Opening remarks by the High Representative at the Rome Meeting on Implementation of the Dayton Agreement
Opening remarks at the Rome Meeting on Implementation of the Dayton Agreement Rome,17 February 1996 This meeting must send out one clear message: that the peace process is still on course in Bosnia. The indications I bring from Bosnia itself are somewhat mixed.
Opening Remarks by the High Representative, Carl Bildt at the meeting of the Human Rights Task Force
BY CARL BILDT, HIGH REPRESENTATIVE at the meeting of the Human Rights Task Force Brussels, 29 January 1996. The history of the conflict in Bosnia - as well as in all of former Yugoslavia - is the history of the most flagrant violations of human rights we have seen in recent European history.
Speech by the High Representative at the signing of the Peace Agreement on Bosnia, Elysée Palace
The signing of the Peace Agreement on Bosnia, Elysée Palace Paris, 14 December 1995 Presidents, Prime Ministers, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, War has finally come to an end in Bosnia, and from today we are starting the process of building a true peace. Today, Bosnia is a shattered, divided country, torn apart by the most brutal war in Europe [...]
Speech by the High Representative to the Peace Implementation Conference
Remarks to the Peace Implementation Conference London, 8 December 1995 Implementation will be the key to a peace in Bosnia and in the region that lasts and that merits the name. To get agreement was difficult enough. To get these agreements fully implemented will be no less difficult. Implementation is the key to whether we will have real peace, ju [...]
Remarks given at Dayton, by Carl Bildt, European Union High Representative
BY CARL BILDT European Union Special Representative Dayton, 1 November 1995 Let me start by expressing our sincere thanks to not only the Government of the United States, but even more to all of the people here in Dayton and at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, for the hospitality and generosity that we have felt since coming here yesterday. We are [...]