16 December 1991 The times are changing so quickly that hardly anyone can keep the pace. The polemics arose between the favourite Army newspaper “Borba” and the Army spokesman Milan Gvero. It concerns the fact that “Borba” published the report of the group of European obserevers which colonel Gvero considers “non-existant”. It turned out that […]

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