16 May 1994 In the past few years, the initiative was passed from London to Paris and Athens, Washington and Moscow, then London again and so on in a vicious circle. Just as the Americans and Russians had exhausted all their peace missions, the British entered the scene. After the great powers' foreign ministers met […]

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