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EC/IMG Document

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Emergency Assessment of Damaged Housing and Local/Village Infrastructure in Kosovo. (PDF)

FOCUS Documents

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FOCUS Assessment Mission 1 to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 16 - 25 June 1999: Terms of reference. Bern, Switzerland. July 1999.

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FOCUS Assessment Mission 1 to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Executive Summary. Bern, Switzerland. July 1999.

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FOCUS Assessment Mission 2 to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Heating, 6–15 August 1999. Executive Summary & Final Report. Bern, Switzerland. October 1999.

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FOCUS Assessment Mission 2 to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Pharma, 18–28 August 1999. Bern, Switzerland. October 1999.

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FOCUS Assessment Mission 2 to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Ecology, 18 July–13 August 1999. Bern, Switzerland. October 1999.

FRY Documents

- Damage to the Environment. Revitalization Programme. Pancevo, HIP Petrohemija, December 1999. (PDF)
- Minutes of Meeting. NIS Rafinerija Novi Sad. 10 January 2000. (PDF)
- Notes of Meeting. Pancevo Petroleum Refinery. 13 January 2000. (PDF)
- Report on the Consequences of NATO bombing of NIS-Pancevo Petroleum Refinery in the period from 4 April 1999 to 7 June 1999. Pancevo Petroleum Refinery, 16 June 1999.  (PDF)
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Consequences of the Air-Raids on the Environment and the Health of the Pancevo Population, Mirjan Nadrljanski, student of Medicine, Pancevo, June 1999. (PDF)

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Data About Air Sampling in Nis in Period 23/3 - 10/6/1999, Nis, 1999. (PDF)

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Information on Environment from the Industrial Damages Caused by DD "Zastava Automobili" p.o. Bombing, Kragujevac, July 1999. (PDF)

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Overview of Ecological Consequences of NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, Dr. Lausevic, Belgrade, 20 May 1999. (PDF)

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Photos from Petrochemical complex, Pancevo, Yugoslavia, after NATO Strikes, HIP PetroHemija, April 1999. (PDF)

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Preliminary Information on Actual and Potential Environmental Impacts of the NATO Aggression in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Federal Ministry for Development, Science and Environment, Belgrade, May 1999. (PDF)

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Release of Hazardous, Toxic and Cancerogenic Substances into the Atmosphere During the Warfare in Yugoslavia and an Assessment of their Environmental Impact, Zorka B. Vukmirovic, Environmental Studies, Alternative Academic Educational Network, Belgrade, October 1999. (PDF)

REC Documents

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Assessment of the Environmental Impacts of Military Activities during Yugoslavia Conflict, Preliminary Finding, June 1999, Regional Environmental Center for Central and Easter Europe (REC), Hungary, June 1999. (prepared for: European Commission, DG-XI-Environment, Nuclear Safety and Civil Protection)

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DISCUSSION PAPER: Rebuilding Post-War Balkans. The Need for Institutional Development and the Role of Environment.

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The Bulletin - The Quarterly Magazine of the Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) - Cover Story of the 1999 Summer Issue - War in Yugoslavia.

- South Eastern European Development of Environmental Society Initiative.

Russia Document

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Assessment of Environmental Pollution in the Balkans and Adjacent Territories Caused by NATO Rocket and Bomb Strikes Against Yugoslav Territory, Rosgidromet, Moscow 1999. Translation from Russian (PDF)

UN Document

- UN Security Council Resolution 1244 (1999)

UN OCHA Documents

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Electricity and Heating in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Executive Summary of Predicted Winter Shortages and Recommended Humanitarian Measures, 14 September 1999. (PDF)

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Electricity and Heating in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Assessment of Energy Needs for the Coming Winter. Colenco Power Engineering Ltd. 20 Septempber 1999. (PDF)

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Humanitarian Risk Analysis No. 4 - Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Belgrade 1 October 1999.

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Humanitarian Risk Analysis No. 5 - Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Belgrade 27 October 1999.

- OCHA Belgrade: Weekly Situation Report 21-25 Nov 1999, Belgrade 27 October 1999.

University of Thrace (Greece) Documents

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A Pollution Episode of Organic Semi-Volatile Compounds from the war-zone of Kosovo, detected in Xanthi Greece, Environmental Engineering Department, Demokritos University of Thrace, Xanthi Greece, June 1999.

- A Provisional Assessment of Environmental Consequences in the Balkans of the operation “Allied Force”. Zerefos, C., Melas D., Rapsomanikis S., Alexandropoulou A. 1999.

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