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Comments: Milutinovic On the Agenda - 6 January, 2003 - News

Tribunal spokeswoman Florance Artman infuriated A interview with Florance Artman was published in Podgorica’s Publika. The Tribunal spokeswoman once again mentioned that the mandate of the Serbia President Milan Milutinovic had expired long ago, which made Milutinovic an ordinary Serbian citizen. The Hague is looking forward to the soonest extradition of Milutinovic to the Tribunal, and it also mentions the statement of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic saying that Milan Milutinovic would be arrested if he refused to surrender to the Tribunal on his own will

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