13 July 2001 NEW YORK. The UN Security Council extended by an unanimous vote the mandate for UN military observers (UNMOP) in the Prevlaka peninsula for six months. Prevlaka is Croatian territory, but oversees access to the Kotor Bay in Montenegro where Yugoslavia’s only deep-water naval base is located. UNMOP was established in 1996 and […]

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