After the early elections (December 27, 1992), Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic gave a statement to Radio Television Serbia (RTS) in which he determined the three main goals of his policy: 1) to preserve the peace, 2) an economic renaissance, and 3) the struggle against crime. Speaking of crime, Milosevic said the following: “The citizens must […]

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