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Srpska Republika News Agency (SRNA), 97-07-01

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


JULY 1 1997 EVENING

NEWS REVIEW, REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

SARAJEVO - The Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) Main board is in a joint session with the Republika Srpska (RS) Government officials and top leaders, to discus the current political situation in Republika Srpska (RS). Following an extensive debate, the SDS Main Board concluded the following: "The SDS Main Board supports attitudes of the RS Government to protect the constitutional and legal position of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and suspend implementation of related unconstitutional solutions brought by the RS president."

SARAJEVO - The RS president Biljana Plavsic stated in her addressing to Serb public that, after elections, at which the RS people entrusted the SDS the role of leadership "all our deeds and misdeeds, successes and failures have been under the critical eye of the people, who know how to analyse and conclude things. All that wrong and dishonourable I used to justify by conditions imposed by war and sanctions", stated the RS president, and added that "based upon my constitutional authorisations, I must say the truth, after nine months of my presidentship, about the over-all internal and foreign political situation in our country".

BANJALUKA - The RS president Biljana Plavsic held a press conference in Banjaluka where she denied reports according to which after she was allegedly detained at the Belgrade airport, upon her arrival from Great Britain, she left for Banjaluka from Bijeljina by SFOR helicopter. President Plavsic distributed to journalists the documentation on the operations of the "Selekt- Imens" and "Centrex" enterprises, and red out a letter she forwarded to the SDS Main Board.

SARAJEVO - The B-H Presidency reached an agreement on a preliminary number of diplomatic-consular bureaus, and further discussed their structure and organisation. "We need to agree a final number, because the existing number of embassies should be reduced, stated the president in the B-H Presidency from RS, Momcilo Krajisnik, and added that many issues remained unresolved. The Presidency members also met with the US envoy for the Balkans, Robert Galbard, and US ambassador Robert Bicroft, to summarise the results of the talks held over the past three days.

SARAJEVO - The minister for civil affairs and telecommunications in the Council of Ministers, Spasoja Albijanic, talked in Pale with a Swiss delegation on possibilities of repair of the telecommunication system and establishment of telecommunication linkages between RS and Federation of B- H. Following his meeting with the delegation, led by the Swiss ambassador to Sarajevo, Christian Hausvirtz, minister Albijanic stated that "the common estimation is that the technical and technological level of RS telecommunication system is very low, i.e. does not meet even minimal needs conditions for operations."

SARAJEVO - The US special envoy for the Balkans, Robert Galbard, assessed, following his three-day visit to RS and Federation of B-H, that there was a good reason for optimism, but also there were some worrying issues. At a press conference in Sarajevo Galbard stated he appreciated the signature by all three parties of an agreement with the London Club, which meant that they secured extremely favourable conditions for debt servicing. "Even though it is just an agreement in principal, it will be beneficial for all three parties in B-H, and will facilitate the infrastructure reconstruction", he stated.

ZVORNIK - SFOR has set up check points and checked passengers and their vehicles and buses at the Zvornik-Pale road, on several occasions.

VUKOVAR - The UNTAES representative for public relations in Vukovar announced that the regime of the crossing of the Sremsko- Baranjski District - FR Yugoslavia border remained unchanged.

PRISTINA - The issue of the Kossovo and Metohija is the internal matter of the Republic of Serbia, and the internalisation of this issue is unnecessary, especially in regard of significant partiality shown by the international community, stated the vice-president of the Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS), Ljubisa Vucic.

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