25 November 1991 The war can only contribute to the deepening of the misunderstanding between the nations. It is destroying the reputation of our country abroad. Our democratic and economic growth has been thwarted, the war has initiated a hostile political response within the neighbouring nations and this will affect us all. Although the war […]

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