Brioni Agreement

Brioni Agreement

The Brioni Agreement ( _sl. Brionska deklaracija, _hr. Brijunska deklaracija) is a document signed on the Brijuni islands near Pula, Croatia, on 7 July 1991 by representatives of the Republic of Slovenia, Republic of Croatia and the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia under the political sponsorship of the European Community. With this document, the SFRY stopped all hostilities on Slovenian territory, thus ending the Slovenian War, whereas Slovenia and Croatia froze independence activities for a period of three months.

Participants in the negotiations

The delegation of the EC consisted of foreign ministers of three countries: Hans van den Broek (Netherlands), Jacques Poos (Luxembourg) and João de Deus Pinheiro (Portugal).

The Yugoslav delegation consisted of the President of Federal Government Ante Marković, Minister of the Interior Petar Gračanin, Minister of Foreign Affairs Budimir Lončar, vice-admiral Stane Brovet, assistant to the minister of defense, and members of the collective presidency of the SFRY, without both members of Serbian autonomous districts, but including the President of the Presidency of SFRY Borisav Jović.

Slovenia was represented by the President of the Republic Milan Kučan, Prime Minister Lojze Peterle, Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitrij Rupel, the Slovenian representative in the Yugoslav presidency Janez Drnovšek, and President of Slovenian National Assembly France Bučar.

Croatia was represented by the President of the Republic Franjo Tuđman.


* University of Uppsala Department of Peace and Conflict Research database. Brioni Declaration.

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