bastashevski-state business-exhibition view

In the course of his life Branco Radulovic 94, Tito's personal physician used seventeen passports. The Yugoslav passport, distributed to citizens of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, was allegedly the most stolen and falsified passport in the word. Yugoslavia's neutral position during the Cold War enabled holders of the passport unrestricted travel through nearly all of the European states in both Eastern and Western Blocs. The defunct passports hold nostalgic value and is considered a memorabilia item by many former Yugoslavians.