09.01.1997

Remarks by the High Representative Mr. Carl Bildt at the Donor’s Information Meeting

Remarks at Donor's Info Meet. - Brussels, 09/01/97 Remarks by the High Representative Mr. Carl Bildt at the Donor’s Information Meeting, Brussels, 9 January, 1997. Yesterday I left Sarajevo after attending Christmas mass in the Orthodox church, performed by the Metropolit Nikolaj, and honored at the reception afterwards by the presence of lea [...]
04.12.1996

Remarks by the High Represenatative, Carl Bildt at the Peace Implementation Council

Remarks by the High Representative, Mr. Carl Bildt, to the Peace Implementation Council London, 04 December1996 A year ago, in this very room, we discussed and decided upon the lines of action for the first year of implementation of the peace agreement which had just been initialled in Dayton and signed in Paris. At that time, military issues were [...]
14.11.1996

Statement by the High Representative, Carl Bildt at the Ministerial Meeting of the Steering Board of the Peace Implementation Council

Statement - Paris, 14/11/96 Ministerial Meeting of the Steering Board of the Peace Implementation Council Statement by the High Representative, Mr. Carl Bildt Paris, November 14, 1996 One year ago there was a fragile cease-fire in Bosnia as the peace talks at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio were about to enter their third week with [...]
10.10.1996

Speech by the High Representative at the Royal United Services Institute

Less than a year ago, the most ambitious peace agreement in modern history was concluded at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. After 45 months of the most bitter and brutal war on the continent of Europe since 1945 the guns fell silent, and the work on creating a durable peace could begin. The road to the Peace Agreement had been [...]
19.02.1996

Statement by the High Representative, Carl Bildt, for TVBiH

Tonight, I want to emphasize that all people can stay in Sarajevo. I know that four years of war have created a great deal of distrust and fear that cannot be removed in the sixty days since the peace agreement was signed. But this is no reason for Sarajevans to leave their city.