- The Conference on the occasion of the 5th Anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accords ended in Dayton
- The International Conference on relations between B&H, Croatia and Yugoslavia ended in Zagreb
- The “Circle 99” organised a session today in Sarajevo
- Another accident in Austria: several people died in an avalanche near Innsbruck
The Conference on the occasion of the 5th Anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accords ended in Dayton today. A group of international experts proposed measures to the future US Administration for stability of former Yugoslavia. Immediate arrest of the indicted war criminals, Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic was requested. The Leader of the Kosovo Democratic Union, Ibrahim Rugova called for prolongation of NATO presence in the region. The ICTY Prosecutor, Carla del Ponte said that full co-operation between countries in the region would be necessary. According to one of the participants, SDP Chairman Zlatko Lagumdzija, the Dayton Peace Accords should be fully implemented. Reported by Gordana Frimel.
The International Conference on relations between B&H, Croatia and Yugoslavia ended in Zagreb today. According to participants, it can be objectively expected that governments of the three countries start mutual co-operation and partnership in the near future, Zeljka Lekic reported.
Results of the US Presidential Election are still not known. The Republican, George Bush is still leading.
At least four people died, and several are missing after an avalanche in Austria.
According to the police, at least two people died in new Israeli-Palestinian clashes.
The US President, Bill Clinton ended his three-day visit in Vietnam, announcing that the US would grant $200 million of aid for this country. Gordana Frimel produced the report.
The “Circle 99” organised a session today. On 10th November, several tombs were destroyed in the Jewish graveyard in Sarajevo. According to the Association of Independent Intellectuals “Circle 99”, this was an act of vandalism, directed against B&H. They demanded that culprits are found immediately. Reported by Sanjin Beciragic.
The project of distribution of land to refugees and the displaced, who currently live in Janja has not been realised yet. Refugees feel that this was just one of the pre-election empty promises, Tanja Gajic reported.
Privatisation of the tobacco factory in Mostar has been postponed until 11th January 2001. 61% of the state capital has been offered to bidders. Alisa Dzebo produced the report.
Reports on international tennis and local football were presented.