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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