Seven decades of common living and common diplomatic history leaves the Yugoslav heirs with the big fund of state property abroad. 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 […]

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