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March 30, 1999

p>State Dept. Official Calls U.S.-Russia Disagreement over Kosovo "Regrettable" 29 March 1999 TEXT: AMB. SESTANOVICH WORLDNET ON KOSOVO MARCH 29 Washington -- Ambassador Stephen Sestanovich, special advisor to the Secretary of State for the New Independent States, said the disagreement between the United States and Russia over NATO airstrikes in Kosovo is "regrettable" because "we have in the past cooperated rather effectively on Kosovo" and because the United States wants "to protect a relationship that involves many common interests."
p>DOD Announces Deployment of Additional Long-Range Bombers to Europe No. 129-99 IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 29, 1999 (703)695-0192(media) (703)697-5737(public/industry) SECRETARY COHEN ORDERS MORE BOMBERS TO EUROPE Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen has ordered five B-1B Lancer bombers to Europe to plus up the U.S. contribution to NATO's OPERATION ALLIED FORCE. The planes will depart Ellsworth AFB, S.D., and be ready for air operations no later than April 1.
p>Pentagon 3/29/1999 Briefing on Kosovo DoD News Briefing Monday, March 29, 1999 - 4:17 p.m. Presenter: Mr. Kenneth H. Bacon, ASD PA Mr. Bacon: Good afternoon. I just want to take a few minutes to bring you up to date on what's happening. Air actions are underway. There's not much I can say about the details of those actions now, but they are ongoing. The United States is sending some new assets into the theater as part of the NATO plan to augment the air force.

