On May 20 Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic visited the Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad. Strolling between the stands he was welcomed by directors of large agricultural producers and factories associated with agriculture. He stopped next to one stand, had a sip of wine and tried to be funny. He praised the peasants excessively. Serbian President […]

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