REVIEW OF THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS IN SLOVENIA BETWEEN AUGUST 9 AND AUGUST 15 1992
Ljubljana, 16 August - The situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina was last week once again in the foreground of domestic and foreign attention and with this the Resolution of the Security Council on Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Conference on Yugoslavia in Brussels, at which the representatives of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, and the uninvited Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Milan Panić, took part. Slovenia joined the wave of general indignation and shock at the televised pictures of concentration camps. In addition to the fact that all parties involved in the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina are trying to deny any guilt whatsoever, the delegate to the Slovenian Assembly, Vitomir Gros, has accused Prime Minister Drnovšek of being responsible for the forming of the camps.
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