In Washington, previously locked doors were opened to Panic in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee. He encountered sympathy, even some warmth While Milan Panic was waiting at the beginning of July for permission from the Bush Administration to accept the post of prime minister of Yugoslavia, he tried to […]

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