U.S. - Yugoslavia NPR's Michele Kelemen reports the United States has agreed to attend a donors' conference for Yugoslavia on Friday at which Belgrade hopes to raise nearly $1.3 billion to revive its war-shattered economy. Washington's agreement to participate in the conference came as the Yugoslav government showed signs of getting ready to extradite former President Slobodan Milosevic to the Hague to stand trial for crimes against humanity. Washington had made Milosevic's extradition a condition for joining the donor's conference.
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U.S. - Yugoslavia

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U.S. - Yugoslavia

U.S. - Yugoslavia

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NPR's Michele Kelemen reports the United States has agreed to attend a donors' conference for Yugoslavia on Friday at which Belgrade hopes to raise nearly $1.3 billion to revive its war-shattered economy. Washington's agreement to participate in the conference came as the Yugoslav government showed signs of getting ready to extradite former President Slobodan Milosevic to the Hague to stand trial for crimes against humanity. Washington had made Milosevic's extradition a condition for joining the donor's conference.