Krajina’s Prime Minister Borislav Mikelic admitted that “the assessments of the state of the economy were more the result of talk, individual experience and impressions than reliable figures.” The figures he disclosed in Knin on April 21 do not leave much room for optimism EMPLOYMENT: “Assessments are that today the Republic of Serb Krajina (RSK) […]

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