KAKAV DIVAN AKT – MIROTVORAN
ODLUKA VIJEĆA SIGURNOSTI UN-a
OD 25. RUJNA 1991. GODINE
KOMENTAR General-pukovnika Slobodana Praljka
Sjajna odluka VS UN-a, vrhunska odluka, spoj mudrosti, znanja, spoznaje, državničke i povijesne odgovornosti, zapanjujuća razina HUMANITETA.
Dobro – Rusi i Srbi vole se javno, Francuzi vole Srbe (Mitterrand to javno kaže), dobro, dobro, Englezi ne vole nikoga, a Hrvate još manje, Jugoslaviju vole svi, ali Amerikanci, Amerikanci, Amerikanci.
John Ford i John Wayne u grobu se okreću od tolike pravičnosti u borbi.
Kaže crnogorski Vladika i pjesnik Njegoš:
„Boj ne bije svijetlo oružje, već boj bije srce u junaka“
I grčki pjesnik Kavafis pjeva:
„Slava pripada onima koji odlučiše braniti Termopile“.
Platili smo veliku cijenu i POBIJEDILI.
DOKUMENTI D-11, D-12, D-13
ORUŽANA SILA JNA STRUKTURA I BROJNOST OS SFRJ (OS = JNA + TO) U MIRU I RATU: *
LJUDSTVO JNA: u miru: 180.000 (15%)
u ratu: + 1.200.000 (85%)
TO LJUDSTVO: u miru: oko 1.000 (2% samo zapovjedništva)
u ratu: oko 1.200.000 (98%) – od toga:
TO Slovenije 110.000, TO Hrvatske 230.000, TO Bosne i Hercegovine 270.000; TO Crne Gore 40.000; TO Makedonije 60.000; TO Srbije 300.000; TO Vojvodine 60.000, TO Kosova 130.000, s time što je potonja postojala samo na papiru, jer je nakon demonstracija Albanaca u proljeće 1981. bila razoružana i oružje je odvezeno u Srbiju; kosovskim Srbima i Crnogorcima (oko 12% stanovništva) oružje je bilo ostavljeno ili su kasnije naoružavani paralelnim izvan-institucionalnim kanalima.
OS SFRJ ukupno u ratu (s naprezanjem 8%): 2.400.000, od čega oko 550.000 u proizvodnji i logistici, a ostatak u borbenim postrojbama.
Kopnena vojska (KoV)
SASTAV: 17 korpusa
1. gardijska divizija (Beograd) i 63. padobranska brigada (Niš) kao samostalne postrojbe Generalštaba.
TEŠKO NAORUŽANJE: 2.100 tenkova
1.000 oklopnih transportera
8.000 topničkih oruđa
1.300 protuoklopnih raketnih oruđa.
Jugoslavenska ratna mornarica (JRM)
SASTAV I SREDSTVA: 1 brigada torpednih čamaca (14)
1 brigada raketnih čamaca i raketnih topovnjača (16)
1 brigada patrolnih brodova (4)
1 divizion minolovaca (9)
1 brigada podmornica (11)
1 odred pomorskih diverzanata
3 brigade mornaričkog pješaštva.
Ratno zrakoplovstvo i protuzrakoplovna obrana (RZ I PZO)
SASTAV: 5. Korpus RZ i PZO (Zagreb)
1. Korpus RZ i PZO (Beograd)
3. Korpus RZ i PZO (Skopje)
SREDSTVA: 512 borbenih zrakoplova
104 transportna zrakoplova
152 helikoptera i
118 ostalih zrakoplova, te
5.100 protuzrakoplovnih topova i
2.800 protuzrakoplovnih raketnih oruđa.
*Izvor: Martin Špegelj: „Sjećanja vojnika“, Znanje d.d., Zagreb, 2001., II. Prilozi izvan teksta: 2. Karte: 4. Prostorni ustroj JNA nakon 1988. – vojišni sustav;
DOKUMENTI D-12 i D-13
In a letter dated 14 November 1991182 the President of the Security Council informed the Secretary-General as follows:
“I have the honour to inform you that your letter dated 12 November 1991181 concerning an addition to the Member States contributing military personnel to the United Nations Advance Mission in Cambodia has been brought to the attention of the Council members. They agree with the proposal contained in your letter.”
