“Captured petrol” was the last in a series of affairs which marked the brief but passionate relationship between Mr Jezdimir Vasiljevic and the Montenegrin government. Capturing the “Jugoskandic” petrol “super 98” in bonded warehouses in Bar (Montenegrin port) was one in a series of events which were the evidence of notorious finalization of the “business […]

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