Delo: New Times, Old Logic
Ljubljana, 31 May - If anyone claimed back in 1990 that NATO would have to attack Belgrade, that its troops would be forced to remain deployed in the territory of the former Yugoslavia for years, and that they would probably have to defend Skopje from armed Kosovo Albanians in the end, s/he would be asked if s/he was nuts. If the same person would foretell that in the spring of 2001 NATO would, togehter with Russians, Ukrainians, the EU and half of the former Warsaw Bloc hold a meeting in Budapest, nobody would talk to that person anymore. But it did happen, the daily Delo writes on Thursday, commenting on a meeting of foreign ministers from NATO member states.
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