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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 16, 1992 - Page 7
S--<K European recognition of former

republics deals blow to

Yugoslavia

ZAGREB, Yugoslavia (AP) -
Slovenia and Croatia won European
recognition yesterday, dealing a
death blow to the long-crumbling
Yugoslav federation seven months
and thousands of deaths after
the two republics declared indepen-
dence.
The Serb-dominated federal gov-
ernment in Belgrade protested, but
people in the two new states re-
joiced as much as their suffering
from Yugoslavia's civil war al-
lowed.
The practical effect of Europe's
recognition on efforts to end the
war between Croat forces and Serb

Politically, the recognition an- As night fell in Zagreb, the
nounced yesterday by the 12-mem- Croatian capital, automatic weapons
ber European Community in Brus- were fired into the air to celebrate
sels, Belgium was a victory for and 1,000 people gathered in Jelacic
Croatia and Slovenia, which de- Square, waving Croatian flags and
clared independence June 25. singing patriotic songs. Thousands
'It is deplorable that a country that was
divided for 50 years ... should try to destroy
our country's unity by promoting inequality
and unilateral secession.'
-Serbian Foreign Minister Vladislav Jovanovic

luminated by candles in memory of
the Croatian dead.
"For many of my buddies, recog-
nition came too late," said Ad-
mir Kazaferovic, 23, a mournful
Croatian soldier.
The Serb-dominated federal gov-
ernment, stripped of most power by
the republics, protested that recog-
nition went counter to the
"sovereign rights of Yugoslavia."
Serbian Foreign Minister
Vladislav Jovanovic assailed Ger-
many.
"It is deplorable that a country
that was divided for 50 years :..
should try to destroy our country's
unity by promoting inequality and
unilateral secession," he said in an
interview published yesterday in the
French daily Le Monde.
Serbia, long the dominant Yu-
goslav republic, has been hit hard by
European sanctions. The European
Community considers Serbia the ag-
gressor in the war.
The economic hardship and disen-
chantment have undermined support
for Serbian President Slobodan
Milosevic, who has responded by
toning down his hawkish stance.

irregulars and the Serb-dominated
federal army was not clear.
Fighting has subsided because of
a U.N.-mediated truce, which held
yesterday in Croatia for a 13th day.
Some European officials worried
that recognition of Croatia and
Slovenia could provoke Serbia into
fighting harder to control Serb en-
claves in Croatia and other re-
publics. Some leading Serbs said
recognition could help them by
leading inevitably to the creation of
a smaller, Serb-led Yugoslavia.

After a brief war in Slovenia,
which claimed a few dozen lives, the
federal army withdrew and focused
its might on Croatia, where since
early July it has helped Serb rebels
capture about a third of the repub-
lic's territory.
President Milan Kucan of Slove-
nia, who turned 51 yesterday, de-
scribed recognition of his nation
bordering Austria, Italy and Hun-
gary as "the best birthday present
ever."

of people packed a cathedral for a
Mass of thanksgiving, and Croatian
TV broadcast a new song to com-
memorate the event: "Danke
Deutschland," or "Thank You,
Germany," which led the drive for
European recognition.
Croatian radio declared: "This is
a day that will go down in the his-
tory of the Croatian people as a ma-
jor event."
Thousands of windows were il-

Car bomb eruptsV
A booby-trapped auto explodes at a terrorist shooting in Valencia,
Spain, yesterday. One police officer was slightly injured in the blast.

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