15 November 1998 Belgrade–The simplest things can be put plainly: in principle, Serbia is right regarding Kosovo. No country in the world would allow what has been happening in Kosovo. It is not a matter of the loss of the “cradle of the nation,” myth, and poetic inspiration, which homegrown hotheads invoke to interpret reality […]

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