28 March 1994 The two-day Croatia-Krajina negotiations in Zagreb were interrupted without results, and it was announced that they would continue in seven days’ time. Nobody was particularly disappointed. Russian President Boris Yeltsin’s special envoy Vitaly Churkin assessed the talks as “constructive”. The U.S. Ambassador to Croatia, Peter Gallbright said that the matter concerned a […]

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