The Croatian Army, and the combined Bosnian and Croat forces of Bosnia and Hercegovina together with NATO, launched air strikes on the Bosnian Serbs. The successes on the ground put pressure on the Serbs to come to the negotiating table. Pressure was put on all sides to stick to the cease-fire and negotiate an end to the war in Bosnia. The war ended with the signing of the Dayton Agreement on December 14, 1995. It would not be until February, 1996 when the siege of Sarajevo would officially end.