TitleResolution 820 (1993) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3200th meeting, on 17 April 1993.
Security Council resolution 820 (1993) [on the peace plan for Bosnia and Herzegovina and the strengthening of the measures imposed by the earlier resolutions on the situation in the former Yugoslavia]
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Expresses grave concern at the refusal of the Bosnian Serb party to accept the Agreement on Interim Arrangements and the provisional map, and calls on it to accept the peace plan in full; demands respect for the right of UNPROFOR and the international humanitarian agencies to free and unimpeded access to all areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina; condemns the practice of "ethnic cleansing" and the detention and rape of women; decides that the provisions set forth below shall come into force after 9 days unless the Bosnian Serb party has signed and implemented the peace plan; decides that import to, export from and transshipment through the UN Protected Areas in Croatia and areas of Bosnia and Herzegovina under the control of Bosnian Serb forces, with the exception of essential humanitarian supplies shall be permitted only with proper authorization from the Governments of Croatia or Bosnia and Herzegovina respectively; decides that transshipments of commodities and products through Yugoslavia on the Danube shall be permitted only if authorized by UN; decides that States in which there are funds: (a) of the authorities in Yugoslavia or (b) of commercial, industrial or public utility undertakings in Yugoslavia, or (c) controlled by such authorities or entities, shall require the holder of such funds to freeze them; decides to prohibit the transport of all products across the land borders or to or from the ports of Yugoslavia, with the exceptions of medical supplies and foodstuffs and essential humanitarian supplies.
Commends the Vance-Owen peace plan for Bosnia and Herzegovina and decides to strengthen the sanctions regime against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia unless the Bosnian Serb party signed the peace plan.