JoseMujica je napisao/la::thumbup: to Veliki Štrumfe
student nije ti baš ovo za naše teme jer su ovdje aktivnosti vezane samo za Sarajevo i opsadu...Grebak baš i nije u ovoj priči, Rogoj možda a otuda je sve krenulo.
Juli mjesec je već kraj priče o Igmanu 93 jer u julu mi pokušavamo vratiti Golo Brdo (28 juli tačnije) znači da smo već tada stabilizovali linije i zaustavili napredovanje i poušavali da vratimo strateški važne pozicije....krajem jula ARBiH izlazi iz pasivne u aktivnu poziciju na Igmanu, a jel UNPA zona dolazi u avgustu?
kako god trebamo početi rekonstrukciju sa majem ili junom, region Grebak ili Rogoj (šira trnovska regija prema Goraždu i Jahorini), šta je već prije bilo ili je išlo u paketu. Jel ima iko ovdje ko je bio na ovom dijelu ratišta u to vrijeme, nebitno s koje strane da malo pogura s informacijama?
U gornjim linkovima sve pise, samo treba iscitati.
BiH radio said some 8,500 Muslim refugees had flocked to Bjelasnica Mountain just south of Sarajevo from Trnovo, which was recaptured by Serb forces earlier in the week.
Pocetak napada na Igman
Serb forces launched a major offensive in the region of the Igman mountains overlooking Sarajevo airport. Reportedly, more than 2,000 shells were fired on BiH positions. According to Sarajevo radio, combat was reported as BiH forces resisted attacks by Serb infantry backed by tanks. The main offensive was launched from Trnovo, a BiH position captured on 11 July by Serb forces about 12 miles from the city. Tanks meanwhile closed in from Hadzici west of Igman, surrounding the BiH positions in a pincer movement. The radio said that the BiH army had repulsed several attacks but it quoted the army as saying its forces were in great difficulty.
Pad bjelasnickih sela i vrha Bjelasnice
BiH Interior Minister Bakir Alispahic said that about 10 villages in the area of Mount Bjelasnica and neighbouring Igman were burned down in the day's offensive. Alispahic, in a letter to UN forces made available to reporters, claimed that the assault was directed personally by the Bosnian Serb army commander, General Ratko Mladic, despite his agreement to a cease-fire Friday.
The Belgrade-based Tanjug news agency reported that Bosnian Serbs claimed to have captured strategic Mountain Bjelasnica overlooking the city after several days of fighting. BiH Radio reported Serb shelling there early in the day, and plumes of smoke were visible on its slopes. Bosnian Serb army general staff sources said that Serb forces controlled the BiH Television relay station located on the summit
Prijetnja NATO udarima
In Brussels, Senior NATO officials met for 12 hours to discuss a US plan for air strikes against Serb positions, in particular around Sarajevo.
The latest round of peace talks was postponed in Geneva at the request of BiH President Alija Izetbegovic. Conference sources said that the BiH leadership was seeking time in light of US proposals to use military force against Bosnian Serb positions.
Prijetnja je djelovala
Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic said his troops were ready to hand over to UN peacekeepers the key hills near Sarajevo.