23 January 1995 With its recognition of Macedonia, the Vatican has, in a way, rounded off its policy concerning the newly-created states in the area covered by the former Yugoslavia. The setting up of full diplomatic relations between the Vatican and Skopje will follow very quickly. The Holy See did the same with Croatia and […]

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