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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-05-17

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From: The Serbian Unity Congress Server at

MAY 17 1997 DAY


SARAJEVO - If we look carefully at the latest decision made by The Hague Tribunal (the case of Dusan Tadic), in the part referring to the time and structural category of the conflict in these areas, we can notice an obvious intention of the grand jury to cover up the essence of the problem, thus giving additional contribution to the blasphemy of law and history. While explaining the decision of its, The Hague Tribunal concluded, among other things, that the state bodies of Republika Srpska (RS) acted as 'the branch office' of the FR of Yugoslavia with a view to realising the idea of 'a Great Serbia', which resulted in a serious violation of the international humanitarian law. According to the opinion of the Hague's judges, after May 19, 1992 the conflict in B&H turns into a civil war with similar consequences in regard to the provisions of the international humanitarian law. The lawyer, Igor Pantelic, maintains inter alia in a SRNA's commentary titled 'The Blasphemy of Law and History' that there are different approaches noticeable in a great number of commentaries given on the decision.

AMSTERDAM - The city of Brcko still remains the major stumbling block in the post-Dayton B&H, because the requirements of the Serbs, Croats and Muslims in regard to the final resolution to the problem totally exclude one another and are extremely distanced one from another, and as such are seriously threatening to the breaking out of additional armed conflicts, conclude the Dutch media. 'The Muslims are formally insisting on the return of refugees out of their desire for getting an outlet to the Sava River with a view to developing trade, but basically this way they want to strengthen the territorial unity of B&H and weaken the entity boundary lines', concludes the famous commentator from Amsterdam, Karen Ferart adding: 'The Croatian side asks for a part of the Municipality for itself in a view of a special status inside the Federation of B&H. Although they are presently in a community with the Muslims, yet the Croats want to clearly determine their territories so that they would, in the event of disarming and seceding of the Herzeg-Bosnia, know exactly which parts they will be able to join to Croatia'.

PARIS - The French mountain climbers, Phelippe Arvice and Alain Rousset, were awarded medals of merits for the people in the RS Representative's Office in Paris. 'The awarded medals are a sign of the gratitude of the Serbian people to the two men who brought up a Serb flag on Mont Blanc after the brutal NATO air strikes on RS in 1995', pointed out Miodrag Jankovic, the head of the RS Representative's Office to France.


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