Srebrenica

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battalion, launched a massive simultaneous assault, starting with the attack by the Serb Volunteer Guard paramilitary forces on Bijeljina. The attacks soon spread to Foča, Zvornik, Bosanski Šamac, Vlasenica, Prijedor, Brčko (Brčko (city)), and was punctuated by the blockading of the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo to the southwest. Non-Serbs had their property confiscated, were deported en masse, and many men of military age or of political, community, religious or cultural importance were murdered on sight or in mass executions in villages such as Kozarac, Gornja Grapska in Doboj, the Hotel Posavina in Brčko, the Crkvina warehouse in Bosanski Šamac, and detention centers such as the Brčko Partizan (Partizan Belgrade) sports hall. Many other non-Serb men were interred at infamous concentration camps such as Omarska (Omarska camp) and Keraterm (Keraterm camp), while the women, children and elderly fled south toward the towns of Srebrenica and Žepa. In 1995 Gen. Mladić plans another offensive in eastern Bosnia and takes it into action. The offensive succeeds due to the inaction of the UN peacekeeping forces. Serb forces take Dutch (Netherlands) peacekeepers hostages, and assault the towns of Srebrenica and Žepa, both designated 'safe areas' by the UN. Bosnian forces firmly believed that the UN troops would protect them from Serb aggression, hence they were totally unprepared. Both Srebrenica and Žepa fall to the Serbs. Over 8,000 Bosniak males were massacred in Srebrenica (Srebrenica Massacre), while the Bosniak population in Žepa was expelled. The UN's peacekeeping efforts in Bosnia have failed. After suffering much diplomatic humiliation at the hands of Bosnian Serbs, the United States begins bombing strategic Serb positions. Now the Serbs have turned the rest of the world their enemy; a joint Croat-Bosnian offensive (Operation Storm) drives most Serbs out of northern Bosnia, and the Serbs return to the negotiating table. Sacco came to Gorazde in the immediate aftermath of these events through the 'blue road', a narrow road opened by the UN peacekeepers that links sieged Gorazde to the rest of Bosnia. A panel discussion titled "Truth about Srebrenica (w:Srebrenica)" held at the law school at the University of Belgrade (w:University of Belgrade) yesterday almost turned into a physical fight between panel participants and several dozen protesters. Tens of thousands of people gathered in Srebrenica (w:Srebrenica) today to remember the massacre (w:Sebrenica Massacre) of over 8,000 Muslims, mostly men and boys, which happened on 11th July 1995. This is considered the worst atrocity in Europe since the end of World War II. In comments to the court, Karadzic said that murder of seven thousand Muslims in Srebrenica (w:Srebrenica), as well as the siege in Sarajevo (w:Sarajevo), was staged or made up in order to demean the Serbs. WikiPedia:Srebrenica Dmoz:Regional Europe Bosnia_and_Herzegovina Localities Srebrenica Commons:Category:Srebrenica


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battalion, launched a massive simultaneous assault, starting with the attack by the Serb Volunteer Guard paramilitary forces on Bijeljina. The attacks soon spread to Foča, Zvornik, Bosanski Šamac, Vlasenica, Prijedor, Brčko (Brčko (city)), and was punctuated by the blockading of the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo to the southwest. Non-Serbs had their property confiscated, were deported en masse, and many men of military age or of political, community, religious or cultural


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, UNPROFOR did not intervene in 1995 when the Bosnian Serbs set up their artillery around the city and began shelling it indiscriminately. The UN failed to prevent Bosnian Serb troops from capturing the ''safe areas (United Nations Safe Areas)'' set up in the city of Srebrenica, which resulted in the Srebrenica massacre. The UN Resolution 819 (United Nations Security Council Resolution 819) and 836 (United Nations Security Council Resolution 836) had designated Srebrenica a safe

area to be protected using all necessary means, including the use of force. The UN also did little to stop the mass flight of almost the entire population

Resolution 819 819 and 836 (United Nations Security Council Resolution 836) had designated Srebrenica a safe area to be protected using all necessary means, including the use of force.


