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Letters to Annex 1A:
Agreement on the Military Aspects of the Peace Settlement

Text of Dayton Peace Agreement documents initialed in Dayton, Ohio on November 21, 1995 and later signed by all parties in Paris on December 14, 1995. The agreement is known as the Dayton Peace Accords.

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio November 21, 1995

Excellency:

I refer to the Agreement on the Military Aspects of the Peace Settlement, which the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia has endorsed, and the Agreement Between the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Concerning the Status of NATO and its Personnel.

On behalf of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, I wish to assure you that the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia shall take all necessary steps, consistent with the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina, to ensure that the Republika Srpska fully respects and complies with commitments to NATO, including in particular access and status of forces, as set forth in the aforementioned Agreements.

Sincerely,

Slobodan Milosevic

His Excellency
Sergio Silvio Balanzino
Acting Secretary General
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
1110 BRUSSELS
Belgium

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Republic of Croatia
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Minister
Dayton, November 21, 1995

Excellency:

I refer to the Agreement on the Military Aspects of the Peace Settlement, which the Republic of Croatia has endorsed, and the Agreement Between the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Concerning the Status of NATO and its Personnel.

On behalf of the Republic of Croatia, I wish to assure you that Republic of Croatia shall take all necessary steps, consistent with the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina, to ensure that personnel or organisations in Bosnia and Herzegovina which are under its control or with which it has influence fully respect and comply with the commitments to NATO, including in particular access and status of forces, as set forth in the aforementioned Agreements.

Sincerely,

Dr. Mate Granic

His Excellency
Sergio Silvio Balanzino
Acting Secretary General
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
1110 BRUSSELS
Belgium

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Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio
November 21, 1995

Excellency:

I refer to the Agreement on the Military Aspects of the Peace Settlement, which the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina has signed as a Party, and the Agreement Between the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Concerning the Status of NATO and its Personnel.

On behalf of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, I wish to assure you that the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina will adhere to and fulfill its commitments regarding access and status of forces in general, including in particular, its commitments to NATO.

Sincerely,

Jadranko Prlic
Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister
Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

His Excellency
Sergio Silvio Balanzino
Acting Secretary General
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
1110 BRUSSELS
Belgium

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Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio
November 21, 1995

Excellency:

I refer to the Agreement on the Military Aspects of the Peace Settlement, which the Republika Srpska has signed as a Party, and the Agreement Between the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Concerning the Status of NATO and its Personnel.

On behalf of the Republika Srpska, I wish to assure you that the Republika Srpska will adhere to and fu