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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 15, 1993.- 7

FOOTBALL FUN

Leaders sign Bosnian
cease-fire agreement

GENEVA (AP) - The presidents of Croatia
and the Muslim-led Bosnian government signed
a cease-fire for Bosnia yesterday and pledged to
open routes for aid convoys. They also agreed to
close all prisoner camps.
Croatian President Franjo Tudjman and
Bosnian PresidentAlija Izetbegovicagreed fight-
ing should stop "immediately and by no later
than" Saturday.
Several previous agreements between the two
sides have failed to stop the battles for territory
that have raged for much of the summer in central
and southern Bosnia.
And Bosnian state radio reported heavy clashes
yesterday between Croat and government forces
in the central town of Gornji Vakuf.
Tudjman said he expects Bosnian Croat leader
Mate Boban to keep to the latest accord.
The accord came as pressure mounted on
Tudjman in Croatia, where his troops and Serb
fighters have been engaged in the worst fighting

since January.
Serb fighters claimed to have shot down a
Croatian army jet yesterday. Croatian govern-
ment would not comment on the report. A U.N.
official who spoke on condition of anonymity
said only three of four MiG-21 fighters that took
off from a Croatian airfield in the morning had
returned.
Tension flared when Croatian troops captured,
two Serb-held villages and Serbs responded with
rocket attacks near the Croatian capital, Zagreb,
during the weekend.
U.N. spokesperson Richard Calver said fight-
ing appeared to have eased yesterday.
International peace mediators in Geneva wel-
comed yesterday's accord, their spokesperson
John Mills said.
Tudjman and Izetbegovic pledged to create
conditions for"free and unhindered passage of all
relief convoys and activities of humanitarian or-
ganizations."

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