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  • Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Sunday Mar 1, 1992

    Bosnian War

    The Sarajevo wedding shooting

    Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Sunday Mar 1, 1992

    Serbs consider the Sarajevo wedding shooting, when a groom's father was killed on the second day of the Bosnian independence referendum, 1 March 1992, to have been the first victim of the war.




  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Tuesday Mar 3, 1992

    Bosnian War

    Independence

    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Tuesday Mar 3, 1992

    The Serb political leadership used the referendum as a pretext to set up roadblocks in protest. Independence was formally declared by the Bosnian parliament on 3 March 1992.




  • Tokyo, Japan
    Tuesday Mar 17, 1992

    St. Patrick's Day

    Tokyo's parade

    Tokyo, Japan
    Tuesday Mar 17, 1992

    St Patrick's parades are now held in many locations across Japan. The first parade, in Tokyo, was organized by The Irish Network Japan (INJ) in 1992.




  • Russia
    Tuesday Mar 17, 1992

    St. Patrick's Day

    First Russian parade

    Russia
    Tuesday Mar 17, 1992

    The first St Patrick's Day parade in Russia took place in 1992.




  • Lisbon, Portugal
    Wednesday Mar 18, 1992

    Bosnian War

    The Lisbon Agreement

    Lisbon, Portugal
    Wednesday Mar 18, 1992

    On 18 March 1992, all three sides signed the Lisbon Agreement: Alija Izetbegović for the Bosniaks, Radovan Karadžić for the Serbs and Mate Boban for the Croats.




  • Sijekovac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Thursday Mar 26, 1992

    Bosnian War

    The Sijekovac killings

    Sijekovac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Thursday Mar 26, 1992

    The Sijekovac killings of Serbs took place on 26 March.




  • Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Saturday Mar 28, 1992

    Bosnian War

    Opposition to any type of ethnic division of Bosnia

    Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Saturday Mar 28, 1992

    on 28 March 1992, Izetbegović, after meeting with the then-US ambassador to Yugoslavia Warren Zimmermann in Sarajevo, withdrew his signature and declared his opposition to any type of ethnic division of Bosnia.


  • Chechnya, Russia
    Tuesday Mar 31, 1992

    First Chechen War

    There was an urgent need for a law to clearly define the powers of each federal subject

    Chechnya, Russia
    Tuesday Mar 31, 1992

    There was an urgent need for a law to clearly define the powers of each federal subject. Such a law was passed on 31 March 1992, when Yeltsin and Ruslan Khasbulatov, then chairman of the Russian Supreme Soviet and an ethnic Chechen himself, signed the Federation Treaty bilaterally with 86 out of 88 federal subjects.


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