19 June 2001 VERBANIA, Italy--Presidents of Central European countries expressed concerns with the crisis in Macedonia. Giving strong support to Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski, they also appealed to Skopje to meet the legitimate demands of its ethnic Albanian minority. In addition, the presidents of Yugoslavia and Croatia, Vojislav Kostunica and Stjepan Mesic, agreed on a […]

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