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State Department: Bosnia-Hercegovina - Travel Warning, December 8, 1995

Bosnia-Herzegovina - Travel Warning
December 8, 1995

The Department of State warns U.S. citizens not to travel to the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina. The three-year civil war has left landmines and unexploded ordnance throughout the country; roads, airports, and railways have been bombed and are not functional. Law enforcement and civil authority is nonexistent in many regions which are still controlled by Serb militia. A peace agreement has been initialed which calls for withdrawal of forces to barracks and introduction of a new constitution, but it has not yet been implemented.

No. 95-053

This replaces the Travel Warning for Bosnia-Herzegovina dated September 22, 1995 to add information about landmines, infrastructure, and the peace agreement.

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