That which till yesterday stood for “the disgusting haggling inside the Serbian pro-fascist Balkan policy”, today is a valued segment of the Slovene policy On May 15, exactly at midnight, the first decision of the newly elected government of Drnovsek came into force in Slovenia, a decision whereby all vehicles with Serbian or Montenegrin registration […]
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