YELTSIN CALLS FOR SUMMIT ON SARAJEVO.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 78
Russian presidentBoris Yeltsin told an interviewer that world leaders should meetthis fall to deal with Yugoslavia, Russian media reported August19. Russian diplomats said that such a meeting would allow Yugoslaviato "enter 1996 leaving wars and conflicts behind," Russianradio reported the same day. Such a meeting, the diplomats said,could help overcome the "anti-Serb" mood in the West. Meanwhile, a commentary in the nationalist paper Zavtra (no.32) suggested that the United States was using Bosnia to set theMuslims against Russia and that Germany now had "full riditself of complexes" about using its power abroad.