March 31, 1991 - Croats and Croatian Serbs came to blow near Plitvice. The federal army held aloof at first, but started to assist the Serbs later on.

June 25, 1991 - Slovania and Croatia declared independence. Fights between Croate and Serb troops broke out.

June 27, 1991 - The Yugoslav army attacked Slovenia. They would withdraw after 10 days of war.

June, 1991 - Minor skirmishes of Serb-Croats escalated into war in Croatia between Croats and rebel Serbs backed by the Yugoslav army.

September 25, 1991 - The Security Council announced an arms embargo against all republics of former Yugoslavia.

November 14, 1991 - The Serbs transformed their party into a parliament.

November 18, 1991 - Vukovar fell after a three days siege by the Serbs.

November 23, 1991 - In a meeting with Cyrus Vance, Croatian President Franjo Tudjman, Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, Yugoslav Defence Minister Veljko Kadijevic and Chairman of the EU Conference on former Yugoslavia, Lord Peter Carrington, agreement was reached on an immediate ceasefire.