آنامِنونو آچ

{{Infobox military conflict |conflict = Kosovo War |partof = the یوقوسلاو ساواشلاری |image = Kosovo War header.jpg |image_size = 300px |caption = Clockwise from top-left: Yugoslav general staff headquarters damaged by ناتو air strikes; a Yugo buried under rubble caused by NATO air strikes; memorial to local KLA commanders; a USAF F-15E taking off from Aviano Air Base |date = February 1998 – 11 June 1999
|place = کوزووو (then part of FR Yugoslavia)

|territory = No legal changes to Yugoslav borders according to the Resolution 1244, but effective political and economic separation of کوزووو from FR Yugoslavia under United Nations administration |result = Kumanovo Treaty

  • Yugoslav forces pull out of Kosovo
  • United Nations Resolution 1244
  • Return of Albanian refugees
  • Expulsion of over half of the Serb and other non-Albanian civiliansقایناق خطاسی برچسب <ref> غیر مجاز؛ نام‌های غیر مجاز، مثلاً بیش از اندازه
Kosovo War
the یوقوسلاو ساواشلاری[۱۷] نین بیر بخشی
Kosovo War header.jpg
Clockwise from top-left: Yugoslav general staff headquarters damaged by ناتو air strikes; a Yugo buried under rubble caused by NATO air strikes; memorial to local KLA commanders; a USAF F-15E taking off from Aviano Air Base
تاریخ February 1998 – 11 June 1999
یئر کوزووو (then part of FR Yugoslavia)
نتیجه Kumanovo Treaty

دییشیکلیکلر
No legal changes to Yugoslav borders according to the Resolution 1244, but effective political and economic separation of کوزووو from FR Yugoslavia under United Nations administration
طرفلر
Kosovo Liberation Army KLA
Flag of Albania.svg آلبانی
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو FR Yugoslavia
باشچیلار
Logo of the Kosovo Liberation Army Adem Jashari 

Logo of the Kosovo Liberation Army Hashim Thaçi
Logo of the Kosovo Liberation Army Bilall Syla
Logo of the Kosovo Liberation Army Hamëz Jashari 
Logo of the Kosovo Liberation Army Sylejman Selimi
Logo of the Kosovo Liberation Army Ramush Haradinaj
Logo of the Kosovo Liberation Army Agim Çeku


ناتو Wesley Clark


آلبانی Kudusi Lama [۲]

صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو Slobodan Milošević

صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو Dragoljub Ojdanić
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو Nebojša Pavković
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو Vlastimir Đorđević[۲۶]
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو Vladimir Lazarević[۳]
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو Sreten Lukić

گۆجلر
Logo of the Kosovo Liberation Army 17,000 – 20,000 KLA insurgents[۲۷]

ناتو cca. 80 aircraft
(Operation Eagle Eye)[۲۸]
ناتو 1,031 aircraft
(Operation Allied Force)[۲۹]
ناتو 30+ warships and submarines[۳۰]

صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو 85,000 soldiers[۳۱] (including 40,000 in and around Kosovo)[۳۰]
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو 20,000 policemen
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو 100 SAM sites[۳۰]
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو 1,400 artillery pieces
(Both ground & air defence)[۳۰]
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو 240 aircraft [۳۰]
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو 2,032 armoured vehicles & tanks[۳۰]

روسیه Russian volunteers, unknown number [۳۲][۳۳]

تلفات
Logo of the Kosovo Liberation Army 1,500 insurgents killed (per the KLA)[۴]
Logo of the Kosovo Liberation Army 2,057 insurgents killed (per the HLC)[۵]

آمریکا بیرلشمیش ایالتلری 2 killed (non-combat) and 3 captured[۳۴][۳۵]
آمریکا بیرلشمیش ایالتلری 2 aircraft shot down and 3 damaged[۳۶][۳۷][۳۸][۳۹]
آمریکا بیرلشمیش ایالتلری Two AH-64 Apaches and an AV-8B Harrier crashed (non-combat)[۴۰]
ناتو 47 UAVs shot down[۴۱]فرانسه Possible unknown number of DGSE officers killed[۴۲]

Caused by KLA:
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو 300+ soldiers killed (per the Yugoslav Army)[۴۳]

Caused by ناتو:
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو 1,008–1,200 killed[lower-alpha ۳]
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو 14 tanks,[۱۰] 18 APCs, 20 artillery pieces[۱۱] and 121 aircraft and helicopters destroyed[۴۴]

Caused by KLA and NATO:
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو 1,035 killed (per the HLC)[۵]
آلبانی 8,661 Kosovar Albanian civilians killed or missing[۱۲]

آلبانی 90% of Kosovar Albanians displaced during the war[۱۳] (848,000–863,000 expelled from Kosovo,[۴۵][۴۶][۴۷] 590,000 Kosovar Albanians displaced within Kosovo)[۱۳]
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو 1,730[۵][۱۴]–3,500[۱۵][۴۸] Serb and other non-Albanian civilians killed or missing
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو 230,000 Kosovo Serbs, Romani and other non-Albanian civilians displaced[۴۹]
صربیستان و مونته‌نقرو/آلبانی Civilian deaths caused by ناتو bombing; 489–528 (per Human Rights Watch) or 1,200–5,700 (per Yugoslavia);[۱۶] also includes چین 3 Chinese journalists killed 13,548 civilians and fighters dead overall (Albanians, Serbs, Bosniaks, Roma)[۵۰]

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