My parents are from Croatia but 35 years ago, Croatia and Slovenia were both part of Yugoslavia. Because of a terrible inflation, it made no sense to keep savings in local currency. My parents instead had a savings account in German currency with a Slovenian bank. When Yugoslavia broke up, Slovenia simply seized the savings of anyone who wasn't a Slovenian citizen and essentially said "too effin' bad." Now, we're talking maybe a few grand, but this is 1990 and in Eastern Europe. This was my parents' life savings and on top of everything else happening at the time, now they have no savings. Slovenia was taken to court over this and finally, 5 or so years ago, they were forced to pay up. With something ludicrous like 1% interest. My parents were offended enough not to take the money. It's 30 years later and they live in Canada and have a couple million in property alone.
I was at a Jazz-Heat game once and sitting fairly close to the floor. Any time Dragić was close to me, I yelled "Give my parents back their money" in Slovenian. I'm hoping he was at least very confused by it.