10 January 1994 It still remains to be seen if Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic agrees to such a program, since he is the man who will have the final say. It was Milosevic who called it “an economic program”, one which would “encourage production”. Oskar Kovac, an influential ruling Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) figure, […]

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