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March 31, 1999

p>Senate Armed Services Committee Report on the Defense Portion of the FY-00 Budget FUNCTION SUMMARY
p>State Dept. 3/30/1999 Daily Briefing U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE DAILY PRESS BRIEFING DPB #40 TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1999 2:50 P.M. (ON THE RECORD UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED) MR. RUBIN: Greetings. Welcome to the State Department briefing.
p>White House Fact Sheet on Kosovo Crisis THE UNITED STATES AND NATO: WORKING TO BRING PEACE IN KOSOVO March 30, 1999 Milosevic Is Responsible for the Conflict in Kosovo. As part of Yugoslavia, Kosovo which is 90 percent ethnic Albanian has historically enjoyed substantial self-government. In 1989, however, Serb leader Slobodan Milosevic revoked Kosovo's autonomy, sparking a campaign for self-rule that led to the outbreak of violence between Kosovar Albanians and Serb police last year.
p>Senators Call for Increased Military Cooperation with Taiwan These files are available in Adobe Acrobat format. Click on the links to download the files. If you need help with Adobe Acrobat, or you need to download the latest Adobe Acrobat Reader software (available free of charge from Adobe), click here. Bill Summary Sen. Helms' Floor Statement
p>U.S. Diplomat Says Serb Attacks on Kosovar Albanians Were Planned Before NATO Strikes 30 March 1999 TEXT: AMB. SHATTUCK SPEECH IN PRAGUE ON RULE OF LAW, NATO STRIKES Prague -- Serb and Yugoslav attacks on the civilian population of Kosovo clearly are part of a premeditated plan and not just a response to NATO airstrikes, says U.S. Ambassador to the Czech Republic John Shattuck.
p>Ballistic Missile Defense Organization FY-00 Budget Justification Book These files are available in Adobe Acrobat format. Click on the links to download the files. If you need help with Adobe Acrobat, or you need to download the latest Adobe Acrobat Reader software (available free of charge from Adobe), click here. Note: Some of these files are quite large (> 4MB), and may take a considerable time to download. Letter of Transmittal
p>DOD Joint Staff 3/30/1999 Briefing on Operation Allied Force DoD News Briefing Tuesday, March 30, 1999 - 5:20 p.m. Presenter: Update: OPERATION ALLIED FORCE Vice Adm. Scott A. Fry, Joint Staff Director of Operations Rear Adm. Thomas R. Wilson, Joint Staff Director of Intelligence
p>DOD 3/30/1999 Daily Briefing Excerpts on Kosovo DoD News Briefing Tuesday, March 30, 1999, 2:03 p.m. Presenter: Mr. Kenneth H. Bacon, ASD PA
p>Army Guidance on Formulation of FY-99 Reprogramming Process DACS-PPBC S: 12 April 1999 PPBC Memo 99-032 29 March 1999 MEMORANDUM FOR THE MEMBERS OF THE PLANNING PROGRAM BUDGET COMMITTEE SUBJECT: FY 1999 Omnibus Reprogramming Process 1. The purpose of this memorandum is to implement preparations for the Army portion of the DoD Omnibus reprogramming action for FY99. OUSD(C) has issued a data call for the Omnibus, calling for submission of candidates by Friday, 30 April.

March 30, 1999

p>British Senior Officials' 3/29/1999 Briefing on Kosovo 29 March 1999 TRANSCRIPT: BRITISH MILITARY BRIEFING IN LONDON, MARCH 29 London -- British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook says the Serb offensive in Kosovo "is ethnic cleansing of exactly the kind that we saw in Bosnia," and "fits a long pattern of President Milosevic's approach to the brutality he takes to the minorities and to the non-Serb groups within the former Yugoslavia."
p>Spanish Prime Minister's 3/24/1999 Statement on Kosovo 29 March 1999 TEXT: SPANISH PRIME MINISTER'S STATEMENT ON KOSOVO MARCH 24 Berlin -- Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar read the following statement on March 24 in Berlin, where he was attending the EU Summit: "In the face of the grave humanitarian situation provoked by the repeated violations of the most basic human rights by the Milosevic Government, and now that all efforts at dialogue and a peaceful solution have failed, the international community had the duty to react.
p>White House 3/29/1999 Briefing on Kosovo THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release March 29, 1999 PRESS BRIEFING BY JOE LOCKHART The Briefing Room 1:20 P.M. EST
p>U.K. Increases Number of Aircraft for Kosovo Operations 29 March 1999 TEXT: BRITAIN ANNOUNCES INCREASE IN RAF AIRCRAFT FOR NATO 3/29/99 London -- Britain announced March 29 that it has increased the number of Royal Airforce aircraft engaged in support of the NATO operation in Yugoslavia. The additional aircraft include: 12 Harrier GR7s, 8 Tornado GR1s, 2 Tristar Tankers, and 3 E-3D AWACS.
p>German Chancellor's 3/26/1999 Statement on Kosovo 29 March 1999 TEXT: CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER STATEMENT ON EU, NATO ACTIONS IN KOSOVO Bonn -- German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder said it would have been "cynical and irresponsible" to stand by and watch the humanitarian catastrophe in the Serbian province of Kosovo. Thus, he said, NATO was forced to begin air strikes against military targets in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia to stop "further severe and systematic" abuses of the rights of the Kosovo people.
p>State Dept. 3/29/1999 Briefing on Kosovo DEPARTMENT OF STATE DAILY PRESS BRIEFING INDEX Monday, March 29, l999 Briefer: James P. Rubin SERBIA (KOSOVO) 1-3,9 Russian Prime Minister Primakov's Visit to Belgrade 1,3 Secretary Albright's Conversations with Foreign Minister Ivanov 2,6-7 Secretary's Contact with NATO Foreign Ministers/Discussion of Contact Group Mtg 4-6,8-9 Reports of Serbian Attacks on KLA and Civilian Population/Atrocities
p>Vice President Al Gore's 3/29/1999 Statement on Kosovo THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Vice President For Immediate Release Monday, March 29, 1999 Contact: (202) 456-7035 STATEMENT BY VICE PRESIDENT GORE Chicago, IL -- We abhor the ethnic cleansing that is now occurring in Kosovo. What we feared would happen when we saw 40,000 troops deployed in and around Kosovo -- based on what happened last year in Kosovo and Rachak earlier this year -- is now happening again in Kosovo on a massive scale.