Saturday, October 24, 1998 Published at 11:14 GMT 12:14 UK
Nato's top brass deliver ulitimatum
Nato forces remain ready for military action
Two of NATO's most senior generals are meeting President Milosevic of Yugoslavia to put pressure on him to withdraw his forces from Kosovo.
Serbia has until Tuesday to withdraw its military and special police units from Kosovo before the Nato deadline expires. Failure to comply could prompt Nato air strikes.
A BBC correspondent in Kosovo says he saw a column of troops including tanks, field guns and armoured vehicles, withdrawing from positions north of the capital, Pristina on Saturday, but there's no word of similar movements in other parts of Kosovo.
Heavy artillery and tank-fire was heard around the Drenica region and guerrilla forces inflicted casualties on the Serbs.
Meanwhile, discussions continued at the UN Security Council on Friday to try reach agreement on a resolution endorsing the possible use of Nato military action in Kosovo.
Russia and China have again objected to the use of force if Yugoslav forces fail to abide by the agreement with Mr Holbrooke.