30 March 1992 Around sixty officers and policemen from Belgium, Russia and France were unexpectedly provided with a precise insight into what is lying ahead of them, and the domestic and international public were given precious information about what the real political climate inside the YPA (Yugoslav People’s Army) is like. The general felt the […]

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