NATO aviation shelled the humanitarian convoy of the organization “Doctors Without Borders” in the immediate vicinity of Uroševac.

Nebojša Vujović, Spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, stated that FR Yugoslavia would accept a UN mission with mandate, scope and modalities determined through direct contact between FR Yugoslavia and the United Nations.

President of the United States Bill Clinton and NATO Secretary-General Javier Solana made a statement in Brussels in favor of increasing diplomatic efforts in resolving the so-called Kosovo crisis, but also in favor of continuing and increasing NATO military operations until the President of FR Yugoslavia Slobodan Milošević accepts the key demands made at the NATO summit on April 23.

Ibrahim Rugova, Leader of the Democratic League of Kosovo, arrived to Rome on a charter flight. The Undersecretary of the Government of Italy Marco Minniti said that the authorities in Belgrade “agreed with Rugova’s wish to go to Italy”. The State Department qualified this gesture as a “positive development”.