Both sides have small maneuvering space and every new bullet that is fired reduces it even more. People in Krajina consider that the situation in which they are attacked, in fact, plays into their hands, so that they are requesting a negotiating status as the Bosnian Serbs have, therefore, a veritable recognition of their state, […]
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