10 January 2000 Military News
Defense Policy / Programs
- 10 January 2000 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING BY OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 10 Jan 2000
- RUSSIA / CHECHNYA Voice of America 10 January 2000 -- Russia's Defense Minister, Igor Sergeyev, has vowed to resume the Chechnya offensive after a temporary lull in air attacks over the past few days.
- CONGRESS PRESIDENT ASKS FARC TO EXTEND CEASEFIRE; POSSIBLE DMZ FOR THE ELN January 10, 2000 -- The president of the Colombian Congress asked the nation's largest leftist rebel group to extend a holiday ceasefire for six months, one day before the unilateral ceasefire is due to end.
- SECURITY COUNCIL HOLDS DEBATE ON IMPACT OF AIDS ON PEACE AND SECURITY IN AFRICA Press Release SC/6781 - 10 January 2000 -- The Security Council met this morning in an open debate on the impact of AIDS on peace and security in Africa. The debate marked the first time that the Council has discussed a health issue as a threat to peace and security. The meeting, which lasted for more than seven hours, was addressed by over 40 speakers.
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