20 June 1998 MOSCOW: The only sensation of the working visit by the Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to Moscow is that he, who is known for avoiding press statements, appeared before journalists after negotiations in the Kremlin. In all other respects the results of the negotiations were predictable: first the 50 minute private meeting with […]

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