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State Department: Serbia-Montenegro - Travel Warning, March 18, 1999

Serbia-Montenegro - Travel Warning
March 18, 1999

The Department of State warns U.S. citizens against travel to Serbia- Montenegro and strongly urges U.S. citizens in Serbia-Montenegro to depart the country due to the possibility of military intervention by members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Given recent history in the region, the possibility exists that U.S. citizens could be singled out in sporadic acts of violence, even though the government of Serbia-Montenegro has offered assurances no retaliatory actions would be taken against U.S. citizens.

On March 18, the Department of State authorized the departure of U.S. Embassy personnel in non-emergency positions and the family members of embassy personnel. Further reductions in staff will be considered as the situation warrants.

American citizens remaining in Serbia-Montenegro should contact the Embassy in Belgrade for up-to-date information on security conditions. The Embassy is located at Kneza Milosa 50, Belgrade: telephone (381) (11) 645-655.

This supersedes the Travel Warning for Serbia-Montenegro dated March 5, 1999, to note the State Department9s authorized departure of Embassy Belgrade personnel based on potential military intervention by NATO.

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