Vojislav Seselj recently visited Russia in an attempt to secure a place for Yugoslavia – at least as an observer – in the Union of Russia and Belarussia. Europe understood this as yet another response from Yugoslavia to the Euro-challenge. When, on 31 December, at 11:30, Wim Deisenberg, governor of the European Central Bank sets […]
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