17 October 1994 “Croatia is a state we will recognize,” said then Yugoslav Prime Minister Milan Panic on August 7, 1992 after meeting with his Croatian counterpart Franjo Greguric in Budapest, and added: “I wanted to open the highway tomorrow, but they didn’t say anything. (…) There must be a political reason.” The opening of […]

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