Former Yugoslavia (March 1994)
by Humanitarian Practice Network March 1994

The February cease-fire and subsequent US-sponsored peace agreement between Bosnian Croats and Muslims have reduced obstructions to convoys in the areas contested by these two parties.

Following the February NATO ultimatum against Serbian artillery around Sarajevo, its withdrawal and the subsequent cease-fire, the city is beginning to plan rehabilitation activities and the resumption of services.

The cease-fire has spread to some other areas contested by Bosnian Serbs and Bosnian Muslims. Improved convoy access during March is likely to lead to record deliveries.

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