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Koštunica & the Miloševic Kidnapping

[The following email was translated from the Serbo-Croatian by Professor of Linguistics Peter Maher.]

From: "Miroslav Antic"

Subject: [SIM] Kostunica himself was for extradition

Vice-President of the Government of Serbia Darko Korac claims:

Koštunica himself was for extradition

BEOGRAD (Beta) - Vice-President of the Government of Serbia Darko Korac announced that the members of DOS insisted at all meetings on full collaboration with the Hague tribunal and that Yugoslav President Kostunica took part in these meetings.

In a declaration of Radio France International in the Serbian language Korac said that problems arose about the legal regulation of that collaboration, adding that at one DOS meeting there was open discussion about extraditing Milosevic and that Kostunica was not opposed.

"At that meeting there were more than 20 people and there are many eye witnesses to Kostunica being in agreement with Milosevic's extradition, Korac said."





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