19 April 1993 The recognition of Macedonia that came after 15 full months of knocking on European and world doors, is just another one of the United Nations, as of recently frequent, experiments on the territory of former Yugoslavia. Nevertheless, this experimenting has gone the furthest in the case of Macedonia. For the first time […]

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