BELGRADE, March 17 (RIA Novosti) – Serbia’s authorities are in talks with Russia to obtain a $500 million loan instead of the $1 billion loan Belgrade had earlier asked for to stabilize its budget, the local newspaper Blic reported citing the country’s finance minister.
“We do not a loan of $1 billion which we previously discussed [with Russia],” the newspaper quoted Finance Minister Mladan Dinkic as saying.
Dinkic said the loan sum has been lowered as the liquidity of Serbia’s budget has considerably grown compared with last year, when the talks on the possible loan were launched.
In January, Russia signed an $800 million export credit deal with Serbia. Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov also announced that Russia was in talks over a possible $1 billion loan to Belgrade in 2013.
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- moistSince the NATO onslaught, Serbia is a society...10:37, 18/03/2013...infested by western NGO´s, more than 1.800 no less, heavily entrenched in every part of the society high and low. It dictates the policy of the western imposed quisling regime as well as the media, to 99.9% owned by Soros & Co.
Now, the US-controlled IMF that kick started the NATO war and the western chopping up of Yugoslavia in the 90´s continues (the war) to enslave the Serbs with draconian conditions and the quisling cult of course abide.
Unlike Germany/NATO, Russia never raped, bombed, killed and dumped atomic waste on it´s southern little brothers and never demanded ridicolous conditions for it´s loans either, this time however, considering the western imposed quisling regime still very much hostile to both Russia and everything Serbian, this should be the case (conditions for loans)in order to serve the best interest for the Serbs and prevent further western destabilisation and occupation of Serbian territory.
Russia, now almost back to it´s natural glory and might, should continue what General Leonid Ivashov started during the war when he rushed Russian troops in no time to defend the Pristina Airport...
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