Balkan Update

August 14, 1993

Under threat of NATO air strikes, Bosnian Serbs allowed a convoy into SARAJEVO yesterday and agreed to quit strategic MOUNT IGMAN today.

In light of that agreement, peace talks in GENEVA postponed until Monday because of the dispute over the withdrawal of Serbian forces from Igman, were expected to resume Monday.

In WASHINGTON, Secretary of State Warren M. Christopher assured a Muslim delegation that NATO would take military action if Serbs do not withdraw from the mountains and let relief supplies reach the city.

BRITAIN offered to treat more Bosnian war victims at its hospital.

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