After the break between Belgrade and Pale, the posting of observers along the Drina River and the beginning of an easing of sanctions, the previously most important line of communication in the former Yugoslavia, the Belgrade-Zagreb highway, is becoming more topical than ever. The interest of the Serbian leadership lies in the continued supplying of […]

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