Kostunica “regrets” Milosevic’s detention

The Hague Tribunal is an institution which applies the international law selectively, predominantly accusing political and military leaders of one people, namely, those of Serbs, Yugoslav President Voijislav Kostunica has told the Belgrade’s BK television network. At that, Mr. Kostunica emphasized it with compunction that the US administration’s ultimatum to arrest former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic before March 31st should not have been carried out “since times of the language of ultimatums are gone.” Speaking of future relations between Serbia and Montenegro and a likely secession of Montenegro from Yugoslavia, Mr. Kostunica has expressed hope the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia will continue to exist. Should it come to secession, the decision taken by the people of Montenegro, will be honoured, President Kostunica added. One can gather from Mr. Kostunica’s latest statements that he can hardly be noted for much firmness of consistency.


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