Macedonia slowly develops a skilled army with scanty equipment ready to stand off any potential crisis, while Defence Minister says no neighbor is a potential agressor Macedonia formed its army during the withdrawal of the former Yugoslav Peoples’ Army (JNA) from the republic. The agreement on a peaceful withdrawal and removal of every nonstationary thing […]

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