Graz agreement

Graz agreement

The Graz agreement was a military pact signed between Serb and Croat leaders in Bosnia and Herzegovina Radovan Karadžić and Mate Boban on April 27, 1992 in the town of Graz, Austria ment to strengthen earlier Karađorđevo meeting between Croatian President Franjo Tuđman and Serbian President Slobodan Milošević from March 1991. The treaty was meant to limit conflict between Serb and Croat forces by allowing both parties to concentrate on taking Bosnian Muslim (Bosniak) territory from the Bosnian forcescite web |date=Monday, 2 April 2007|url =|title = IT-04-74-T, the Prosecutor versus Prlic et al|format = HTML |publisher = pub| accessdate = 2007-09-25 | last= |quote=Q. And in reference to the Graz Agreement of May 1992, what was your understanding, and the understanding of the international community, so 16664 far as you knew, of where this agreement left the Muslim people in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
A. Well, it -- it left them really nowhere.
Q. And can you tell the Judges in scanning through this agreement is there anyplace on the face of this document where any discussion is made about a Muslim territory or what part that Muslims would be left with?
A. No. There's no mention of the Muslim community.
] . At the time Muslims accounted for 44 percent of Bosnia's 4.4 million population and dominated the current governmentcite web |date=Issue 26 : Friday, May 8, 1992|url =|title = Warring Factions Agree on Plan to Divide up Former Yugoslavia|format = HTML |publisher = The Washington Post| accessdate = 2007-09-25 | last=Blaine Harden |quote=] . According to Vreme's military analyst Miloš Vasić the Graz agreement was "the single most important document of the war"Pg 24 - cite web |date=Autumn 1993 |url =|title = The Betrayal of Bosnia|format = PDF|publisher = Centre for the Study of Democracy: University of Westminster| accessdate = 2007-09-25 | last=Lee Bryant |quote=
Miloš Vasi_, "Two against one in Bosnia", WarReport (January 1993),p. 8-9.]


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