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Kosovo War
Pairt o the Yugoslav Wars[2]
Kosovo War header.jpg
Clockwise frae tap-left: Yugoslav general staff heidquarters damaged bi NATO air strikes; a Yugo buiried unner grummel caused bi NATO air strikes; memorial tae local KLA commanders; a USAF F-15E takkin aff frae Aviano Air Base
DateFebruar 1998 – 11 Juin 1999
LocationKosovo (then pairt o FR Yugoslavie)

Kumanovo Treaty

Na legal chynges tae Yugoslav mairches accordin tae the Resolution 1244, but effective poleetical an economic separation o Kosovo frae FR Yugoslavie unner Unitit Naitions admeenistration

Kosovo Leeberation Airmy KLA

Serbie an Montenegro FR Yugoslavie
Commanders an leaders

Kosovo Leeberation Airmy Adem Jashari 
Kosovo Leeberation Airmy Hashim Thaçi
Kosovo Leeberation Airmy Bilall Syla
Kosovo Leeberation Airmy Hamëz Jashari 
Kosovo Leeberation Airmy Sylejman Selimi
Kosovo Leeberation Airmy Ramush Haradinaj
Kosovo Leeberation Airmy Agim Çeku

NATO Wesley Clark

Albanie Kudusi Lama [11]

Federal Republic o Yugoslavie Slobodan Milošević
Serbie an Montenegro Dragoljub Ojdanić
Serbie an Montenegro Nebojša Pavković
Serbie an Montenegro Vlastimir Đorđević[12]
Serbie an Montenegro Vladimir Lazarević[13]

Serbie an Montenegro Sreten Lukić

Kosovo Leeberation Airmy 17,000 – 20,000 KLA insurgents[14]

NATO cca. 80 aircraft
(Operation Eagle Ee)[15]
NATO 1,031 aircraft
(Operation Allied Force)[16]
NATO 30+ warships and submarines[17]

Template:Kintra data Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 85,000 sodgers[18] (includin 40,000 in an aroond Kosovo)[17]
Template:Kintra data Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 20,000 polismen
Template:Kintra data Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 100 SAM steids[17]
Template:Kintra data Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1,400 artillery pieces
(Baith grund & air defence)[17]
Template:Kintra data Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 240 aircraft [17]
Template:Kintra data Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2,032 airmoured vehicles & tanks[17]

Roushie Roushie volunteers, unkent nummer [19][20]
Casualties an losses

Kosovo Liberation Airmy 1,500 insurgents killt (per the KLA)[21]
Kosovo Liberation Airmy 2,057 insurgents killt (per the HLC)[22]

Unitit States 2 killt (nan-combat) an 3 capturt[23][24]
Unitit States 2 aircraft shot doun an 3 damaged[25][26][27][28]
Unitit States Twa AH-64 Apaches an an AV-8B Harrier crashed (nan-combat)[29]
NATO 47 UAVs shot doun[30]

Fraunce Possible unkent nummer o DGSE officers killt[31]

Caused bi KLA:
Serbie an Montenegro 300+ sodgers killt (per the Yugoslav Airmy)[32]
Caused bi NATO:
Template:Kintra data Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1,008–1,200 killt[lower-alpha 2]
Serbie an Montenegro 14 tanks,[37] 18 APCs, 20 artillery pieces[38] an 121 aircraft an helicopters destroyed[39]

Caused bi KLA an NATO:
Serbie an Montenegro 1,035 killt (per the HLC)[22]

Albanie 8,661 Kosovar Albanie ceevilians killed or missing[40]
Albanie 90% o Kosovar Albanies displaced in the war[41] (848,000–863,000 expelled frae Kosovo,[42][43][44] 590,000 Kosovar Albanies displaced within Kosovo)[41]
Serbie an Montenegro 1,730[22][45]–3,500[46][47] Serb an ither nan-Albanie ceevilians killt or missin
Serbie an Montenegro 230,000 Kosovo Serbs, Romani an ither non-Albanie ceevilians displaced[48]
Serbie an Montenegro/Albanie Ceevilian daiths caused bi NATO bombin; 489–528 (per Human Rights Watch) or 1,200–5,700 (per Yugolslavia);[49] an aw includes Fowkrepublic o Cheenae 3 Cheenese jurnalists killt

13,548 ceevilians an fechters deid oweraw (Albanies, Serbs, Bosniaks, Roma)[50]

The Kosovo War wis an airmed conflict in Kosovo that stairtit in late Februar 1998[51][52] an lastit till 11 Juin 1999.[53]

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. [6][7][8][9][10]
  2. Serbie claims that 1,008 Yugoslav sodgers an policemen war killt bi NATO bombin.[33] NATO initially claimed that 5,000 Yugoslav servicemen had been killed and 10,000 had been wounded during the NATO air campaign.[34][35] NATO haes syne revised this estimation tae 1,200 Yugoslav sodgers an polismen killt.[36]

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