22 August 1998 Despite optimistic announcements regarding the contents and scope of the (then forthcoming) talks on the part of the Croatian and Yugoslav ministers of foreign affairs, which the Yugoslav ambassador in Zagreb, Veljko Knezevic, spoke about, things have not moved beyond square one: the problem of Prevlaka still remains, refugees shall not have […]

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