20 June 1994 The heightened public interest in diplomacy, especially its international representatives during this time of isolation, is quite understandable and reasonable. FR Yugoslavia inherited over 90 diplomatic missions from the previous state including with most of the personnel in the embassies, consulates and culture centers dating back to times past. Until recently, the […]

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