28 March 1994 Some ten days ago, the Belgrade daily “Borba” carried some information which deserves to be repeated in full. Mirko Klarin reported from Brussels that “European Union representatives and those of five Balkan countries, had concluded an agreement over the weekend in Thessaloniki, on two new ‘customs corridors’ which would speed up and […]

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