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Regulations for Aircraft Operating as General Air Traffic (GAT) in the Balkans


UN Security Council Resolution 1160 (31 Mar. 1998)

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UN Security Council Resolution 1199 (23 Sep. 1998)

UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1199, among other things, expressed deep concern about the excessive use of force by Serbian security forces and the Yugoslav army, and called for a cease-fire by both parties to the conflict.

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UN Security Council Resolution 1203 (24 Oct. 1998)

UNSCR 1203 endorsed the establishment of a Kosovo Verification Mission (KVM) to observe compliance on the ground by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and that NATO would establish an aerial surveillance mission.

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UN Security Council Resolution 1239 (14 May 1999)

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Military Technical Agreement (9 Jun. 1999)

The "Military Technical Agreement" is signed by KFOR and representatives of the Yugoslav Army ("VJ") and Interior Police ("MUP"). This agreement called for the immediate cessation of hostilities and sets the timelines for the withdrawal of Yugoslav forces from Kosovo. This involves the marking and clearing of mine-fields, booby traps and obstacles.

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UN Security Council Resolution 1244 (10 Jun. 1999)

On 10 June the UN Security Council passed UNSCR 1244 welcoming the acceptance by the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia of the principles on a political solution to the Kosovo crisis, including an immediate end to violence and a rapid withdrawal of its military, police and paramilitary forces. The Resolution, adopted by a vote of 14 in favor and none against, with one abstention (China), announced the Security Council's decision to deploy international civil and security presences in Kosovo, under United Nations auspices.

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Agreement for Russian Participation (18 Jun. 1999)

The Russian Federation agrees to participate in KFOR. This commitment is referred to as the "Helsinki Agreement”.

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Undertaking of demilitarisation and transformation by the UCK (20 Jun. 1999)

The Russian Federation agrees to participate in KFOR. This commitment is referred to as the "Helsinki Agreement”.

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