A pensioner, 71, exchanged his so-called old foreign currency savings (hopelessly blocked in banks) with the intention of “purchasing” his apartment after half a century of permanent residence in Serbia (he is a Serb) and in such a way provide for his daughter, 45, married, mother of two-year-old child Six months later, the competent body […]
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