21 February 1994 The normalization of relations between Belgrade and Zagreb, although overshadowed by NATO’s threats to the Serbs in Bosnia, is in full swing. The two regimes are to open their offices later this month, Yugoslav deputy prime minister Zeljko Simic visited Zagreb, Veljko Knezevic was chosen to represent Serbia and Zvonimir Markovic was […]

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