On November 29 1989, when Serbia decided to break off the economic relations with Slovenia, prompted by the banning of the Meeting of Truth in Ljubljana (capital of Slovenia), it could have expected to share the same fate The one who dared to threaten politically the very essence of trade – the economic interests – […]

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