The Serbian Republic is our neighboring state and no one from the leadership of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia has the right to interfere in the internal affairs of a neighboring country, and this is direct interference, direct condition-setting and blackmail on their part… Vojislav Seselj can now freely say that he had guessed. While […]

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