manufacturing silver

and turned into one of the Ottoman Empire's leading mining centres. By 1528, Chiprovtsi had a mint (mint (coin)) and was manufacturing silver coins. In 1585, the miners were forced to work night and day and had to pay increased taxes, leading to protests and the danger that they may migrate. By the time, Chiprovtsi was already providing a revenue of 1,400,000 ''akçe'', making it one of the empire's prime mining and metalworking regions. Гюзелев, pp. 83–88. 15-0-0 Demands withdrawal of Bosnian Serb forces from safe areas (United Nations Safe Areas) of Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina - 15-0-0 Demands that Srebrenica and the surrounding areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina, be treated as a safe area (United Nations Safe Areas) - Srebrenica genocide In July 1995, Erdemović and his unit were sent to Branjevo military farm in the village of Pilica, north of Zvornik. After the VRS forces took over Srebrenica on July 11, the Serbs began to send male Bosniaks to various locations for execution (Mass executions in the Srebrenica massacre). His most famous military forays were those in 1476, when he seized Srebrenica, and fought near Šabac and Smederevo, and in 1480, when he attacked Sarajevo. In 1479, along with Dmitar Jakšić, he led Serbian light cavalry squadrons in Battle of Breadfield (Kenyérmező), near Zsibót. At the decisive moment in battle Hungarian and Serbian cavalries charged Turkish center and broke their ranks, which decided the outcome of the battle. In 1481, he fought against Turks in Serbia, and brought from there (area around Kruševac) about 50,000 people, who were settled in Banat, mostly around Timişoara. thumb right 200px Potočari 11. July 2007 (Image:Potocari2007.jpg) '''Potočari''' is a village in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, 6 km north-west of the town of Srebrenica. In the 1991 census it had 4,338 inhabitants, of whom 93% were Bosniaks and 7% were others, mainly Serbs. Municipalities of Republika Srpska Berkovići • Bijeljina • Bileća • Bosanska Kostajnica • Bosanski Brod • Bratunac • Čajniče • Čelinac • Derventa • Doboj • Donji Žabar • Foča • Gacko • Grad Banja Luka (Banja Luka) • Gradiška (Gradiška, Bosnia and Herzegovina) • Han Pijesak • Istočni Drvar • Istočna Ilidža • Istočni Mostar • Istočni Stari Grad • Istočno Novo Sarajevo (Istočno Novo Sarajevo (Republika Srpska)) • Jezero • Kalinovik • Kneževo • Kozarska Dubica • Kotor Varoš • Krupa na Uni • Kupres (Kupres (Republika Srpska)) • Laktaši • Ljubinje • Lopare • Milići • Modriča • Mrkonjić Grad • Nevesinje • Novi Grad • Novo Goražde • Osmaci • Oštra Luka • Pale (Pale (town)) • Pelagićevo • Petrovac (Petrovac, Republika Srpska) • Petrovo (Petrovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina) • Prijedor • Prnjavor • Ribnik • Rogatica • Rudo • Šamac (Šamac, Bosnia and Herzegovina) • Šekovići • Šipovo • Sokolac • Srbac • Srebrenica • Teslić • Trebinje • Trnovo (RS) (Trnovo Municipality Istočno Sarajevo) • Ugljevik • Višegrad • Vlasenica • Vukosavlje • Zvornik The offensive didn't start as planned, although it took long preparation. Without knowledge of Kampfgruppe Bader, the Ustaše started their attack from Han Pijesak. While Italians were regrouping theirs divisions, the Ustaša "Black Legion" with three battalions started attacking from Han-Pijesak and captured Vlasenica on April 1, and eight days latter Bratunac and Srebrenica. On April 8 Black Legion (Black Legion (Ustaše militia)) units came into heavy fighting with Bosnian Chetniks near the Drina river. The Germans started their advance on April 22 towards blocked Rogatica and pushed the Partisan forces back. UN "Safe Area" warnings On August 15, 1994, Krstić was appointed Chief of Staff (Chief of staff (military)) of the Drina Corps. Krstić