PRESS REVIEW FROM SLOVENIA, JANUARY 9, 1992 (STA)
Ljubljana, 9 January - DELO: Undermining of peace - The helicopter that was shot down thus causing death of all the members of the European Monitoring Mission that were aboard, might prove to be a hard bargain for Belgrade as well as for all those who want to prolong the existence of Yugoslavia by hook or by crook. Abroad this act is more or less rationalized in terms of undermining of the peace process. The dilemma as to who might benefit the most from this act of violence is still unresolved, writes Mr. Goran Moravček in the editorial, but surmises that objectively it can only suit Dr. Milan Babić, who is the only one that vigorously opposes the advent of the UN peace keeping forces. He adds that the Belgrade leaders might use the shooting down of the helicopter and the freeze in the cease-fire as a proof, intended for their own people in Serbia and Krajina, that they did not betray the Serbian minority in Croatia. As for Croatia, it is hoped there that the shooting down of the helicopter is a shot in the dark, ends his commentary Mr. Goran Moravček.
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