The negotiating parties may have praised the sea while on the British Aircraft Carrier ‘‘Invincible,” but they started speaking only when they reached the land First was Haris Silajdzic, the Foreign Minister of Bosnia-Herzegovina, ‘‘The future Bosnian republic will have access to Neum, i.e. the peninsula of Klek, a part of which will belong to […]

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