Serbian action surprises U.N.

April 03, 1993|By New York Times News Service

UNITED NATIONS -- The Bosnian Serbs' rejection of the international peace plan for Bosnia and Herzegovina was greeted with surprise and dismay by diplomats here, and the announcement brought fresh pledges that the Security Council will move quickly to tighten economic sanctions against the Serbian-dominated Yugoslav government.

"It will be clearly understood by all in the Security Council that there is no future in being more patient," said Britain's representative, Sir David Hannay. "All Serbs will have only themselves to blame if things get much worse for them now."

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