worked with his replacement to familiarize him with his roles and function until September 1, and then worked with the former Chief of Staff whom he would be replacing to learn his new post until September 28. He was then briefed about Bosnian operations coming from the direction of Tuzla, Živinice, Kladanj, and Olovo against Serbian defense lines. His predecessor also briefed him and told him that, despite the status of the safe area accorded to Srebrenica and Žepa and the obligations stemming from agreements on demilitarization, the forces of the 28th Mountain Division of the Eastern Bosnia Corps in Srebrenica and Žepa were, in fact procuring from Tuzla and Kladanj or directly from Sarajevo more weapons in addition to the light or infantry weapons they already had. Five days later the JNA, including Obrenović's battalion, launched a massive simultaneous assault, starting with the attack by the Serb Volunteer Guard paramilitary forces on Bijeljina. The attacks soon spread to Foča, Zvornik, Bosanski Šamac, Vlasenica, Prijedor, Brčko (Brčko (city)), and was punctuated by the blockading of the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo to the southwest. Non-Serbs had their property confiscated, were deported en masse, and many men of military age or of political, community, religious or cultural importance were murdered on sight or in mass executions in villages such as Kozarac, Gornja Grapska in Doboj, the Hotel Posavina in Brčko, the Crkvina warehouse in Bosanski Šamac, and detention centers such as the Brčko Partizan (Partizan Belgrade) sports hall. Many other non-Serb men were interred at infamous concentration camps such as Omarska (Omarska camp) and Keraterm (Keraterm camp), while the women, children and elderly fled south toward the towns of Srebrenica and Žepa. In 1995 Gen. Mladić plans another offensive in eastern Bosnia and takes it into action. The offensive succeeds due to the inaction of the UN peacekeeping forces. Serb forces take Dutch (Netherlands) peacekeepers hostages, and assault the towns of Srebrenica and Žepa, both designated 'safe areas' by the UN. Bosnian forces firmly believed that the UN troops would protect them from Serb aggression, hence they were totally unprepared. Both Srebrenica and Žepa fall to the Serbs. Over 8,000 Bosniak males were massacred in Srebrenica (Srebrenica Massacre), while the Bosniak population in Žepa was expelled. The UN's peacekeeping efforts in Bosnia have failed. After suffering much diplomatic humiliation at the hands of Bosnian Serbs, the United States begins bombing strategic Serb positions. Now the Serbs have turned the rest of the world their enemy; a joint Croat-Bosnian offensive (Operation Storm) drives most Serbs out of northern Bosnia, and the Serbs return to the negotiating table. Sacco came to Gorazde in the immediate aftermath of these events through the 'blue road', a narrow road opened by the UN peacekeepers that links sieged Gorazde to the rest of Bosnia. A panel discussion titled "Truth about Srebrenica (w:Srebrenica)" held at the law school at the University of Belgrade (w:University of Belgrade) yesterday almost turned into a physical fight between panel participants and several dozen protesters. Tens of thousands of people gathered in Srebrenica (w:Srebrenica) today to remember the massacre (w:Sebrenica Massacre) of over 8,000 Muslims, mostly men and boys, which happened on 11th July 1995. This is considered the worst atrocity in Europe since the end of World War II. In comments to the court, Karadzic said that murder of seven thousand Muslims in Srebrenica (w:Srebrenica), as well as the siege in Sarajevo (w:Sarajevo), was staged or made up in order to demean the Serbs. WikiPedia:Srebrenica Dmoz:Regional Europe Bosnia_and_Herzegovina Localities Srebrenica Commons:Category:Srebrenica


