MOSCOW DENOUNCES SARAJEVO ATTACK.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 84
The Russian foreign ministry denounced the latest attack on Sarajevo but said thatthe success of upcoming talks would depend primarily on willingnessof the Bosnian government to make concessions, Russian radioand television reported August 28. Meanwhile, Yeltsin’s chiefof staff told journalists that resolutions calling for Moscowto lift sanctions against Serbia and impose them against Croatiapassed by the Duma August 12 have not yet reached President Yeltsin’s desk.
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