The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is reluctant to send ground troops into Kosovo and sees cutting Serbia's oil supplies as a key strategy.
As reports continue to appear about "ethnic cleansing" of Kosovar Albanians by the forces of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, NATO has been bombing oil supply installations and is looking to curb tanker shipments.
On Apr. 29, for example, Yugoslav state news agency Tanjug reported that NATO fired missiles near Kosovo's provincial capital of Pristina, hitting a fuel store 3 km north of the city. Around the same time, NATO aircraft fired two missiles at a refinery in the Serbian city of Novi Sad.
NATO also said it would...