2 October 1995 “The main problem that Tuesday was Bosnian Foreign Minister Mohamed Sacirbej. In fact, he was the problem on two occasions. The first time in Geneva on September 8, just prior to the first meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Yugoslavia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia when he told Holbrooke he had changed his mind […]

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