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July 3, 1991 | Associated Press
Slovenia President Milan Kucan: MEE-lan KOO-chan Parliament President France Bucar: FRAHN-tsay BOO-char Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel: Di-MEE-tree ROO-pell Capital, Ljubljana: LYUHB-lee-ah-nah Croatia President Franjo Tudjman: FRAHN-yo TOODGE-mahn Federal Government President Stipe Mesic: STEE-pay MEH-sich Prime Minister Ante Markovic: AN-tay MAR-kaw-vich Defense Minister Veljko Kadijevic: VEL-ykoh kah-DEE-yeh-vich
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July 3, 1991 | Associated Press
Slovenia President Milan Kucan: MEE-lan KOO-chan Parliament President France Bucar: FRAHN-tsay BOO-char Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel: Di-MEE-tree ROO-pell Capital, Ljubljana: LYUHB-lee-ah-nah Croatia President Franjo Tudjman: FRAHN-yo TOODGE-mahn Federal Government President Stipe Mesic: STEE-pay MEH-sich Prime Minister Ante Markovic: AN-tay MAR-kaw-vich Defense Minister Veljko Kadijevic: VEL-ykoh kah-DEE-yeh-vich
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July 1, 1991 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Yugoslavia's collective presidency, in a move that could prop up the troubled federation, resurrected itself early today and elected Croatia's Stipe Mesic as head of state. The action in the federal capital of Belgrade removed a major obstacle to working out a European-mediated peace in the disintegrating country.
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July 1, 1991 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Yugoslavia's collective presidency, in a move that could prop up the troubled federation, resurrected itself early today and elected Croatia's Stipe Mesic as head of state. The action in the federal capital of Belgrade removed a major obstacle to working out a European-mediated peace in the disintegrating country.
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