18 January: Nato extends threat of air strikes against Bosnian Serbs by demanding they allow the opening of Tuzla airport.
19 January: Yugoslavia and Croatia agree to normalise relations. The Bosnian Serbs and Croats sign a similar pact, but talks between the three Bosnian factions on ending the war achieve nothing.
3 February: UN Security Council gives Croatia two weeks to begin pulling 5,000 regular troops out of Bosnia or face sanctions.
5 February: Explosion at market in Sarajevo kills 68 people.
10 February: Nato warns Bosnian Serbs to end shelling of Sarajevo within 10 days or face air strikes. Ceasefire in Sarajevo.
20 February: As Nato ultimatum expires, UN says Serbs complied enough to avoid air strikes.
25 February: Ceasefire between Bosnian government and Croats.
28 February: Nato jets shoot down four Serb planes. Serbs shell Tuzla airport.
1 March: Bosnian and Croatian governments and Bosnian Croats agree deal on confederation.
20 March: UN convoy enters Maglaj, ending Serb siege.
22 March: Tuzla airport opens for UN military flights.
29 March: Bosnian Serbs launch offensive on enclave of Gorazde.
30 March: Zagreb signs ceasefire deal with rebel Serbs in Croatia.
7 April: Bosnian government and Serbs agree 24-hour ceasefire.
8 April: Serbs step up offensive.
10 April: UN calls air strikes on Serbs around Gorazde.
11 April: Serbs intensify attack, prompting second UN air strike. Serbs close roads to Sarajevo and hold UN staff hostage.
14 April: Serbs shell Tuzla.
15 April: Serbs reach outskirts of Gorazde; an SAS soldier in the town is killed, another wounded. French plane is hit by ground-fire.
16 April: Nato jet shot down over Gorazde.Reuse content