PRESS REVIEW FROM SLOVENIA, MAY 6, 1992
Ljubljana, 6 May - THE VEČER: A SMOKE SCREEN - The decision made by the "temporary" Presidency of the "new" Yugoslavia to denounce the Yugoslav Army (JNA) on Bosnian territory, leaving it to answer for its own deeds, is merely a smoke-screen, designed to help Serbia shake off the accusations of acting as aggressor, as the role, due to the mounting pressure (in the form of threats of sanctions) being exerted on Serbia and Montenegro by the U.S.A. now leaves the new Yugoslavia little leeway for manoeuvering. Once the smoke has cleared, though, it will become evident that no real changes have taken place. At least not changes of a nature that could contribute towards ending the tragedy unfolding on the territory of the youngest European state, wrote Milan Predan in the editorial.
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