Milosevic Agrees to U.N. Demands
Oct. 13, 1998
WASHINGTON (AP) - Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, bowing to NATO military threats, has agreed to comply with U.N. demands to end his seven-month repression of Kosovo Albanians, Clinton administration officials said Monday night.
The officials said Milosevic also agreed to the deployment of 2,000 monitors to ensure that he abides by his promsies.
As an added incentive, NATO envoys meeting in Brussels gave the green light for air strikes against Serb forces stationed in Kosovo if Milosevic fails to comply, the officials said.