Humanitarian Policies and Strategies: The International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia

Humanitarian Policies and Strategies: The International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia 109 Humanitarian Policies and Strategies: The International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia Bertrand de Rossanet * Introduction On 18 November 1993, the leadership of the warring parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina met in Geneva under the auspices of the Humanitarian Issues Working Group of the International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia. The Secretary General sent them the following urgent message: "Excellencies, Your meeting, the decisions you take, and the follow up you give to them will have great impact upon the lives of the peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who have already suffered terribly. I appeal to you in the strongest possible terms to help bring an end to this senseless suffering. The re-establishment of peace is the surest way to bring about lasting relief. The international community demands of you that you do everything in your power to bring this conflict to an end and to continue negotiations to resolve the outstand- ing issues holding up a peace agreement. Basic instincts of humanity and decency require of all concerned that they respect the norms of humanitarian law, including those relating to the right of access to persons in need and the protection of humanitarian workers. It is http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nordic Journal of International Law Brill

Humanitarian Policies and Strategies: The International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia

Nordic Journal of International Law, Volume 63 (1-4): 109 – Jan 1, 1994

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© 1994 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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109 Humanitarian Policies and Strategies: The International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia Bertrand de Rossanet * Introduction On 18 November 1993, the leadership of the warring parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina met in Geneva under the auspices of the Humanitarian Issues Working Group of the International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia. The Secretary General sent them the following urgent message: "Excellencies, Your meeting, the decisions you take, and the follow up you give to them will have great impact upon the lives of the peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who have already suffered terribly. I appeal to you in the strongest possible terms to help bring an end to this senseless suffering. The re-establishment of peace is the surest way to bring about lasting relief. The international community demands of you that you do everything in your power to bring this conflict to an end and to continue negotiations to resolve the outstand- ing issues holding up a peace agreement. Basic instincts of humanity and decency require of all concerned that they respect the norms of humanitarian law, including those relating to the right of access to persons in need and the protection of humanitarian workers. It is

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