War in the Balkans: Timetable: Day 30
Friday 23 April 1999
2am: Nato jets attack Krusik factory in the central Serb town of Valjevo.
3am: Tanjug reports explosions near the Batajnica military airfield north of Belgrade. Nato destroys one of Milosevic's residences.
7am: Air raid sirens sound in Pristina.
8am: Special Russian envoy Viktor Chernomyrdin arrives in Belgrade for talks with Milosevic on ways to resolve conflict and end Nato attacks.
2pm: Tanjug says Nato forces have fired missiles at areas around Pristina.
2.30pm: Explosions heard in Novi Sad.
3pm: Pentagon says all four major lines of communication linking Kosovo with the north of Yugoslavia have been hit by Nato aircraft.
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