Hope on the Balkans Kosov@ Crisis 2000
Vuyovic announces adoption of Anti-terrorism bill
Belgrade, Tuesday -- Deputy Yugoslav Foreign Minister Nebojsa Vujovic at a today's press conference announced the adoption of an anti-terrorism bill. "Special forms of pressure from aggressor countries is instigating terrorism with an aim of causing insecurity of the citizens and damaging the unity of people and management of reconstruction of the country." He added that Yugoslavia would show she was as efficient in dealing with terrorism as she was at defending herself from aggression."
Vujovic warned that relations with "aggressor countries", could only be re-established when compensation was paid for the bombing, all sanctions were lifted, and all interference in Yugoslavia's internal matters was stopped.
He did not comment on the announced visit of the opposition leaders to Moscow because, he said, that was merely "a private matter".
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