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The Dayton Peace Agreement (formally known as the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina) was signed on 14 December at the Paris Peace Conference to mark the cessation of hostilities that tore that country apart between and It helped usher a new era for the Alliance as new partnerships and peacekeeping became central to NATO’s transition into a post. NATO conducted its first major crisis response operation in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The NATO-led Implementation Force (IFOR) was deployed in December to implement the military aspects of the Dayton Peace Agreement and was replaced a year later by the NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR). SFOR helped to maintain a secure environment and facilitate the country’s . The prospects for implementation of Dayton Agreements and the new NATO mission in Bosnia: hearing before the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, second session, Ma The NATO intervention in Bosnia and Herzegovina was a series of actions undertaken by NATO whose stated aim was to establish long-term peace during and after the Bosnian War. NATO's intervention began as largely political and symbolic, but gradually expanded to include large-scale air operations and the deployment of approximat soldiers under Operation Joint Endeavor.
The agreement invites into Bosnia and Herzegovina a multinational military Implementation Force, the IFOR, under the command of NATO, with a grant of authority from the UN. The IFOR will have the right to monitor and help ensure compliance with the agreement . This process produced agreement on a bold new strategy designed to bring the Bosnia issue to a head in , before presidential election politics would have a chance to intervene and instill a. Annex 9 Agreement on Bosnia and Herzegovina Public Corporations Annex 10 Agreement on Civilian Implementation Annex 11 Agreement on International Police Task Force. A/50/ S// English Page 7 ANNEX 1-A air and maritime units from NATO and non-NATO nations, deployed to Bosnia and Herzegovina to help. “Looking for Dayton” is a character-driven, documentary dramedy that follows the journey of 3 friends who fought in and for Sarajevo during the war as they travel to the United States to ask questions, seek answers and consider the impact of the US-brokered peace agreement on .
The story of the Dayton peace agreement and its implementation is also the story of how Bosnian policy evolved within the Clinton administration. Ivo Daalder in a forthcoming book on the. On Decem , NATO began the mass deployment of 60, troops to enforce the Dayton peace accords, signed in Paris by the leaders of the former Yugoslavia on December mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina and handed over peace stabilization duties to a European Union force (EUFOR). The mission of the EU’s Operation Althea has been to ensure continued compliance with th e Dayton peace agreement and contribute to a secure environment and Bosnia’s efforts towards European integration. The EU. This agreement settles the conflict in the region. It consists of 11 Annexes on Military Aspects, Regional Stabilization, Inter-Entity Boundary Issues, Elections, Constitution, Arbitration, Human Rights, Refugees and Displaced Person, Commission to Preserve National Monuments, Corporations between the two countries, Civilian Implementation and on the International Police Task Force.