1. I was a really ugly building so good riddance, I hope they restore some of the other bombed damage buildings though.
    (Asteri, 5 May 2015 10:50)

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  2. Will the US be receiving the bill for all this work? They were the ones who (illegally) created this destruction site. It's only right that they pay for it!
    (moderate albanian, 1 May 2015 10:21)

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  3. It took them FOREVER to do this! It's so sad how slow everything in this country is ! IKEA taking 5 years to build one store for got sake and a bombed building 16 odd years to demolish...... When will this country become normal ? Everything is so laggy and bureaucratic! Politicians say they'll do something in a year, it takes them 4 years! People are sick of their lives and this economy. We'll join the EU in 2014 they said, now they saying 2020, in 2020 they'll say we need 10 more years ?
    (VB, 1 May 2015 03:18)

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  4. The building to its right is quite attractive, so maybe the new building should be in a similar style, but different color bricks/stones and trim.
    Put some anti-aircraft batteries on its roof! - Just kidding.

    And I always think that Serbia should work more on having a good subway complex which goes under the Danube. In case of war, there'd be an alternate way instead of the bridges which are much more easily wrecked by bombs.
    (ida, 1 May 2015 02:13)

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  5. I wouldn't be surprised if NATO built its local office on that site. That is the sort of thing we can expect from Western Imperialists; they don't merely want to rule the world, they want to rub the noses of occupied peoples in Sh@t to show them who's the boss.
    (Michael Thomas, 30 April 2015 19:23)

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  6. Should be left to commemorate the strength and perseverance against western imperialism for make benefit glorious nation of Serbia!
    (Bob, 30 April 2015 17:25)

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