A NEW RUSSIAN PEACE PLAN FOR YUGOSLAVIA?
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 35
Russian deputy foreign minister Vitaly Churkin visited Belgrade and Pale June 19, apparently to press Boris Yeltsin’s ideas about ending the Bosnian war through linking Serbia and Bosnian Serb-held territories. Yeltsin had advanced this plan at Halifax but the G-7 leaders did not even discuss it. Churkin told Itar-Tass that he was in the former Yugoslavia because Moscow had a new peace plan and wanted to prevent the conflict from escalating.
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