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July 8, 1992 | JAMES GERSTENZANG and TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
In a broadening of international condemnation of Serbian aggression in the war-torn Balkans, the seven leading industrial democracies called on the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday to consider using military force to make sure that food reaches the besieged people of Sarajevo. "The blockade of Sarajevo must be lifted and the shelling of the town stopped in order to sustain a comprehensive relief operation," the leaders of the so-called Group of Seven said in a joint declaration.
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July 8, 1992 | JAMES GERSTENZANG and TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
In a broadening of international condemnation of Serbian aggression in the war-torn Balkans, the seven leading industrial democracies called on the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday to consider using military force to make sure that food reaches the besieged people of Sarajevo. "The blockade of Sarajevo must be lifted and the shelling of the town stopped in order to sustain a comprehensive relief operation," the leaders of the so-called Group of Seven said in a joint declaration.
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July 7, 1992 | JAMES GERSTENZANG and DOYLE McMANUS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
President Bush and the leaders of the other major economic powers agreed Monday to issue a new and stronger warning to Serbia that they may use force to protect relief shipments to beleaguered Sarajevo. Raising the possibility of expanded military operations in the intractable Yugoslav conflict, the Group of Seven (G-7) also discussed opening a land route to relieve Sarajevo and extending humanitarian assistance to cities and towns beyond the Bosnian capital.
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July 7, 1992 | JAMES GERSTENZANG and DOYLE McMANUS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
President Bush and the leaders of the other major economic powers agreed Monday to issue a new and stronger warning to Serbia that they may use force to protect relief shipments to beleaguered Sarajevo. Raising the possibility of expanded military operations in the intractable Yugoslav conflict, the Group of Seven (G-7) also discussed opening a land route to relieve Sarajevo and extending humanitarian assistance to cities and towns beyond the Bosnian capital.
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