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|Sunday, January 14, 2001, updated at 17:10(GMT+8)|
Yugoslav President Meets with MilosevicYugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica met with former President Slobodan Milosevic Saturday, Tanjug news agency quoted a statement by Kostunica's office as saying.
The two discussed the situation in Kosovo, the relations within the Yugoslav Federation and the whole situation of the country, the statement said.
On the same day, Kostunica told Belgrade daily Glas Javnosti that the Yugoslav Constitution does not allow extradition.
"We shall co-operate with the (Hague) Tribunal within the range of our laws. We shall exchange the evidence, which will enable us to reveal the crimes committed over Serbs as well," said Kostunica, adding that the Hague Tribunal was more a political institution than a legal one.
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