Updated: 14-Nov-2001 1995

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September 1995

1 Sept

NATO aircraft resume bombing of Bosnian Serb positions; Bosnian Serbs respond by shelling Sarajevo. NATO aircraft attack Bosnian Serb targets near Pale. NATO suspends Operation Deliberate Force after Bosnian Serbs agree to withdraw heavy weapons from the 20 km exclusion zone around Sarajevo. Agreement on the framework of constitutional arrangements for Bosnia and Herzegovina is signed in New York.

2 Sept

NATO military commanders are authorised by the NATO Council to resume air strikes on Bosnian Serb positions at any time to counter further aggression against UN-designated safe areas.

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5 Sept

NATO aircraft resumed attacks on Bosnian-Serb military targets.

12 Sept

A framework for the Wassenaar Arrangement, the successor to COCOM, establishing export controls on certain conventional weapons and dual-use technologies is reached in The Hague.

14 Sept

Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia sign an agreement to establish diplomatic relations and economic ties.The NAC meets in a special session with the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Gennadi Udovenko, to discuss the strengthening of NATO-Ukraine relations. Bosnian Serb military and political leaders sign an agreement to withdraw their heavy weapons from the 20 km exclusion zone around Sarajevo.

20 Sept

Council meeting with Russia on the implementation of the CFE Treaty.

21 Sept

NATO ambassadors approve a Study on NATO Enlargement outlining the membership requirements for countries wanting to join the Alliance.

25 Sept

The Review Conference of the UN Conventional Weapons opens in Vienna.

26 Sept

NATO presents a draft proposal of a Political Frameworkfor NATO-Russia Relations to Russian Ambassador Churkin.

28 Sept

NATO presents the conclusions of the Study on NATO Enlargement to NACC and PfP Cooperation partners.

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