3 April 2002 BELGRADE, 3 April (BETA)–Stojan Stamenkovic, an associate at the Belgrade Economics Institute Stojan, said on 2 April that the United States could jeopardize Yugoslavia’s three-year financial arrangement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) if it deprives Yugoslavia of assistance. “Formally freezing the U.S. assistance does not mean sanctions, but such measures have […]

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