Delo on the New Outbreak of Violence in the Balkans

Ljubljana, 6 March - Despite international efforts for peace in Bosnia and Kosovo and attempts that the world could contribute to the development of the region through the Stability Pact, the dream for permanent peace in the Balkans is unrealistic for now. It seems like five years on the Dayton Agreement is in real danger. Croatians in Bosnia are pressing out of the federation with the Bosnians, just as the Montenegrins are pressing out of the federation with the Serbs.It is even worse in Kosovo; the international protectorate did stop the war, while it also set off a strong wave of discrimination and ethnic cleansing, which is spreading on to the Serbian and Macedonian side, writes the daily Delo.

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