Maintaining the physical border with Albania in the present-day circumstances is like insisting on some kind of an ideological Magino line which can have no rational purpose 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 […]
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