3 May 1993 In one of his numerous interviews ahead of the November 1990 elections in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Radovan Karadzic at the time leader of the Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) told NIN weekly journalist Milorad Vucelic (currently Serbian RTV director) that Serbia’s priorities lay in the renewal of old, and the forming of new friendships. Two […]

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