The United Nations has more than 13,000 peacekeepers in Bosnia, but commanders say they need 10,700 more to enforce cease-fires around Sarajevo and in central Bosnia. The main contingents and their numbers:
France: About 3,600, including more than 2,000 in Sarajevo, 1,200 in the northwest Bihac pocket and a helicopter unit under the Bosnian command at the Croatian port of Split.
Britain: About 2,100; 650 are based in central Bosnia and another 1,400 are based in Split.
Malaysia: 1,400 recent arrivals.
Spain: 1,200 in southwestern Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Sweden, Norway, Denmark: 1,200 based in Tuzla in northern Bosnia. Plus 180 Danes at headquarters in Kiseljak, central Bosnia.
Canada: 780, based in Visoko, central Bosnia. Canadian forces are in the process of leaving eastern Muslim enclave of Srebrenica.
Netherlands: 580 signal and transport troops. New Dutch troops replacing the Canadians in Srebrenica.
Egypt: 426 in Sarajevo.
Russia: 400 in Sarajevo.
Ukraine: 395 in Sarajevo.