20 June 1995 Slowly but surely, Slobodan Milosevic made it to the famous Uzicka Street. As announced in the Official Gazette 1, No. 20 of June 8 (“the representative building in Belgrade, Uzicka 16, with accompanying facilities and land is allotted to the President of the Republic” for residence), he is assigned the mansion across […]

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