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Muslim army, troops, entity, provisions, coordination

Separate Serb, Croat, and Muslim military forces are acknowledged in the national and Muslim-Croat constitutions, with some provisions for coordination but not for joint control. In 1998 the Muslim army (officially the Bosnian army) numbered about 40,000; the Croatian Defense Council had some 16,000 troops in the country. The Serb Republic had up to 30,000 troops in its army. The military forces of one entity are prohibited from entering the other.



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