Placing the military under civilian control, greater cooperation with the ICTY, and the fight against organized crime score the new union points with the West.span>12 May 2003span> BELGRADE, Serbia and Montenegro–The Supreme Defense Council of Serbia and Montenegro on 6 May made good on its promises of sweeping military reforms by placing the army under […]

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