What is to be done after sanctions? - The return of Yugoslavia to European integration processes and to the EU market (1995)
Only one day after the adoption of the UN Security Council Resolution 1022 on suspension of all sanctions imposed against SR Yugoslavia, a round table was organised on the premises of the Centre for Democracy Foundation with the participation of Yugoslav economic experts, journalists and representatives of the diplomatic corps. The aim of the round table was to facilitate realistic analysis of objective circumstances and requirements Yugoslavia would face after sanctions were lifted and bring into focus measures that need to be taken in order to provide for its reintegration into international community.
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