Not only are the prices of hard currencies and goods racing each other – but the Central banks and their governments are also vying to cause the collapse of the national economy The situation in Belgrade today is worse than at the time of Milan Nedic, i.e, during the German occupation, Dr. Ljubomir Madzar said […]

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