Describing the situation in the Kolubara coal-field, director Milan Obradovic compared the coal reserves with a larder in a household: “We had a larder from which we kept taking and taking and now it is empty” Before sanctions were imposed, Kolubara had 40 million tonnes of coal for production; now it has eight million tonnes. […]

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