There almost weren’t any high level Serb-Croat talks that didn’t discuss the highway and it’s opening was announced often. Formally, Belgrade’s idea was to show a cooperative spirit in negotiations and Zagreb wanted to win recognition for its internationally recognized borders. In fact, this was a case of the fate of the Krajina which controlled […]
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