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  • User Description: VRS forces in Maglaj offered decisive support for the HVO, succeeding the place the HVO failed in crippling ARBiH protection. The battle of Žepče lasted until 30 June when the 305th and 319th ARBiH Brigades surrendered.On 4 June the ARBiH attacked HVO positions in Travnik and its environment. The HVO items holding the front strains were struck from the rear and the headquarters in Travnik was surrounded.After a number of days of street fighting the outnumbered HVO forces were defeated. Thousands of civilians and HVO soldiers fled to nearby Serb-held territory as they had been minimize off from HVO held positions. On eight June the village of Maline near Travnik was captured by the mujahideen. At least 24 Croat civilians and POWs have been subsequently killed by mujahideen forces close to the village of Bikoši northeast of Travnik.These exceptions were the Bihać pocket, Bosnian Posavina and the Tešanj space. Despite some animosity, an HVO brigade of round 1,500 troopers also fought along with the ARBiH in Sarajevo. In different areas the place the alliance collapsed, the VRS, nonetheless the strongest force, occasionally cooperated with both the HVO and ARBiH, pursuing a local balancing policy and allying with the weaker facet. On 25 April, Izetbegović and Boban signed a joint assertion ordering a ceasefire between the ARBiH and the HVO. It declared a joint HVO-ARBiH command was created and to be led by General Halilović and General Petković with headquarters in Travnik.The ARBiH troops secured Zavidovići, however the Bosniak-held space round Tešanj and Maglaj was completely reduce off. In the town of Žepče, forty five kilometers northeast of Zenica, Croats and Bosniaks had two parallel governments. The city of 20,000 residents was equally divided and coexistence between Croats and Bosniaks had been retained.The seizure of Travnik and its surrounding villages triggered a big exodus of Croats from the world. Captured civilians and POWs were detained by the ARBiH in a cellar of the JNA barracks in Travnik. There had been areas of the nation the place the HVO and ARBiH continued to fight side by facet against the VRS. Although the armed confrontation in Herzegovina and central Bosnia strained the connection between them, it didn't end in violence and the Croat-Bosniak alliance held, notably in places in which each had been closely outmatched by Serb forces.

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