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the armed conflicts in the Balkans. She has supported and overseen the ICMP's groundbreaking forensic DNA (DNA profiling) identification and families community reconciliation programs, and advocated with the leaders of BiH to finalize the establishment of The Missing Persons Institute, critical to resolution of the tragedy of tens of thousands of missing and murdered in the 1990s Balkans conflicts. She has assumed an advocacy role in the International Campaign to Ban Landmines and has


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in the Srebrenica massacre. * July 17 – The Nasdaq Composite index closes above the 1,000 mark for the first time. Greece The most notable Greek neo-Nazi organization is Golden Dawn (Golden Dawn (Greece)) (Chrysi Avyi). According to numerous journalist accounts, the Greek police do very little – if anything – to quell Chrysi Avyi's violent activities. Ιός της Ελευθεροτυπίας;"Αλλάξτε μυαλά, γιατί θα σας λιώσουμε σαν τα σκουλήκια", εφημερίδα Ελευθεροτυπία: Ασυλία από ΕΛ.ΑΣ. (article in Greek) A few Golden Dawn members participated in the Bosnian War in the Greek Volunteer Guard (GVG) and were present in Srebrenica during the Srebrenica massacre (Srebrenica massacre#Non-Serb participants in the killings). Michas, Takis;"Unholy Alliance", Texas A&M University Press: Eastern European Studies (College Station, Tex.) p. 22 name "srebr" 16 07 2005 article in Eleftherotypia. (Greek) Another Greek neo-Nazi group is the Strasserist (Strasserism) "Mavros Krinos" (Μαύρος Κρίνος – Black Lily). By and large, the new operations were successful. In El Salvador and Mozambique, for example, peacekeeping provided ways to achieve self-sustaining peace. Some efforts failed, perhaps as the result of an overly optimistic assessment of what UN peacekeeping could accomplish. While complex missions in Cambodia and Mozambique were ongoing, the Security Council dispatched peacekeepers to conflict zones like Somalia, where neither ceasefires nor the consent of all the parties in conflict had been secured. These operations did not have the manpower, nor were they supported by the required political will, to implement their mandates. The failures — most notably the 1994 Rwandan genocide and the 1995 massacre (Srebrenica massacre) in Srebrenica and Bosnia and Herzegovina — led to a period of retrenchment and self-examination in UN peacekeeping. This cabinet was notable for resigning twice. The first time was in May 1999, when D66 stepped out of the coalition when proposed legislation entered by this party was blocked; through negotiations the crisis was solved and the cabinet stayed together. The second and final time was on 16 April 2002, close to the natural end of term for the cabinet, when prime minister Kok wished to resign over the NIOD (Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie) report into the fall of Srebrenica in 1995 and the other ministers had no choice but to follow him. The Second Kok cabinet remained in place as a caretaker cabinet until 22 July 2002, when it was replaced by the first Balkenende cabinet. WikiPedia:Srebrenica Dmoz:Regional Europe Bosnia_and_Herzegovina Localities Srebrenica Commons:Category:Srebrenica


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Food Program appeals for aid to Mauritania, after drought and large locust (desert locust) swarms destroy the harvest. (AllAfrica) (Planet Ark) (Reuters Alertnet) * Two former Bosnian (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Serb officers, Vidoje Blagojevic and Dragan Jokic, have been convicted and imprisoned for their complicity in the Srebrenica massacre in 1995. (BBC) On April 28, 1421, Stefan's nephew and ruler of Zeta, Balša III died and bequeathed his lands to his uncle. With this and territorial gains from the Hungarians (Belgrade, Srebrenica, etc.), Serbia restored majority of its ethnic territories it occupied before the Battle of Kosovo. The origin of the first Šokci people is not completely clear. In the Early Middle Ages there was a toponym called ''Succi'' or ''Succus'' which had in ancient times divided the Illyrians from the Thracians in Pannonia. WikiPedia:Srebrenica Dmoz:Regional Europe Bosnia_and_Herzegovina Localities Srebrenica Commons:Category:Srebrenica


