Europe and the mediterranean

In 2004, progress towards the restoration of peace and stability and the settlement of several long-standing disputes in Europe and the Mediterranean suffered serious setbacks, as renewed violence risked derailing the stabilization and normalization process in the Serbia and Montenegro province of Kosovo, and almost brought the Georgian/Abkhaz peace process to a standstill, while efforts to reunite Cyprus in a bizonal, bicommunal federation ended in a stalemate with no immediate prospects of a way forward. Only in Bosnia and Herzegovina was there any significant progress to report regarding United Nations efforts to restore stability.

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