Although there was no official announcement after the two hour meeting on April 24 between Mr. Agoston, the leader of the DZVM (Democratic Union of Hungarians from Vojvodina), and Slobodan Milosevic, nor was it shown on TV, it was interpreted as the beginning of a dialogue between the Serbian state and its minorities. Indeed, it […]
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