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Black - Chapter 07

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Buy and Download Description In December 1996, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Sadako Ogata, announced that requisite conditions had been satisfied to end the 'temporary protection' of Bosnian refugees, setting the stage for 1997 to be the year of repatriation from the European Union. According to UNHCR, at the end of 1996 there were 835,000 Bosnian refugees in twenty-five host countries in Europe without a 'durable solution', of whom it was projected that around 200,000 would return in 1997 (UN 1996). Half of these returnees were expected to come from Germany alone (UNHCR 1997b). While the vast majority of returns to Bosnia-Herzegovina were expected to be spontaneous, 1997 saw an increased effort amongst most EU member states, and by UNHCR itself, to initiate assisted return programmes and to facilitate and/or encourage Bosnian repatriation. In December 1996, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Sadako Ogata, announced that requisite conditions had been satisfied to end the 'temporary protection' of Bosnian refugees, setting the stage for 1997 to be the year of repatriation from the
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