After deciding to make a trip to Ljubljana in spite of the possibility to face arrest there, retired JNA general Milan Aksentijevic became the common denominator for making headlines in the two former Yugoslav states On 11. July, at half past eight in the evening, a crowd of people gathered on platform 27 of Belgrade’s […]
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