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State Department: Bosnia-Hercegovina - Public Announcement, April 12, 1994


Bosnia - Public Announcement
April 12, 1994

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE

Office of the Spokesman

For Immediate Release

Recent U.N. military action intended to halt attacks on the U.N. safe area of Gorazde may heighten the danger to international relief workers and other foreign nationals, including Americans, in Bosnia-Hercegovina. There are some reports that Bosnian Serb forces may have detained some French employees of one non-governmental organization near Sarajevo. The situation is fluid and warrants close monitoring. Organizations with American employees in Bosnia may wish to evaluate carefully the current security situation of those employees, and consider implementing contingency plans to assure their safety. There has been a travel warning in effect for Bosnia-Hercegovina since October 7, 1992.
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