10 May 1993 Vojislav Seselj can now freely say that he had guessed. While Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, along with Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis, Yugoslav President Dobrica Cosic and Montenegrin President Momir Bulatovic was trying to convince the stubborn Bosnian Serbs to sign the Vance-Owen plan (Wednesday, around 7 o’clock PM), when VREME asked him […]

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