"Hotel Moskva”. Located in central Belgrade, Hotel "Moskva" opened in 1908. During the German occupation of Belgrade in World War II, it was commandeered by the Gestapo. During the 1999 NATO bombings of Belgrade during the Kosovo conflict, the hotel served as headquarters for Western reporters. “Moskva” is currently owned by Mile Dragic. Aside from owning the hotel, Dragic is head of Mile Dragic Production, a Serbian arms manufacturing and exporting company. In 2005, Dragic made headlines by purchasing a majority stake in “Moskva” for € 8.45 million, acting as a representative of a company registered in Belize. Later that same year, Dragic was accused of bribing government officials in order to secure questionable military contracts. Although the ensuing scandal led to ministerial resignations, Dragic was soon released. He currently lives and works in Belgrade and Oslo.