Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 108 Part 4.djvu/276

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108 STAT. 2910 PUBLIC LAW 103-337—OCT. 5, 1994 (2) The term "Bottom-Up.Review" means the October 1993 Department of Defense report entitled "Report on the Bottom- Up Review". (d) CLASSIFICATION OF REPORT. — The report required by subsection (a) shall be submitted in unclassified form and, if necessary, in classified form. SEC. 1403. REPORT ON INTELLIGENCE LESSONS LEARNED FROM UNITED STATES ACTIVITIES IN SOMALIA. (a) REPORT. — The Secretary of Defense shall submit to Congress a report on the intelligence lessons learned from the United States participation in United Nations activities in Somalia. (b) MATTERS TO BE INCLUDED.— The report shall— (1) specifically describe the availability of intelligence on forces of other nations and of indigenous forces operating in Somalia before, during, and after the insertion of United States forces; and (2) set forth a complete review of any intelligence failures, any equipment failures, and any equipment unavailability in the theater. (c) SUBMISSION OF REPORT. — The report shall be submitted not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act. SEC. 1404. BOSNIA. AND HERCEGOVINA. (a) PURPOSE. —It is the purpose of this section— (1) to express the sense of Congress concerning the international efforts to end the conflict in Bosnia and Hercegovina; and (2) to establish a process to end the arms embargo on the Government of Bosnia and Hercegovina. (b) STATEMENT OF SUPPORT.— The Congress supports the efforts of the Contact Group to bring about a peaceful settlement of the conflict in Bosnia and Hercegovina based upon the Contact Group proposal. (c) SENSE OF CONGRESS. —I t is the sense of Congress that: (1) The United States should work with the member nations of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and with other permanent members of the United Nations Security Council to bring about a peaceful settlement of the conflict in Bosnia and Hercegovina which maintains the territorial integrity of Bosnia and Hercegovina. (2) A peaceful settlement of the conflict must preserve an economically, politically, and militarily viable Bosnian state capable of exercising its rights under the Charter of the United Nations as part of a peaceful settlement, which rights include the inherent right of a sovereign state to self defense. (3) The acceptance of the Contact Group proposal by the Government of Bosnia and Hercegovina should lead to the lifting of the Bosnia arms embargo. (4) In providing weapons to the Bosnian Government or taking other actions, care should be taken to provide for the safety of the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) and the civilian personnel working for the United Nations or nongovernmental volunteer organizations. (5) The United States should immediately seek to organize an international effort to provide assistance to the states bordering Serbia and Montenegro to bring about more effective