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Lawsuits against NATO countries to be filed in fall


The first lawsuits are expected to be filed in the fall by Serbian citizens suffering from cancer.
Source: Beta Monday, June 18, 2018 | 14:15

They will sue NATO countries because of the use of depleted uranium during the 1999 bombing of Serbia.

This was announced on Monday President of the Association of Citizens "Depleted Uranium" Sveto Nogo. The lawsuits will be filed individually, he explained.

Speaking at a symposium in the southern town of Nis, dedicated to the consequences of the bombing, Nogo said that there would be no class action lawsuit, but instead those filed by cancer patients and their families.

"NATO countries will be sued for pecuniary and non-pecuniary damages. We will launch lawsuits against five countries, and after the symposium, it will be decided which countries those will be," Nogo said.

He said that working groups will be formed in the coming months to draft the lawsuits and added that the Serbian Bar Association, the Belgrade Bar Association and "partially" the Nis Bar Association all stand behind "the project."

"There has been an increasing number of cancer patients, and even babies are being born with cancer. We do not recognize 'force majeure', and as intellectuals we have no right to keep silent about it," Nogo said.

The president of the organizing committee of the symposium, Srdjan Aleksic, said that, as far as the future cases that will be conducted before national courts of NATO member states, the most important point for Serbian citizens is that Italian courts have already confirmed the causality between the use of depleted uranium and soldiers falling ill after staying in the territory that came under attack of such weapons in Kosovo and Metohija.

"The soldiers who had cancer and the families of the deceased have been afforded compensation ranging from 200,000 to 500,000 euros by a court in Italy. We will seek the same compensation for our citizens," Aleksic said.

According to him, it took five years for the Italians to prove in court the causal relationship between bombardment with depleted uranium and cancer, while Serbia is facilitated by their evidence - "and the first verdict should be reached in two years."

"We appeal for an agreement and amicable resolution, because if Italian citizens have been paid compensation, I do not see any reason for our citizens not to receive it," Aleksic pointed out.

Domenico Leggero, a member of the Italian commission looking into the consequences of the use of depleted uranium, also spoke at the event to say that all judgments in Italy have been made in favor of the sick soldiers, while the country's Ministry of Defense has been declared guilty.

"In Italy there have been over 80 cases. The soldiers have been compensated," Leggero said. He added that the harmful effect of depleted uranium on human health had been proven in Italy as early as in 1987.

Sergei Baburin, who headed Russian Duma's assistance to Serbia during the 1990s, said that Serbia has waited a long time to file the lawsuits, but that it was still not too late - "because things should not be left as they are, because we will all be complicit in an injustice."

Baburin said that many people who defended the country have been convicted of crimes - unlike those who bombarded it.

The two-day symposium in Nis gathered about thirty domestic and international experts, in the fields of law, medicine, engineering, atomic physics and ecology.



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‘We bombed you to save you’ – NATO head Stoltenberg speaks about 1999 bombings on visit to Serbia
http://www.rt.com/news/440616-stoltenberg-serbia-nato-bombing/





'Although many people in Serbia hold “poor” memories of NATO’s 1999 bombing of their country, it was, in fact, done precisely to protect them from their own government, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has said in Belgrade.

He was answering questions about the bombing and about the NATO campaign against the government of the former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, during a meeting with the students of Belgrade University.











“I stressed that we did this to protect civilians and to stop the Milosevic regime,” Stoltenberg said, as quoted by the local media, claiming locals have poor memories of the events.

So NATO wants the alliance and Belgrade to “look into the future.” Stoltenberg also boasted of an “excellent relationship” between NATO and Serbia, adding that the military bloc “respects” Belgrade’s decision not to join the alliance. Still, he maintained that NATO wants to be Serbia’s “partner.” Spam_A Spam_B He also said that NATO supports “dialogue” between Serbia and its breakaway region-turned-self-proclaimed state Kosovo, not only diplomatically but also “in the form of KFOR” – the NATO-led international peacekeeping force deployed to Kosovo.

His words came about a week after a brief escalation of tensions between Belgrade and Pristina sparked by the visit of Kosovo’s leader to a northern part of the breakaway region, which is populated by Serbs who refuse to recognize Pristina’s authority. The KFOR stayed conspicuously inactive during the incident, according to some reports while others suggested that the NATO-led force had even accompanied the Kosovo representative on that trip.

