USA for redefinition of Yugoslav federation

Blic - 19.01.2002

Washington - USA is still hoping that Montenegro and Serbia will settle the conflict 'within redefined Yugoslavia'. 'This stance of USA administration has not changed', James Dobbins former American envoy to the Balkans said in his statement to the Voice of America Radio.

250 mills of Dollars for reforms

Blic - 19.01.2002

Belgrade - 'The World Bank is impressed with the results of Yugoslav and Serbian transition', Christian Portman, director of the World Bank for Yugoslavia and also coordinator for the Southeastern Europe said at yesterday's press conference.

Help of 13 mills of Euros

Blic - 18.01.2002

Belgrade - Italian President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi met in Belgrade yesterday with his Yugoslav counterpart Vojislav Kostunica and Prime Ministers of Serbia and Montenegro, Zoran Djindjic and Filip Vujanovic. Yugoslav President Kostunica said after talk with Ciampi that he expected that 'agreement ...

Kostunica for 'Spanish type' of decentralization

Blic - 18.01.2002

Rome - In his statement to Italian press, Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica said that decentralization of power that exists in Spain. Could be a model for future relations in Yugoslav federation. He also said that Kosovo would continue to be under protectorate for some time more what, as ...

Talks on Yugoslavia next week

Blic - 18.01.2002

Podgorica - American Ambassador in Yugoslavia William Montgomery said to Srna agency yesterday that Belgrade-Podgorica talks about the future of Yugoslav federation with the presence of EU representative would be continued in a week time.

Presidents of Yugoslavia and Montenegro in contact

Blic - 16.01.2002

Podgorica - DPS spokesman Igor Luksic said yesterday that Podgorica was ready to immediately invite Belgrade for talks about the future of Yugoslav federation. 'I still do not know the precise date. January 16 and 18 were mentioned as possible dates, but in that context probably occurred contact ...