The Canadian Press

1992-05-25 | Mulroney-Yugoslavia

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In late May, Canada expelled Yugoslav diplomats and cancelled landing rights for that country's airline to protest continued fighting by the Serb-dominated federal army. Prime Minister Brian Mulroney called for urgent action by the UN Security Council. (Five days later, the UN voted to impose trade and oil sanctions against Serbia and Montenegro, the two states left in what once was Yugoslavia.)

Date: 1992-05-25
Placeline: Montreal, QC, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 14 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << as is painfully obvious in Bosnia and Herzegovina the U. N.'s capability to intervene effectively on behalf of the innocents is inadequate the United Nations needs to review urgently the full range of options available to it >>

Clip ID: 19920525CPCN001