Sarajevo cannot lose its multiethnic quality, and if it should come to that, we could openly state that Sarajevo has ceased to exist The joint Sarajevo municipalities had 526 thousand citizens before the war – 259 thousand Muslims, 157 thousand Serbs and 34 thousand Croats, while 56 thousand people declared themselves as Yugoslavs. Today in […]

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