March 29, 1999

p>Sen. John McCain's 3/29/1999 Statement on Kosovo MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1999 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: NANCY IVES (202)224-7130 STATEMENT BY SENATOR JOHN McCAIN ON NATO STRATEGY FOR THE KOSOVO CRISIS PHOENIX, AZ -- Senator John McCain (R-AZ) today issued the following statement on the current Kosovo crisis:
News from the USIA Washington File _title: NATO Announces Second Phase of Attacks Against Yugoslav Forces _doc_number: dplus990898 _summary: NATO Secretary General Javier Solana announced that NATO forces would begin to target Yugoslav ground forces. Includes introduction by USIA. ] _creation_date: 3/27/1999 _pub_date: 3/29/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: KOSOVO _F_name: dpix_4_004.ask _name_location: ] _PENTAGON: _ARMY:
News from the USIA Washington File _title: U.K. 3/27/1999 Military Briefing on NATO Strikes Over Yugoslavia _doc_number: dplus990899 _summary: Britain's Defense Secretary George Robertson and military chief of staff, General Sir Charles Guthrie, have vowed to continue bombing Yugoslavia until President Slobodan Milosevic agrees to peace in Kosovo. Includes introduction by USIA. ] _creation_date: 3/27/1999 _pub_date: 3/29/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: KOSOVO
DefenseLINK News: STATEMENT BY ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE KEN BACON _title: DOD Spokesman Says U.S. Doesn't Intend to Send Ground Troops to Fight in Kosovo _doc_number: dplus90897 _summary: DOD Spokesman Ken Bacon says in a statement that the United States would only send ground troops in as peacekeeping forces only. ] _creation_date: 3/27/1999 _pub_date: 3/29/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex
DefenseLINK News: DoD News Briefing, Saturday, March 27, 1999 _title: DOD 3/27/1999 Briefing on Kosovo Strikes _doc_number: dplus990901 _summary: Briefing announced the rescue of the downed F-117 pilot. ] _creation_date: 3/27/1999 _pub_date: 3/29/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: KOSOVO _F_name: dpix_4_004.ask _name_location: ] _PENTAGON: _ARMY:
p>British Prime Minister's Address to the House of Commons on Kosovo 29 March 1999 London -- British Prime Minister Tony Blair says that for "every act of barbarity, every slaughter of the innocent" perpetrated by his forces against ethnic Albanians in Kosovo, "Milosevic must be made to pay a higher and higher price."
News from the USIA Washington File _title: Clinton Statement on Rescue of Downed F-117 Pilot _doc_number: dplus990900 _summary: Says NATO operations will go forward as planned. Includes introduction by USIA. ] _creation_date: 3/27/1999 _pub_date: 3/29/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: KOSOVO _F_name: dpix_4_004.ask _name_location: ] _PENTAGON: _ARMY: _NAVY: _AIRFORCE: _MISSILE: _Electronics: ]
p>State Dept. 3/26/1999 Daily Briefing DEPARTMENT OF STATE DAILY PRESS BRIEFING INDEX Friday, March 26, l999 Briefer: James P. Rubin SERBIA (KOSOVO) 1-3 US Condemns Latest Instances of Serbian Repression 3 Refugees Flee Fighting in Kosovo/US Assistance to Refugees 5-6 NATO Countries Support of NATO Action in Kosovo/Greece/Italy 6-7,9 Secretary Albright's Remarks to the Serbian People/Purpose 10 Senator Helm's on Supporting Opposition Groups to Overthrow Milosevic
News from the USIA Washington File _title: British 3/26/1999 U.N. Security Council Statement on Kosovo _doc_number: dplus990905 _summary: Includes introduction by USIA. ] _creation_date: 3/26/1999 _pub_date: 3/29/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: KOSOVO _F_name: dpix_4_004.ask _name_location: ] _PENTAGON: _ARMY: _NAVY: _AIRFORCE: _MISSILE: _Electronics: ] Kosovo-UK-UNSC.htm 3-29
News from the USIA Washington File _title: U.N. Security Council Rejects Demand for Cessation of Hostilities Against Yugoslavia _doc_number: dplus990906 _summary: In a U.N. statement, the Security Council voted 12-3 against the resolution offered by Belarus, Russia and India. Includes an introduction by USIA. ] _creation_date: 3/26/1999 _pub_date: 3/29/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: KOSOVO _F_name: dpix_4_004.ask _name_location: ]
News from the USIA Washington File _title: OSCE Makes Final Appeal to Yugoslav President to Accept Peace Accord _doc_number: dplus990907 _summary: The chairman of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe said in a statement that he had made one final appeal to Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic to accept the peace accord signed by the Kosovar Albanians in France. ] _creation_date: 3/24/1999 _pub_date: 3/29/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex
News from the USIA Washington File _title: U.K. Military Officials' 3/28/1999 Briefing on Operation Allied Force _doc_number: dplus990893 _summary: Britain's Defense Secretary George Robertson and military chief of staff, General Sir Charles Guthrie, say Serbian troops are continuing their attacks against ethnic Albanians in Kosovo. ] _creation_date: 3/28/1999 _pub_date: 3/29/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: KOSOVO _F_name: dpix_4_004.ask
DefenseLINK News: DoD News Briefing, March 26, 1999 -- 5:20 p.m. _title: DOD 3/26/1999 Briefing on Kosovo Strikes _doc_number: dplus990902 _summary: Covered the shooting down of two Yugoslav MiG-29 jets that allegedly attempted to attack the peacekeeping forces in Bosnia. ] _creation_date: 3/26/1999 _pub_date: 3/29/1999 _site: defense _Priority: _doc_format: as _doc_type: ex _subj_cat: KOSOVO
Clinton Letter to Congress Informing them of the Decision Clinton Letter to Congress Outlining the Mission Goals Today's Press Release TEXT OF A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT TO THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND THE PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE OF THE SENATE
p>White House Establishes Interagency Task Force on U.S. Coast Guard Roles & Missions EXECUTIVE ORDER THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release March 26, 1999 - - - - - - - INTERAGENCY TASK FORCE ON THE ROLES AND MISSIONS OF THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:
p>DOD Announces $2 Billion Fighter Aircraft Sale to Israel No. 035-M MEMORANDUM FOR CORRESPONDENTS March 26, 1999
p>DOD Announces $350 Million Aircraft Spare Parts Sale to South Korea No. 034-M MEMORANDUM FOR CORRESPONDENTS March 26, 1999

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