PRESS REVIEW FROM SLOVENIA
Ljubljana, 17 February - DELO: (T00)GREAT EXPECTATIONS? - Regardless of the decision of the U.N. Security Council, both sides expect too much. Peter Potočnik says.The Serbians will be satisfied only if they will be able, with the help of the U.N. peace keeping forces, to keep control over the occupied territories at least through a local Serbian government, and the Croatians only if they can take over the control of the whole territory of Croatia. What keeps their passions under control is fear of the most dangerous potential battlefield in the Balkans, Bosnia and Hercegovina. The present policies, on the division of BiH, of both parties are fairly unanimous. They are both playing against the interests of the Muslims and a part of the conscious Croatians. Maybe many of these complications, ambiguities, and anxieties could have been avoided if the global organization had recognized from the very beginning that the situation in Yugoslavia has changed, and that it had not dissolved because of the war , but that war only accelerated its debacle.
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