for April 13, confirmed Vatican spokesman, Joakin Navaro Vals. "While fulfilling its great wish, Pope wanted to encourage the Catholic community in the whole of B-H", explained Vals.

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