Transcript of Press Conference by Carlos Westendorp, Hotel Ero

Mostar, Hotel Ero, 30 June 1999 Chris Riley, OHR (S): Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, and thank you for coming. There will be a short statement by the High Representative, Ambassador Carlos Westendorp and there will be time for a few questions.

UN Press Briefing, 17 May 1999

Provided by the United Nations The Kosovo crisis had stalled the pace of the peace process in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Carlos Westendorp, the High Representative for the Implementation of the Peace Agreement on Bosnia and Herzegovina, said today at a Headquarters press briefing. Following his briefing to the Security Council this morning, Mr.

Transcript of Press Briefing

Prof. Jamie P. Shea, NATO Spokesman: Ladies and gentlemen, good afternoon. I realize we are a little late arriving, so I am very grateful to you for your patience in waiting for us. But, we are here now.

UN Press Briefing, 27 July 1998

Provided by the United Nations The situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina was improving, but the "litmus test" of reconciliation would be the return of refugees, the High Representative for Implementation of the Peace Agreement on Bosnia and Herzegovina, Carlos Westendorp, said today. Speaking at a Headquarters press conference following his briefing [...]

Transcript of the Press Conference

Simon Haselock: Good afternoon everybody. As promised, we have come here to sort of explain to you how we are progressing on the formation of the Media Commission which you have heard so much about. And there is in fact a press release, which we will issue after the conference, which basically gives the concept, and little bit more detail.

Transcript: Deputy High Representative Andy Bearpark, OHR

Aisling Byrne, OHR: Good morning, everyone. Thank you all for attending this morning. As announced, we're holding a special press conference today to respond to questions that many of you have posed in recent days on refugee issues.

Joint Press Conference OHR, OSCE, SFOR, UNMBiH and UNHCR

Simon Haselock, OHR:Good morning ladies and gentlemen. If we could just settle down for a second, the routine for this morning is that there will be some short opening remarks from the High Representative and the other principals.