17 October 1994 We have come back to where we have already been: the Hague, and especially London 1992, when Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, the then Yugoslav President Dobrica Cosic and the then Yugoslav Prime Minister Milan Panic agreed to the mutual recognition of the new ex-Yugoslav countries, which was later undermined by Milosevic with […]

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