The Balkans: Key Documents
Dayton Peace Agreement
A summary of the 1995 agreement between the Muslim-Croat federation and the Bosnian Serbs is available from the State Department Web site on Bosnia.
President Clinton's Victory Address
Full text of the speech given by President Clinton concerning the victory in Kosovo.
Official Statements (June 1999)
Full text of statements and speeches on the peace plan and the end of NATO bombing from Slobodan Milosevic, President Clinton, Lt. Gen. Michael Jackson and Yugoslav Army Gen. Svetozar Marjanovic.
Military Technical Agreement for Kosovo (June 9, 1999)
Full text of the agreement between the International Security Force ("KFOR") and the governments of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Serbia.
U.N. Resolution Draft on Kosovo (June 8, 1999)
Text of the U.N. resolution draft on Kosovo, agreed upon in Cologne, Germany, by the foreign ministers of the Group of Seven nations and Russia.
Kosovo Peace Plan (June 3, 1999)
Text of the Kosovo peace plan approved by the Serb parliament.
Kosovo War Crimes Indictment
Text of the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal's indictment of Slobodan Milosevic and four others for alleged atrocities committed in Kosovo.
G-8 Statement on Kosovo , (May 6 1999)
Text of the statement agreed by the foreign ministers of the G-8 group the United States, Germany, France, Britain, Russia, Canada, Italy and Japan at their meeting in Germany.
NATO's Points on Kosovo (April 23, 1999)
The 17-point statement on Kosovo, issued by the heads of state and government attending the 50th anniversary NATO summit.
Excerpts: Clinton Pleads for Support (March 1999)
President Clinton pleaded with the public to embrace his decision to send U.S. pilots on a risky mission in Kosovo.
The Rambouillet Accords (February 1999)
Highlights of the peace plan designed to stop the civil war in Kosovo. The proposal pushed representatives of the Yugoslav government and ethnic Albanians from Kosovo to the negotiating table for talks in Rambouillet, France.
The Kosovo Pact (October 1998)
U.S. officials described the elements of the agreement reached with Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic.
U.N. Security Council Resolution 1199 (September 23, 1998)
Adopted by the Security Council , the resolution demanded that all parties, cease hostilities and maintain a cease-fire in Kosovo.
U.N. Security Council Resolution 1160 (March 31, 1998)
Adopted by the Security Council , the resolution called for the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia to immediately take steps to achieve a political solution to the issue of Kosovo through dialogue. It also called upon the Kosovar Albanian leadership to condemn all terrorist action.
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