Clinton In Bosnia

NPR's Edward Lifson reports on President Clinton's trip to Bosnia today. In Sarajevo, the President told Bosnian leaders that it is their responsibility to turn the Dayton peace agreements into a living reality. He told Bosnian citizens that it is their responsibility to shape their own futures. And, in a speech in Tuzla, Mr. Clinton thanked American peace-keeping soldiers for what he called their "profoundly important" and worthwhile mission.

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