MILOSEVIC REFUSED THESE CONDITIONS FROM THE WEST! He said NO to Clinton and Serbia entered the war against NATO (VIDEO)
Peace plan for Kosovo province was allocation of NATO forces across Serbia, not just on Kosovo and Metohija, as well as destruction of sovereignty of Belgrade over southern province, which was the last drop for Slobodan Milosevic
Talks that lasted for days between the official Belgrade and international intermediaries went south.
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Yugoslavian president Slobodan Milosevic said NO, and the secretary general Javier Solana gave the "green light" to the commander of the Allied forces, American general Wesley Clark to attack Yugoslavia!
On today's date in 1999 the negotiation between Belgrade and "The West" were abandoned, and the president of SRY Slobodan Milosevic refused the given terms for the peace plan for Kosovo province.
Peace plan for Kosovo province was allocation of NATO forces across Serbia, not just on Kosovo and Metohija, as well as destruction of sovereignty of Belgrade over southern province, which was the last drop for Slobodan Milosevic.
By refusing this last paper, Milosevic "gave the excuse" that the NATO secretary general Javier Solana activates the order of directly attacking Yugoslavia.
The attacks began the next day.
This decision was made even before the talks in Rambouillet and it was evident that if Milosevic refused the offer, it will be activated.
First bombs fell on Yugoslavia territory on March 24, 1999.
Four days before that, the negotiations were definitively over, and the US president Bill Clinton stated that the "Serbs have crossed the boundary" and the war against Yugoslavia began!
- We will wait no more. The boundary has been stepped. American national interests are violated - said Clinton after the failed negotiations.
Right after those words, diplomats of the western countries started abandoning Belgrade, and the international representatives Kosovo.
This was a clear signal that NATO forces were about to strike.
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