Representatives of the Bosnian and Yugoslav governments met in Sarajevo on 23 January for two days of talks on the return of refugees, Tanjug reported. The officials are to prepare a bilateral agreement on the voluntary return of refugees from both countries. The news agency quoted the Bosnian Ministry for Human Rights and Refugees, according to which 130,000 refugees from Bosnia are currently living in Yugoslavia, while some 6,200 displaced persons from Yugoslavia are living in Bosnia. UB
- Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
- © RFE/RL, Inc. All Rights Reserved.