The very fact that the parties from Belgrade and Zagreb agreed to the immediate release of prisoners of war, to the return of refugees, to an estimation of human loss and damage, to the ensuring of political independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina, to deciding that borders cannot be forcibly redrawn, to the realization that political […]

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