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World IN BRIEF : BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA : Serbia Threatens Break Over Rejection

From Times Staff and Wire Services

Serbia, facing the prospect of stiffer sanctions, said it would sever relations with the Bosnian Serbs if they continue to reject the latest international peace plan. The Bosnian Serbs said their self-declared parliament will meet in Pale today to debate calling a referendum on whether to accept the peace plan drawn up by the United States, Russia, Britain, Germany and France. The threat to sever ties came in a letter from the government of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic that slammed the Serbs in neighboring Bosnia-Herzegovina for their continued rejection of the peace plan.


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