Sanctions will be eased only after independent observers reach the conclusion that the border on the Drina River will remain closed for everything except the passage of humanitarian aid and when Co chairman of the UN-EU Peace Conference on the former Yugoslavia, Thorwald Stoltenberg, and the UN Secretary-General inform the Security Council of the matter […]

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