Relugees and Internally Displaced Persons in the Former Yugoslavia in the Light of Dayton and Paris Agreements
AbstractThis paper provides an overview and assessment of implementation of the Dayton Peace Agreements, particularly the part referring to refugees and internally displaced persons. The establishment of peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina in accordance with the Dayton Agreement and the subsequent normalization of life in the former Yugoslavia should create prerequisites for unobstructed return of over 2 million individuals to their homes. Therefore, we will review the number of refugees from the territory of the former Yugoslavia, places of their present residence, their problems and possibilities for their return to areas where they used to live.
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