Delo: Six Thousand New Hopes

Ljubljana, 12 September - The Western diplomats are less occupied with the war sitting in their chairs but more acting in the field. Naivity has been changed by realism. The European beginner in this field, Lord Owen, together with his experienced American colleague, Vance, broke through the Bosnian mountains with a steel cap on his head to reach his Bosnian partners in discussion. This five-hour journey was as much educational for him as the four and a half-hour discussion with the Bosnian President Izetbegović, is the opinion of Romana Dobnikar-Šeruga in Delo today.

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