Tuesday, October 13, 1998 Published at 17:37 GMT 18:37 UK
Reaction to the deal
Refugees: Uncertain what the deal will mean for them
A round-up of reaction to the deal reached in Belgrade on the Kosovo crisis:
KLA Spokesman Bardyhl Mahmuti
"Any accord with Milosevic cannot be trusted unless Milosevic accepts the demands of the UN Security Council and withdraws Serb forces from Kosovo."
Refugee Atifete Celaj, 23
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic
"As regards a political solution, this will be geared towards the affirmation of the ethnic equality of all citizens and all ethnic groups in Kosovo."
UK Foreign Secretary Robin Cook
"We welcome the progress which has been made but there is a lot to be done yet."
US President Bill Clinton
"The international community prefers compliance to conflict but in voting to give our military commanders the authority to carry out air strikes against Serbia Nato sent a clear message to President Milosevic. Nato is ready to act."
US National Security Advisor Sandy Berger:
"The threat remains on the table. It depends now on Slobodan Milosevic to determine whether he will comply with the commitments that he made."
Russian Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Yakushkin