Council of Europe

July 1996
Presidents & Prime Ministers;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p28
Reports that the Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly voted to admit the Republic of Croatia as a full member in the Council of Europe. Seats in the assembly.


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