Many, like Yugoslav Army General Staff information service head Colonel Ljubodrag Stojadinovic who admits so openly today, did not take Serbian Radical Party (SRS) leader Vojislav Seselj seriously earlier, so that they had to leave in the end Former Yugoslav Prime Minister Milan Panic who was accused by Seselj, among other things, of undermining the […]

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