NATO bombing targets in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, March to June 1999
This map shows the involvement of NATO in Yugoslavia. The map indicates the capital, major administrative places, other cities, roads (highways, principal routes, and secondary routes), railways, canals, and airports. The sites that pose the largest threat to the environment if bombed — electricity centers, national parks, industrial centers and oil refineries — are also marked on the map.
Cartographer: Philippe Rekacewicz
- The Kosovo conflict : consequences for the environment and human settlements, Balkan Task Force, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Geneva, October 1999
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