Cosic said in Visegrad that no single man has the right to decide in the name of an entire nation. He wants to spite Milosevic, and because of this small personal vendetta, he is prepared to forget the people, unification, war, peace, Andric and the bridge. Compared to Cosic, Milosevic and Karadzic are moral giants […]

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