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Kosovo: Observer Mission Doucments Mass Killings of Civilians; NATO Challenges Milosevic by Approving Air Strikes; Belgrade Averts Strikes by Removing 4,000 Serbian Police

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Secretary-General Aragona, Chairman Kobieracki, Ambassador Johnson, distinguished colleagues: I am very pleased to speak with you on behalf of the United States.

I have just finished a trip that gave me a chance to address some of the most pressing, practical challenges to democracy and stability in Europe. What I want to do today is to talk about some of these challenges, and then to discuss the role the OSCE can play in helping us meet them.

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1. Department of State Press Release, September 3, 1998.

2. United Nations Press Release (S/1998/834), September 4, 1998.

3. United Nations Press Release (S/RES/1199), September 23, 1998.

4. Department of State Press Release, September 23, 1998.

5. White House Press Release, September 23, 1998.

6. Department of State Press Release, September 23, 1998.

7. Text from the Russian Permanent Mission to the United Nations [www.undp.org/missions/.]

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11. United Nations Press Release (S/1998/912), October 3, 1998.

12. Department of State Press Release, October 5, 1998.

13. Department of State Press Release, October 5, 1998.

14. White House Press Release, October 6, 1998.

15. Text from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) [www.osceprag.cz.]

16. Text from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

17. Department of State Press Release, October 8, 1998.

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23. Text from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization [www.nato.int.]

24. Text from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

25. United Nations Press Release (CC/PIU/352-E), October 14, 1998.

26. United Nations Press Release (CC/PIU/353-E), October 15, 1998.

27. Department of State Press Release, October 15, 1998.

28. Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Press Release (PC.DEC/259/98), October 15, 1998.

29. Text from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

30. Text from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

31. Text from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

32. United Nations Press Release (S/RES/1203), October 24, 1998.

33. United Nations Press Release (PC.DEC/263/98), October 25, 1998.

34. Text from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization [www.nato.int].

35. Department of State Press Release, October 27, 1998.

36. Department of State Press Release, October 28, 1998.

37. Department of State Press Release, October 29, 1998.

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