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UNDP and the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights have launched a new phase of a joint project to provide small grants for community human rights initiatives in 21 countries.
The Macedonian war may be over but old prejudices continue to simmer.
of the President of the Republic of Macedonia, H.E. Mr. Boris Trajkovski to the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia
Skopje, December 21, 2001
Distinguished President of the Assembly
Distinguished Prime Minister and Ministers
Distinguished members of the Parliament
Claus Vollers, who is NATO's ambassador to Macedonia, told AP in Skopje on 20 December that "it would be a good idea to have a second collection of weapons. We hear shots every night. There are too many weapons around." He suggested that any new collection should be organized by the government and affect ethnic Macedonian civilians as well as ethnic Albanians. Vollers also recommended that financial incentives be offered for turning in weapons, along with stiff penalties for those found in possession of illegal weapons.
This Programme Update is intended for reporting on Annual Appeals.
Appeal Target: CHF 956,952
Period covered: September - November 2001
(last Programme Update issued No. 01; August 2001
"At a Glance"
Appeal coverage: 173.1% Related Appeals: N/A
Outstanding needs: None
SKOPJE, 20 December 2001 -- Ethnically mixed police teams, accompanied by monitors of the OSCE and the European Union, yesterday redeployed to another five villages located in the previous conflict area around the town of Tetovo, in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Representatives of NATO's Task Force Fox were also present.
By Jolyon Naegele
The UN Security Council tonight or early tomorrow is expected to authorize a British-led UN security force in Afghanistan to be deployed as early as late December, and which would be allowed to use force. RFE/RL's Jolyon Naegele reports that UN-authorized peacekeeping engagements in the Balkans offer a wealth of lessons to the new force.
IP/01/1612 - Brussels, 19 November 2001
Refugees returning from Kosovo to the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Ethnic Albanians appear reconciled to having Macedonian policemen return to their villages.
Plenary 87th Meeting (PM)
Skopje, December 14 - The Media Activity Center reported that the Macedonian police started yesterday with realization of the Plan for return of the security forces in 15 villages, in four regions of Macedonia.
(A) West and Central Asia: (1) Regional overview, (2) Afghanistan, (3) Pakistan, (4) Iran, (5) Tajikistan
(1) Regional overview
News Release No: 2002/154/ECA
By Kole Casule
SKOPJE (Reuters) - Macedonians never imagined they would need earphones to understand debate in parliament or use a foreign language to buy food, but a new era distasteful to many looms as the price of peace with rebel minority Albanians.
A veritable constitutional revolution has been imposed by a Western-brokered peace accord with minority Albanian guerrillas, whose February-August uprising for better civil rights brought the tiny Balkan republic to its knees.
If the constitutional amendments recently ratified by parliament are carried out, Macedonian's …