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organisation providing medical care to the surrounded civilians, and as such, did not denounce the genocide for fear of being expelled from the country (it did, however, denounce the lack of access for other organisations). MSF was forced to leave the area in 1995, when the Bosnian Serb Army captured the town. 40,000 Bosniak (Bosnian Muslims) civilian inhabitants were deported, and approximately 7,000 were killed in mass executions. (Srebrenica massacre) MSF Article (2000) Srebrenica five years on '''MSF'''. Retrieved 11 January 2006. * July 10 – Burmese dissident Aung San Suu Kyi is freed from house arrest. * July 11 – Bosnian Serbs march into Srebrenica while UN Dutch peacekeepers (peacekeeping) leave. Large numbers of Bosniak (Bosniaks) men and boys are killed in the Srebrenica massacre. * July 17 – The Nasdaq Composite index closes above the 1,000 mark for the first time. Greece The most notable Greek neo-Nazi organization is Golden Dawn (Golden Dawn (Greece)) (Chrysi Avyi). According to numerous journalist accounts, the Greek police do very little – if anything – to quell Chrysi Avyi's violent activities. Ιός της Ελευθεροτυπίας;"Αλλάξτε μυαλά, γιατί θα σας λιώσουμε σαν τα σκουλήκια", εφημερίδα Ελευθεροτυπία: Ασυλία από ΕΛ.ΑΣ. (article in Greek) A few Golden Dawn members participated in the Bosnian War in the Greek Volunteer Guard (GVG) and were present in Srebrenica during the Srebrenica massacre (Srebrenica massacre#Non-Serb participants in the killings). Michas, Takis;"Unholy Alliance", Texas A&M University Press: Eastern European Studies (College Station, Tex.) p. 22 name "srebr" 16 07 2005 article in Eleftherotypia. (Greek) Another Greek neo-Nazi group is the Strasserist (Strasserism) "Mavros Krinos" (Μαύρος Κρίνος – Black Lily). By and large, the new operations were successful. In El Salvador and Mozambique, for example, peacekeeping provided ways to achieve self-sustaining peace. Some efforts failed, perhaps as the result of an overly optimistic assessment of what UN peacekeeping could accomplish. While complex missions in Cambodia and Mozambique were ongoing, the Security Council dispatched peacekeepers to conflict zones like Somalia, where neither ceasefires nor the consent of all the parties in conflict had been secured. These operations did not have the manpower, nor were they supported by the required political will, to implement their mandates. The failures — most notably the 1994 Rwandan genocide and the 1995 massacre (Srebrenica massacre) in Srebrenica and Bosnia and Herzegovina — led to a period of retrenchment and self-examination in UN peacekeeping. This cabinet was notable for resigning twice. The first time was in May 1999, when D66 stepped out of the coalition when proposed legislation entered by this party was blocked; through negotiations the crisis was solved and the cabinet stayed together. The second and final time was on 16 April 2002, close to the natural end of term for the cabinet, when prime minister Kok wished to resign over the NIOD (Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie) report into the fall of Srebrenica in 1995 and the other ministers had no choice but to follow him. The Second Kok cabinet remained in place as a caretaker cabinet until 22 July 2002, when it was replaced by the first Balkenende cabinet. WikiPedia:Srebrenica Dmoz:Regional Europe Bosnia_and_Herzegovina Localities Srebrenica Commons:Category:Srebrenica


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and stated that "the C in CDA (Christian Democratic Appeal) '' for 'Christian' '' implies that you vote in favour of the constitution." The Minister for Economic Affairs, Laurens Jan Brinkhorst, said that "the lights would go off" in the case of a rejection and that The Netherlands would become "the Switzerland of Europe." The People's Party for Freedom and Democracy withdrew a controversial television broadcast, in which rejection was connected with the Holocaust, the genocide (Srebrenica massacre) in Srebrenica and the terrorist attacks (11 March, 2004 Madrid attacks) on March 11, 2004 in Madrid. This seriously damaged the "Yes" campaign. After breakup of Yugoslavia From 1992 to 1995 during the Bosnian War, Goražde was one of six Bosniak (Bosniaks) enclaves, along with Srebrenica and Žepa, surrounded and besieged by the Bosnian Serb Army. In April 1993 it was made into a United Nations Safe Area (United Nations Safe Areas) in which the United Nations was supposed to protect the civilian population from attack. Between March 30 and April 23, 1994, the Serbs launched a major offensive against the town. After air strikes against Serb tanks and outposts and a NATO ultimatum, Serbian forces agreed to withdraw their artillery and armored vehicles 20 km from the town. Regan Richard (1996). ''Just war: principles and cases''. CUA Press, p. 203. ISBN 0813208564 After the negotiation of the Dayton accords, a land corridor was established between Goražde and the Federation. On 11 July 1995, NATO aircraft attacked targets in the Srebrenica area of Bosnia-Herzegovina as identified by and under the control of the United Nations. WikiPedia:Srebrenica Dmoz:Regional Europe Bosnia_and_Herzegovina Localities Srebrenica Commons:Category:Srebrenica

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'''Naser Orić''' (born March 3, 1967) is a former Bosniak military officer who commanded the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina forces in the Srebrenica enclave in Eastern Bosnia surrounded by Serb (Serbs) forces, during the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian War).

