Balkan Update

August 01, 1993

Bosnia's political and military leaders remain divided over a peace agreement reached Friday in GENEVA that would split the country into a loose federation of three ethnic republics, a member of the collective presidency said.

Despite a cease-fire agreement, fierce fighting was reported in many areas. The fighting was reported most intense at BRCKO, ZAVIDOVICI, MAGLAJ, TESANJ and OLOVO, where Serbian commanders are seeking to squeeze or eliminate pockets of Bosnian army control.

At Washington's request, NATO officials will meet in BRUSSELS, Belgium, tomorrow to discuss the use of air power in Bosnia.

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