Cease Fire: Ohrid Agreement

2.1. The parties underline the importance of the commitments of 5 July 5, 2001. There shall be a complete cessation of hostilities, complete voluntary disarmament of the ethnic Albanian armed groups and their complete voluntary disbandment. They acknowledge that a decision by NATO to assist in this context will require the establishment of a general, unconditional and open-ended cease-fire, agreement on a political solution to the problems of this country, a clear commitment by the armed groups to voluntarily disarm, and acceptance by all the parties of the conditions and limitations under which the NATO forces will operate.

Implementation History

2001

Full Implementation

There was a precondition of true holding of the ceasefire agreement for the NATO deployment. However, there were reports of ceasefire violation in various places. This trend continued until January 2001. It can be said that the ceasefire was held by and large.  

2002

Full Implementation

Ceasefire holding. There was no report of violence that could threaten the peace process.

2003

Full Implementation

Ceasefire holding. There was no report of violence that could threaten the peace process.

2004

Full Implementation

Ceasefire holding. There was no report of violence that could threaten the peace process.

2005

Full Implementation

Ceasefire holding. There was no report of violence that could threaten the peace process.

2006

Full Implementation

Ceasefire holding. There was no report of violence that could threaten the peace process.

2007

Full Implementation

Ceasefire holding. There was no report of violence that could threaten the peace process.

2008

Full Implementation

Ceasefire holding. There was no report of violence that could threaten the peace process.

2009

Full Implementation

Ceasefire holding. There was no report of violence that could threaten the peace process.

2010

Full Implementation

Ceasefire holding. There was no report of violence that could threaten the peace process.