25 June 1996 Reports from Russia’s first presidential elections reached Serbia, the land where everything is mixed up and divided into left and right, but caused no big commotion. Just prior to the elections, on June 11 in Belgrade’s trade union hall, Gennadi Zyuganov’s book I Believe in Russia was promoted in the organization of […]

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