Mate Boban signed immediately. Radovan Karadzic “accepted” ungraciously the Geneva map of Bosnian provinces and, right after that, explained why it is unacceptable. Alija Izetbegovic was the first to publicly reject the Geneva offer, saying that it gives international legitimacy to ethnic cleansing Boban (or the Croats, if you prefer) got more than they asked […]
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