29 November 1993 In the interview given to the weekly “Vojska” (translates as Army) on November 18, 1993, Zoran Lilic, the President of Yugoslavia and of the Supreme Defense Council, made references to a legal definition, according to which the Yugoslav Army (VJ) is “a depoliticized and deideologized state institution where all party and political […]

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