Resolution 994 (1993) on the Massive and Flagrant Violations of Human Rights in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia
|Publisher||Council of Europe: Parliamentary Assembly|
|Publication Date||3 February 1993|
|Cite as||Council of Europe: Parliamentary Assembly, Resolution 994 (1993) on the Massive and Flagrant Violations of Human Rights in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia, 3 February 1993, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3ae6b37418.html [accessed 14 July 2014]|
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i.launches a solemn appeal to all parties involved in the conflict in the territory of the former Yugoslavia to respect the Geneva conventions on humanitarian law;
ii.condemns most strongly the massive and flagrant violations of human rights in the territory of the former Yugoslavia, committed mainly by the Serbian militia in Bosnia-Hersegovina;
iii.strongly supports the efforts of the international agencies working to restore peace in the former Yugoslavia and in particular the International Conference on Peace in Former Yugoslavia;
iv.reaffirms its determination to exclude national delegations of member states or states whose parliaments enjoy special guest status, if these states are shown to break the embargo against Serbia and Montenegro.
Assembly debate on 3 February 1993 (26th Sitting) (see Doc. 6743, report of the Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights, Rapporteur: Mrs. Haller). Text adopted by the Assembly on 3 February 1993 (26th Sitting).