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Foreigners in Moscow: Borislav Milosevic

His younger brother was the President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and one of the most controversial political figures of his time. Borislav Milosevic himself used to be the Ambassador of Yugoslavia in Russia. Now he has left his political career but hasn't left Moscow. He feels at home in the Russian capital. Find out more about his life and family in the new installment of the Foreigners in Moscow documentary series.