Balkan Update

June 15, 1994

Sporadic shelling and exchanges of gunfire continue in the north and northeast, but U.N. officials say fighting has eased considerably in most places since a month-long cease-fire went into effect Friday.

Croatian president Franjo Tudjman made an unprecedented wartime visit to the Bosnian capital of SARAJEVO to lend his support to the Muslim-Croat alliance.

In MOSCOW, Russian foreign minister Andrei Kozyrev warned Bosnian Serbs to give up conquered land or risk losing support from Moscow. He also warned the United States that a withdrawal from a U.N. arms embargo in Bosnia could lead to confrontation and even world war.

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