Announcement of changes on OHR economic side
STATEMENT by the High Representative, Carl Bildt Sarajevo, 18 February 1997 Today, we are also announcing some changes on our economic side , following up the strengthening of the role of the OHR in this area decided at the London conference. New Deputy HR for Economic issues will be Mr.
Statement on decision taken by the Arbitration Tribunal
STATEMENT by the High Representative, Carl Bildt Rome, 14 February 1997 The decision by the Arbitration Tribunal today represents an important further step in the process of implementing the Peace Agreement in Bosnia and Herzegovina, I trust that all authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the Republika Srpska as well as the Federation, will full [...]
Condemnation of killings in Mostar
STATEMENT by the High Representative, Carl Bildt Sarajevo, 10 February 1997 We condemn in the strongest possible terms the indiscriminate killings of innocent civilians in Mostar today. This is murder, and must be treated as such. We will demand that those responsible for these brutal acts are identified, arrested and brought to trial. We appeal to [...]
Sir Martin Garrod, the Head of the Regional Office of the High Representative in Mostar, strongly condemns and deeply deplores the incident that occurred in the Hotel Ero on Saturday, 18 January 1997. It was provoked by Mr. Dalibor Glavina who was obviously drunk and threatened other guests in the Hotel.
Statement by the High Representative, Carl Bildt urging President Milosevic to recognise the findings of the OSCE Mission
Statement by Mr. Carl Bildt, High Representative 28 December 1996 I would urge President Milosevic to recognise the findings of the OSCE Mission led by Mr. Gonzalez. I call upon the authorities in Belgrade to exercise the greatest restraint in connection with the demonstrations which continue in peace and dignity day by day, and I am deeply disturb [...]
Statement by the High Representative in Lisbon
STATEMENT by the High Representative, Carl Bildt Lisbon, 2 December 1996 The long-term prospects for the peace process in Bosnia and Herzegovina can never be seen in isolation from the political and economic developments in the other countries of the region. Our approach to peace must be wider in geographic scope than just Bosnia and longer in time [...]
Press Statement on the Lifting of the Suspension of the ZOS procedure
Yesterday evening, Principals of the competent implementation agencies decided to lift the suspension of the Procedure for Return and Reconstruction in the Zone of Separation as of today. The Procedure was suspended on 12 November after several hundred individuals, armed with a number of weapons, had crossed the Inter Entity Boundary Line to occupy [...]
Statement by the High Representative, Carl Bildt, congratulating National Day of BiH
Statement by Mr. Carl Bildt, High Representative Sarajevo, 28 November 1996 As High Representative I congratulate Bosnia and Herzegovina on this 53rd National Day. I welcome the words of President Izetbegovic and echo his words of tolerance for all.
Statement by the High Representative, Carl Bildt one year since Dayton
Statement by Mr. Carl Bildt, High Representative Sarajevo, 21 November 1996 One year on from Dayton, much has been achieved but there is a great deal more to do. The shells are no longer falling in the streets of Sarajevo. The beginnings of economic recovery can be seen.
Statement by the High Representative Carl Bildt welcoming President Clinton’s announcement of US participation in the Follow-On force and his commitment of US troops to Bosnia for the next eighteen months
Statement by Mr. Carl Bildt, High Representative Sarajevo, 15 November 1996 I warmly welcome President Clinton's announcement of US participation in the Follow-On force and his commitment of US troops to Bosnia for the next eighteen months. We agree with his approach that foreign troops should be withdrawn only gradually and as circumstances permit [...]
The Office of the High Representative sharply refutes the ludicrous allegations made to the press this week that journalists from the Federation were denied access by the OHR to the Presidency session at the National Museum on 29 October.