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Introduced in House (05/21/1992)

Expresses the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States should: (1) suspend all assistance and cooperative programs with Serbia and Montenegro and prevent them from gaining access to benefits and assets available to the other newly independent states of the former Yugoslavia (independent states); (2) urge the European Community (EC), other members of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE), and the United Nations to take immediate action to impose more comprehensive sanctions against Serbia and Montenegro, such as an oil embargo; (3) urge international financial institutions to cease negotiations with Serbia and Montenegro, and urge the EC, CSCE, and other members of the United Nations to freeze credit lines to Serbia and Montenegro; (4) take no action to recognize Serbia and Montenegro until they meet EC criteria for recognition and until Serbia ceases aggression against Bosnia-Hercegovina, withdraws military forces from Bosnia, and agrees to respect the territorial integrity of all the newly independent states; (5) press for full suspension of the Yugoslav seat from the CSCE and other international bodies; (6) promote efforts to establish a security zone around Sarajevo to ensure the delivery of humanitarian assistance; (7) insist that Serbia restore the autonomy of Kosovo and Vojvodina; and (8) encourage each of the newly independent states to respect the CSCE principles guiding relations between states.