LETTER DATED 19 SEPTEMBER 1991 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF AUSTRIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
LETTER DATED 19 SEPTEMBER 1991 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CANADA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
LETTER DATED 20 SEPTEMBER 1991 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF HUNGARY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
LETTER DATED 24 SEPTEMBER 1991 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF YUGOSLAVIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
At its 3009th meeting, on 25 September 1991. the Council decided to invite the representative of Yugoslavia to participate without vote, in the discussion of the item entitled:
“Letter dated 19 September 1991 from the Permanent Representative of Austria to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council (S/23052).”22
“Letter dated 19 September 1991 from the Permanent Representative of Canada to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council (S/23053).”22
“Letter dated 20 September 1991 from the Permanent Representative of Hungary to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council (S/23057).”22
“Letter dated 24 September 1991 from the Permanent Representative of Yugoslavia to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council (S/23069).”22
Conscious of the fact that Yugoslavia has welcomed, through a letter from the Permanent Representative of Yugoslavia to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council183 the decision to convene a meeting of the Security Council.
Having heard the statement by the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Yugoslavia.184
Deeply concerned by the fighting in Yugoslavia, which is causing a heavy loss of human life and material damage, and by the consequences for the countries of the region, in particular in the border areas of neighbouring countries.
Concerned that the continuation of this situation constitutes a threat to international peace and security.
Recalling its primary responsibility under the Charter of the United Nations for the maintenance of international peace and security.
Recalling also the provisions of Chapter VIII of the Charter.
Commending the efforts undertaken by the European Community and its member States, with the support of the States participating in the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, to restore peace and dialogue in Yugoslavia, through, inter alia, the implementation of a cease-fire including the sending of observers, the convening of a conference on Yugoslavia, including the mechanisms set forth within it and the suspension of the delivery of all weapons and military equipment to Yugoslavia.
Recalling the relevant principles enshrined in the Charter, and in this context taking note of the declaration of 3 September 1991 of the States participating in the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe that no territorial gams or changes within Yugoslavia brought about by violence are acceptable.
Taking note of the agreement for a cease-fire concluded on 17 September 1991 in Igalo, and also that signed on 22 September 1991.
Alarmed by the violations of the cease-fire and the continuation of the fighting.
Taking note of the letter dated 19 September 1991 from the Permanent Representative of Austria to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council.185
Taking note also of the letters dated 19 and 20 September 1991 from, respectively, the Permanent Representative of Canada186 and the Permanent Representative of Hungary187 to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council.
Taking note further of the letters addressed to the Secretary-General dated 5 and 22 July, 6 and 21 August and 20 September 1991 from the Permanent Representative of the Netherlands188 the letter dated 12 July 1991 from the Permanent Representative of Czechoslovakia,189 the letter dated 7 August 1991 from the Permanent Representatives of Belgium, France and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland,190 and the letter dated 19 September 1991 from the Permanent Representative of Australia191: as well as the letter addressed to the President of the Security Council dated 7 August 1991 from the Charge d’affaires a.i. of the Permanent Mission of Austria,192 and the letters dated 29 August and 4 and 20 September 1991 from the Permanent Representatives of Belgium, France and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland193 to the United Nations.
1. Expresses its full support for the collective efforts for peace and dialogue in Yugoslavia undertaken under the auspices of the member States of the European Community with the support of the States participating in the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe consistent with the principles of that Conference;
2. Supports fully all arrangements and measures resulting from such collective efforts as those described above, in particular with regard to assistance and support to the ceasefire observers, and to consolidate an effective end to hostilities in Yugoslavia and to assure the smooth functioning of the process instituted within the framework of the Conference on Yugoslavia;
3. Invites to this end the Secretary-General to offer his assistance without delay, in consultation with the Government of Yugoslavia and all those promoting the efforts referred to above, and to report as soon as possible to the Security Council;
4. Strongly urges all parties to abide strictly by the ceasefire agreements of 17 and 22 September 1991;
5. Appeals urgently to and encourages all parties to settle their disputes peacefully and through negotiation al the Conference on Yugoslavia, including through the mechanisms set forth within it;
7. Calls upon all States to refrain from any action which might contribute to increasing tension and to impeding or delaying a peaceful and negotiated outcome to the conflict in Yugoslavia, which would permit all Yugoslavs to decide upon and to construct their future in peace;
8. Decides to remain seized of the matter until a peaceful solution is achieved.
Adopted unanimously at the 3009th meeting.
Prof. SLOBODAN PRALJAK, dipl.ing.
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