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Protests in Serbia Archive
Odraz B92 Daily News Service

    ODRAZ B92, Belgrade                             Daily News Service

    Odraz B92 vesti (by 4 PM), March 18, 1997

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    NEWS BY 4 PM


    US officials in Washington on Tuesday said that the Agreement on
    Special Relations between Yugoslavia and Republika Srpska was
    unacceptable to the US Government at this time. They added that
    Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic had been repeatedly warned
    that such a step should not be taken until full diplomatic
    relations had been established between Yugoslavia and Bosnia and
    Herzegovina, as required by the Dayton Agreement.


    Following Monday's meeting between the French and Yugoslav foreign
    ministers, French Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesman Jacques
    Rimelar gave the following statement to Radio B92:

    ``We were happy to meet Mr Milutinovic in Paris. The visit came
    two weeks after that of the Zajedno leaders and demonstrates that
    France is not taking sides in internal affairs of Serbia. In
    accordance with its traditional friendship with Serbia, France is
    interested in the development of democratic processes. Zajedno
    have demanded that the Gonzales recommendations be implemented.
    The Serbian authorities wanted the Gonzales report and took
    responsibility for its implementation. What we want is the
    development of the process and the OSCE is able to play a certain
    role in that: it can give advice and be guarantor and monitor of
    the process of democritasition.''

    ``We also discussed the possible opening of a European Union
    office in Pristina and the agreement between Yugoslavia and
    Republika Srpska. We want Karl Bildt's opinion to be respected.''


    The US administration has confirmed that five American ships which
    have been impounded in American ports since the introduction of
    international sanctions against Yugoslavia would soon be released
    and would sail in early May. Official confirmation has been sent
    to the Yugoslav Embassy in Washington and to the Prime Minister of


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    Prepared by: Goran Dimitrijevic
    Edited by: Steve Agnew

    ODRAZ B92, Belgrade                             Daily News Service
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