9 April 1996 In the Serbian-Albanian relationships which were frozen and very stiff for years, a step has finally been made, which gives hope that the problem will move from the deadlock. Belgrade has revoked exit visas for travelling to Albania which were introduced in 1981 in order to control and prevent contacts between Kosovo […]

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