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Matic: let’s thank international solidarity


The director of B92 explains how the station managed to resist to the pressures and threats of the Milosevic years by following the path of free expression – which, over the last 17 years, has turned the broadcaster into a movement based on the declaration of human rights. He acknowledges the positive and occasionally decisive role played by international public opinion. It continues along its path and signals that Serbia has not yet become a fully democratic country.

The director of B92 explains how the station managed to resist to the pressures and threats of the Milosevic years by following the path of free expression – which, over the last 17 years, has turned the broadcaster into a movement based on the declaration of human rights. He acknowledges the positive and occasionally decisive role played by international public opinion. It continues along its path and signals that Serbia has not yet become a fully democratic country.

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