6 January 1992 Embassies, residencies, consulates, flats… which were all built or bought in the states throughout the world with which Yugoslavia had diplomatic links, form a part of the common property which in the multilateral “court case” of the candidates for the inheritance will feature in the delicate debate. Namely, 125 buildings (along with […]

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