17 Years after the Dayton Framework Agreement for Peace

November 21, 2012 11:19 AM

On this day after17 years, the Dayton Framework Agreement for Peace was signed, ending the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina that lasted from 1992 till 1995.

After three days of negotiations, the Dayton Framework Agreement for Peace or the Dayton Peace Accords was signed on the 21st November 1995, by the former presidents of Serbia, Slobodan Milošević, former Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina Alija Izetbegović and Croatia’s president Franjo Tuđman.
The Dayton Framework Agreement for Peace was an act of consensual character drafted in the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near the American city of Dayton. This act was signed in order to stop the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The Dayton Framework Agreement for Peace was drafted in the presence of the 63rd Secretary of State of the U.S. Warren Christopher and besides him; the main attending American staff were also Richard Holbrooke and Wesley Clark. The Dayton Framework Agreement for Peace was officially signed on the 14th of December 1995 in Paris.

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