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State Department: Serbia and Montenegro - Warning, June 12, 1992

Serbia and Montenegro - Warning
June 12, 1992

The Department of State warns U.S. citizens to defer all travel to Serbia (including Kosovo and Vojvodina) and Montenegro until further notice. In compliance with the U.N. resolution mandating the reduction of Embassy staffs, the Department of State will be reducing the size of its mission in Belgrade and authorizing the voluntary departure from the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade of non-essential personnel and dependents of U.S. Government employees.

The Department advises U.S. citizens in Serbia and Montenegro to leave immediately while commercial transportation is still available. U.S. citizens who remain in Serbia and Montenegro should contact the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade, tel. 645-655, for information and assistance.

No. 92-126

This replaces the travel advisory for Yugoslavia dated February 21, 1992, and advises that the Department of State has authorized the voluntary departure from Serbia and Montenegro of non-essential personnel and dependents of U.S. Government employees and that U.S. citizens should also leave immediately.

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