Slobodan Markovic on Sun, 4 Apr 1999 11:38:03 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> More broken connections...

    More mess with hardly predictable consequences in Yugoslavia...

    First, tonight NATO tried to destroy the bridge that connects 
    Yugoslavia and Croatia. The bridge is only damaged, but I'm 
    sure NATO will finish this pointless mission - destroying bridges
    between nations never was a good thing...

    Second, yesterday night SFOR troops from Bosnia blown away the 
    only railroad connection between Serbia and Montenegro. Since that 
    railroad was built during ex-SFRY period, its tiny part is passing 
    through Bosnian territory (because of better ground configuration).

    SFOR troops, which were supposed to keep peace in Bosnia, first 
    killed guardian of the railroad station (he was Bosnian Serb and 
    thus citizen of Bosnian federation) and then blown away the rail.

    Behaving like that, SFOR SERIOUSLY endangered its peacekeeping 
    mission in Bosnia and made Bosnian Serbs even more angry. I just 
    cannot realise why NATO is trying to burn fire in Bosnia again?


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