23 January 1995 After the disintegration of Yugoslavia seven states were formed, some were recognized and some were not. Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina which subsequently became a confederation of Croats and Muslims, Macedonia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, then two Serbian enclaves the so-called Republic of Srpska Krajina (in Croatia) and the Republic of […]

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