NPR's Sarah Chayes reports from the Hague, where, for the first time today a high-level delegation from Yugoslavia visited the war crimes tribunal. The delegates tried to show that Belgrade is now cooperating with the court. They said they were prepared to send suspects to the tribunal who are not Yugoslav citizens, meaning Bosnian Serbs who have been living in Yugoslavia. The United States Congress has demanded that the new authorities in Belgrade cooperate with the war crimes tribunal by the end of this month or forfeit U.S. aid.
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