3 February 1992 The leader of Krajina Serbs, Milan Babic, was considerably more severe in his negotiations with Marrack Goulding than Hadzic, the leader of Serbs from Western Slavonia. Although he understood the arrival of the representatives of the United Nations before the meeting, as a sign of respect of his authority and the political […]

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