Balkan Update

March 29, 1994

In FRANKFURT, Germany, the United Nations and the U.S. military said that Western air forces had suspended humanitarian airdrops to besieged Muslim-held enclaves in Bosnia after land routes for aid were reopened.

Muslim and Croat leaders met in SARAJEVO to begin building a federation viewed as a key step toward ending Bosnia's 2-year-old war. Both sides appeared confident a joint assembly would approve a draft constitution and agree on an interim government to rule until elections within six months.

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