Dusan Vasiljevic, the spokesman of the Student Protest '96, estimated that the conversation between the students of Nis and Slobodan Milosevic also confirms the attitude of the students of Belgrade, that a meeting with him should not take place until their demands are fulfilled. What additionally confirms this kind of attitude is that, apparently, Slobodan Milosevic was not too impressed by the enterprise of our fellow students from Nis, said Dusan Vasiljevic at the press conference for the students of Nis, who have spoken to Slobodan Milosevic today. Mr. Vasiljevic said that he had the impression that the effort made by the students of Nis will be distorted by RTS in a way that is common to this institution.
30 students from the University of Kragujevac shall start off on foot tomorrow towards Belgrade, in order to support their fellow students who have been in protest for 24 days. "The March of Truth" by the students from Kragujevac is over 125 kilometers long. The students are due to arrive in Belgrade at 12.00h on Thursday.
PRESIDENT SAID THE STUDENTS ARE RIGHT
President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Zoran Lilic, stated today that the opposition and the party in power must, where irregularities on the part of their members are noted, accept justified demands and raise the question of responsibility of their members.