16 December 1991 “We are doing everything within our powers to ensure that the cease-fire in eastern Croatia is observed. We decided to send representatives to Belgrade to better establish contacts in this part of the country. Moreover, because our objectivity was questioned by senior army officials, who claimed that, since we were spending most […]

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