DATE OF BIRTH 1967-03-03 PLACE OF BIRTH Potočari, Srebrenica, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia DATE OF DEATH * In the United Kingdom, the Prince of Wales returns from a foreign trip to confront enormous media interest in rumours of homosexual acts involving him and a former aide arising from allegations made by another former royal servant, George Smith (George Smith (Royal servant)). Charles is considering legal action, but his staff have ruled out the possibility of a televised (television) statement or interview. * Survivors of the massacre of Srebrenica, the worst European atrocity since World War II, are to sue the United Nations and the Netherlands for almost USD for failing to protect the Muslim enclave. * Fine arts: A striking piece of art, the life-like sculpture of the Nazi (Nazism) leader Adolf Hitler kneels in an empty room in a Munich art museum, Germany (where the Nazi past has made it taboo to display Hitler in any form except in documentary films). The exhibition is at the neo-classical museum, which the Nazi leader ordered built in 1937.

The Chetniks systemically massacred Muslims in villages that they captured. In late autumn of 1941 the Italians handed over the towns of Višegrad, Goražde, Foča and the surrounding areas, in south-east Bosnia to the Chetniks to run as a puppet administration and NDH forces were compelled by the Italians to withdraw from there. Hoare (2006) (#Hoare_2006), p. 145 After the Chetniks gained control of Goražde on 29 November 1941, they began a massacre of Home Guard prisoners and NDH officials that became a systematic massacre of the local Muslim civilian population. Several hundred Muslims were murdered and their bodies were left hanging in the town or thrown into the Drina river. On 5 December 1941, the Chetniks received the town of Foča from the Italians and proceeded to massacre around five hundred Muslims. Additional massacres against the Muslims in the area of Foča took place in August 1942. In total, over two thousand people were killed in Foča. In early January, the Chetniks entered Srebrenica and killed around a thousand Muslim civilians in the town and in nearby villages. Hoare (2006) (#Hoare_2006), p. 147 Around the same time the Chetniks made their way to Višegrad where deaths were reportedly in the thousands. Hoare (2006) (#Hoare_2006), p. 146 Massacres continued in the following months in the region. In the village of Žepa alone about three hundred were killed in late 1941. In early January, Chetniks massacred fifty-four Muslims in Čelebić and burned down the village. On 3 March, the Chetniks burned forty-two Muslim villagers to death in Drakan.

Organizations such as the Society for Threatened Peoples, reporting to the United Nations Human Rights Council in 2008, claim that non-Serbian refugees returning to Republika Srpska are discriminated against and live under appalling conditions, particularly in the Drina Valley (Srebrenica, Bratunac, Višegrad and Foča). Many are unemployed and children must attend schools where all subjects are taught in Serbian. Similar things are taking place in the Federation of Bosnia where the problem of segregation is very visible in Herzegovinan and some Bosnian cities where the population is predominantly Croatian. Separate schools for Croatians and non-Croatians are formed. Croatian nationality students are taught using Croatian curriculum whereas Serbian and Bosniak pupils are taught according to the curriculum of Bosnia and Herzegovina

'''Kravica''' (Serbian Cyrillic: ''Кравица'') is a predominantly Serb populated village in Bratunac county near Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The joint command of ARBiH, HVO and Croatian Army (HV) was established in March 1995. The closer cooperation between Croats and Bosniaks was made in city of Split (Split (city)) where Bosnia and Herzegovina allowed Croatian Army to free western part of Bosnia and Herzegovina with cooperation with ARBiH. After the Operation Storm, the Serbian hoop around Bihać was broken and Croatian and Bosnian armies continued to liberate western Bosnia. The UN unsuccessfully tried to establish peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina by trying to make a successful structure of Bosnia and Herzegovina. UN showed a total inability when Serbs conquered UN-protected towns, Srebrenica and Žepa. Serbs also launched on UN-protected town of Bihać, but they were stopped by Croatian army during the Operation Storm. Joint Croatian-Bosnian military successes made peace negotiations possible.

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