18 June 1996 Jadranko Prlic, the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina, was born in Mostar in 1959. He has a Ph.D. in international economics. He taught at Mostar University and was one of the directors of the “Aluminij” company. When he was in secondary school he joined the League of Communists. He says […]

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