July ’93. One and Three

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In the midst of armed clashes in Central and Eastern Bosnia, a high-level political dialogue has begun between Serbia and Croatia. The Serbian President, Slobodan Milošević, and the Croatian President, Franjo Tuđman, agreed on a plan for the ethnic division of Bosnia. This plan dates back to 1991, but this time it has made it to the next level.

Milošević and Tuđman officially presented the proposal to divide Bosnia and Herzegovina into three ethnically homogeneous States at the Conference for the Former Yugoslavia’s session of June 16. The international community is seriously beginning to take the proposal into consideration. This is the final tombstone on the Vance-Owen Plan for peace in Bosnia.

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BarBalkans Podcast July '93