In the past four months only, at least four detailed ideas have been promoted on a Balkan (con)federation, with Macedonia always in the center of the combination That the removal of the mine fields Balkan states laid on their common borders has not started, is obviously no obstacle to visionaries who are planning and redrawing […]
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