“What we found shows that our job is dramatic rather than serious,” Belgrade’s new city government chief architect Spasoje Krunic told his first meeting with reporters. A few days later in his first interview, Krunic made another qualification to describe what the new local authorities found: the situation is disastrous. “We’re discovering unbelievable things about […]
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