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The Dayton Peace Accords

Text of documents related to the Dayton Peace Agreement which was initialed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio on November 21, 1995 and signed in Paris on December 14, 1995. The agreement is known as the Dayton Peace Accords. An official print version of the accords will be made available in the U.S. Department of State Dispatch Supplement, Volume 7, Number 1.
Agreed Measures on Dayton Accords Compliance Report (3/18/96)
Summary of the Dayton Peace Agreement
Text Only Version of Agreement
The Dayton Peace Agreement for Bosnia and Herzegovina on the Web

General Framework Agreement for Peace
Annex 1A: Military Aspects of the Peace Settlement
Appedices to Annex 1A
Letters to Annex 1A
Annex 1B: Regional Stabilization
Annex 2: Inter-Entity Boundary Line and Related Issues
Annex 3: Elections
Annex 4: Constitution
Annex 5: Arbitration
Annex 6: Human Rights
Annex 7: Refugees and Displaced Persons
Annex 8: Commission To Preserve National Monuments
Annex 9: Establishment of Bosnia and Herzegovina Public Corporations
Annex 10: Civilian Implementation of Peace Settlement
Annex 11: International Police Task Force
Agreement on Initialling
Side-Letters
Concluding Statement

Remarks at the Initialing of the Balkan Proximity Peace Talks Agreement (11/21/95)
Press Briefing Following the Initialing of the Balkan Proximity Peace Talks Agreement (11/21/95)


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