Ironically, and without referring to historical irony, on the assumption that the Zagreb-Belgrade highway does open again, a traveller going through the former Yugoslavia will have to cross seven borders belonging to the newly-formed states (or quasi-states), e.g. – Austria/Slovenia, Slovenia/Croatia, Croatia/Republic of Serb Krajina at Novska, Republic of Serb Krajina/Croatia at Okucani, Croatia/Republic of […]

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