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Care for refugees, displaced people drains Yugoslavia

Total direct and indirect damage caused by sanctions and bombardment of Yugoslavia is 250 billion US dollars, what additionally hinders the situation of refugees from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and displaced persons from Kosovo and Metohija
Insufficient aid of international community
Insufficient aid of international community
The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has called for 71 million dollars for the programs it plans to carry out in Yugoslavia this year, what is the biggest amount that the this agency asked for since its deployment in FRY MORE

Directorate for National Renewal Director Milutin Mrkonjic toured a construction site in Cuprija, where Energoprojekt is striving to complete apartments for citizens left homeless in the NATO aggression by the deadline of Dec 16 MORE

"Serbs to Serbs" Association from Australia, founded during the NATO aggression on FR Yugoslavia, presented the Institute for Maternal and Child Care with the most modern ultra-sound device worth 60,000 DM MORE

The experts who participated in the symposium "Ecologic and health consequences of air strikes on Yugoslavia" pointed out to the series of diseases which can be expected to appear as consequence of long term effect of the air, water and land pollution MORE

Envoy of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, MP Karolj Kasas opened a new road bridge across the Uvac river in Kokin Brod, near Uzice, central Serbia MORE

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