Prior to Slobodan Milosevic’s appearance on the political scene of Serbia and the Balkans, the Serbs didn’t even know that the Greeks were their brothers and cousin Greece was the country where a (smaller) number of Serbs go on vacation, and which they swear at due to the visas which are causing headaches amongst the […]
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