Serbia’s new Internal Affairs Minister Born in 1937 in the village of Mala Krsna, known as one of the places all international trains going through Yugoslavia stop at. Perhaps that’s why he believes Serbia’s future is in traffic, just as he is believed to be an agriculture expert after being director of the PIK Pozarevac […]
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