Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 108 Part 4.djvu/277

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PUBLIC LAW 103-337 —OCT. 5, 1994 108 STAT. 2911 enforcement by those states of the international economic sanctions on the Government of Serbia and Montenegro. (d) GENERAL UNITED STATES POLICY.— The United States should exercise leadership within the international community to cause the Bosnian Serb faction to accept the Contact Group proposal. Such action should be taken on separate but complementary international and unilateral tracks, as set forth in subsections (e), (f), and (g). (e) INTERNATIONAL POLICY.— If the Bosnian Serbs do not accept the Contact Group proposal by the date that is the later of October 15, 1994, or the end of the 10-day period beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act, the President (or his representative) should, not later than 14 days thereafter, formally introduce and support in the United Nations Security Council a resolution to terminate the Bosnia arms embargo. The resolution should provide for the termination of the anas embargo no later than December 1, 1994 (and may allow for the termination to be accomplished in stages ending no later than that date). (f) UNILATERAL UNITED STATES POLICY.— (1) If by the earlier of November 15, 1994, or the end of the 15-day period beginning on the date on which a resolution described in subsection (e) (or a similar resolution) is formally introduced, the United Nations Security Council has not agreed to such a resolution and the Bosnian Serbs have not accepted the Contact Group proposal— (A) the funding limitation specified in paragraph (2) shall be in effect; (B) the President shall submit a plan to, and shall consult President, with, Congress on the manner in which United States Armed Forces and the militeiry forces of friendly states would provide trsdning to the armed forces of the Government of Bosnia and Hercegovina outside of the territory of Bosnia and Hercegovina; and (C) the President shall submit a plan to, and shall consult with. Congress regarding the unilateral termination by the United States of compliance with the Bosnia arms embargo and the implications thereof. (2) If the funding limitation specified in this paragraph is in effect pursuant to paragraph (1)(A), then no funds appropriated by any provision of law may be used for the purpose of participation in, support for, or assistance to the enforcement of the Bosnia arms embargo by any Department, agency or other entity of the United States (or by any officer or employee of the United States or member of the Armed Forces of the United States) other than as required of all United Nations member states under the United Nations Security Council resolution referred to in subsection (h)(3) and the Charter of the United Nations. (3)(A) The President may waive the limitation in paragraph President. (2) in the case of United States military personnel serving in NATO headquarters positions. (B) Nothing in paragraph (2) is intended to impede enforcement of sanctions against Serbia. (g) INTERIM POLICY.—I f the Bosnian Serb faction attacks any area within those areas that have been designated by the United Nations as "safe areas", the President (or his representative) should promptly formally introduce and support in the United Nations Security Council a resolution that authorizes a selective lifting of the Bosnia arms embargo in order to allow the provision of