Informed Sources: Jan. 10, 1994

AID TO FORMER SOVIET UNION CALLED MISMANAGED

Some Senators overseeing U.S. aid to the former Soviet Union say the program is so poorly managed it should be overhauled before it uses up any more money ($2.5 billion is to be spent in 1994). Senators Patrick Leahy, Democrat of Vermont, and Mitch McConnell, Republican of Kentucky, are refusing to approve any new projects until oversight hearings take place on Jan. 24. McConnell has described the briefings the Clinton Administration has provided about the aid program as "contradictory, incomplete, (and) inaccurate."

HIGH-TECH AID FOR BOSNIA

Fearing that the Serbs may step up their...

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