The Serbian and Macedonian presidents, Slobodan Milosevic and Kira Gligorov, signed an accord on normalizing relations, paving the way for the international community’s recognition of Belgrade. Greece was the party most aggrieved by the process by STEFAN KRAUSE and STAN MARKOTICH WITH THE SIGNING OF a mutual recognition agreement last month, rump Yugoslavia and Macedonia […]

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