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against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the Republic of Serbia, and the State Health Fund of Serbia, seeking in excess of $500 million as the result of the armed takeover of the ICN Yugoslav subsidiary.
It is at Berkeley that she wants to major in political science and minor in Slavic languages - there she thinks she will receive the best training in America to some day help Yugoslavia as a professional woman.
He said: "If a game against Croatia was our first fixture - and we always like to start away from home against the group favourites - there would be an obvious advantage in meeting Yugoslavia in Belgrade.
But at the top of Group Eight Yugoslavia, with 16 points, lead the Irish, on 15 points, with Croatia just a point behind on 14.
He won massive support for his decision to turn his aircraft around over the Atlantic and return to Moscow rather than meet with the Clinton Administration as it began its war against Yugoslavia.
Yeltsin has ruled out Russian military intervention in Yugoslavia and Nato has ignored Moscow's calls to stop the daily bombing raids.
Yugoslavia is a very fast growing market and we have a long relationship with the operator Mobtel, with this contract Ericsson continues to be recognized as the long-term partner in the modernization process and as the leading supplier of mobile Internet systems and services," says Jan Hultgren, President Ericsson Yugoslavia.
Tokyo suspended providing intergovernmental official development assistance to Yugoslavia in November 1991.
Today, only the republics of Serbia and Montenegro remain part of Yugoslavia.
Discussions during the morning session were dominated by the recent events in Yugoslavia.
Panic, who served as Prime Minister of Yugoslavia 1992-1993, is the last candidate to have run against Milosevic for the Presidency.
The play has been a deeply affecting experience for the Divaces, who are from the former Yugoslavia.