24 August 2001span> BELGRADE–The Yugoslav government recalled on 23 August Ambassador to Washington Milan Protic. Foreign Minister Goran Svilanovic said the dismissal was motivated by Protic’s disregard of diplomatic rules and his “inappropriate” media appearances. In a number of recent interviews, Protic claimed that neither President Vojislav Kostunica nor Svilanovic had contacted him in the […]

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