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Pescanik live in Pozarevac
Serbia

"Serbia towards the European Union" political tribune by Peščanik - live! Guests: Vesna Pešić, Ivan Kuzminović and Svetlana Lukić, Tuesday May 24. 2011.

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Tags: serbia; srbija; evropa; europe; union; uniji; požarevac; vesna; pesic; svetlana; lukic; misa; tadic; sasa; stojanovic; political; tribune
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