Publication: Monitor Volume: 2 Issue: 91

A Russian first deputy foreign minister yesterday handed to Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic a message from Russian president Boris Yeltsin. The document reaffirmed Moscow’s readiness to develop wide-ranging economic and political relations with the Yugoslav union of Serbia and Montenegro and its eagerness to participate in Balkan peace talks. Russian foreign minister Yevgeny Primakov will visit Belgrade at the end of May. (Itar-Tass, May 8)

Duma Committee Chairman Warns of Foreign Espionage Services.