PRESS REVIEW FROM SLOVENIA, NOVEMBER 29, 1991
Ljubljana, 29 November - The DNEVNIK: "INK SPOTS" - It is completely clear that the peace-keeping forces on the territory of Yugoslavia will not only be passive guardians of the peace and chance bystanders in a full-screen drama, but that they will, in all likelihood, also become key factors in future political processes unravelling in this region and yet another instrument through which the international community can influence developments in this region. Especially since the peace-keeping "ink spots" on the map - marking the way in which these troops are deployed - will enable it to supervise the most critical points and the most disputed regions of former Yugoslavia. Considering that the bulk of the United Nations Peace forces to be deployed in Yugoslavia will be, as all indicates, comprised of Western troops, we must by no means underestimate their political role, warns Maroje Mihovilović, who also predicts that these forces are sure to stay for a long, long time to come. Possibly even for the next millennium or so.
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