9 October 1995 At the closed session, the new Yugoslav Foreign Minister, Milan Milutinovic, was given the task to announce the details of the peace talks conducted by Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic. Seselj’s Radicals, most of Djindjic’s Democrats and some MPs of Kilibarda’s National Party of Montenegro left the hall as soon as it was […]

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