In March 1999, NATO launched airstrikes in what was then Yugoslavia, without the backing of the UN Security Council, after it accused Belgrade of “excessive and disproportionate use of force” in a conflict with insurgent Muslim ethnic Albanians in the region of Kosovo, which unilaterally declared independence nine years later, in 2008.'



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‘We bombed you to save you’ – NATO head Stoltenberg speaks about 1999 bombings on visit to Serbia
http://www.rt.com/news/440616-stoltenberg-serbia-nato-bombing/





'Although many people in Serbia hold “poor” memories of NATO’s 1999 bombing of their country, it was, in fact, done precisely to protect them from their own government, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has said in Belgrade.

He was answering questions about the bombing and about the NATO campaign against the government of the former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, during a meeting with the students of Belgrade University.











“I stressed that we did this to protect civilians and to stop the Milosevic regime,” Stoltenberg said, as quoted by the local media, claiming locals have poor memories of the events.

So NATO wants the alliance and Belgrade to “look into the future.” Stoltenberg also boasted of an “excellent relationship” between NATO and Serbia, adding that the military bloc “respects” Belgrade’s decision not to join the alliance. Still, he maintained that NATO wants to be Serbia’s “partner.” Spam_A Spam_B He also said that NATO supports “dialogue” between Serbia and its breakaway region-turned-self-proclaimed state Kosovo, not only diplomatically but also “in the form of KFOR” – the NATO-led international peacekeeping force deployed to Kosovo.

His words came about a week after a brief escalation of tensions between Belgrade and Pristina sparked by the visit of Kosovo’s leader to a northern part of the breakaway region, which is populated by Serbs who refuse to recognize Pristina’s authority. The KFOR stayed conspicuously inactive during the incident, according to some reports while others suggested that the NATO-led force had even accompanied the Kosovo representative on that trip.

In March 1999, NATO launched airstrikes in what was then Yugoslavia, without the backing of the UN Security Council, after it accused Belgrade of “excessive and disproportionate use of force” in a conflict with insurgent Muslim ethnic Albanians in the region of Kosovo, which unilaterally declared independence nine years later, in 2008.'



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And his predecessors, when they came to Belgrade, declared that they "complained to the victims in 1999" Liars.

Not one NATO pilot investigated even though there was an International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.



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Its total hypocrisy.

Meanwhile Saudi bomb Yemen, but that is ok.
And Israel official defense policy is disproportionate use of force, but that is ok.
Etc..



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Its total hypocrisy.

Meanwhile Saudi bomb Yemen, but that is ok.
And Israel official defense policy is disproportionate use of force, but that is ok.
Etc..

I see no picture from Yemen. No reports from there.
By the way, Stoltenberg regrets in case results of elections in Bosnia :

https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/milorad-dodik-serb-bosnia-presdiency-vote-1.4854269



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« Reply #11 on: Oct 08, 2018, 02:17:39 pm »
 

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Lawsuits against NATO countries to be filed in fall


The first lawsuits are expected to be filed in the fall by Serbian citizens suffering from cancer.
Source: Beta Monday, June 18, 2018 | 14:15

They will sue NATO countries because of the use of depleted uranium during the 1999 bombing of Serbia.

This was announced on Monday President of the Association of Citizens "Depleted Uranium" Sveto Nogo. The lawsuits will be filed individually, he explained.

Speaking at a symposium in the southern town of Nis, dedicated to the consequences of the bombing, Nogo said that there would be no class action lawsuit, but instead those filed by cancer patients and their families.

"NATO countries will be sued for pecuniary and non-pecuniary damages. We will launch lawsuits against five countries, and after the symposium, it will be decided which countries those will be," Nogo said.

He said that working groups will be formed in the coming months to draft the lawsuits and added that the Serbian Bar Association, the Belgrade Bar Association and "partially" the Nis Bar Association all stand behind "the project."

"There has been an increasing number of cancer patients, and even babies are being born with cancer. We do not recognize 'force majeure', and as intellectuals we have no right to keep silent about it," Nogo said.

The president of the organizing committee of the symposium, Srdjan Aleksic, said that, as far as the future cases that will be conducted before national courts of NATO member states, the most important point for Serbian citizens is that Italian courts have already confirmed the causality between the use of depleted uranium and soldiers falling ill after staying in the territory that came under attack of such weapons in Kosovo and Metohija.

"The soldiers who had cancer and the families of the deceased have been afforded compensation ranging from 200,000 to 500,000 euros by a court in Italy. We will seek the same compensation for our citizens," Aleksic said.

According to him, it took five years for the Italians to prove in court the causal relationship between bombardment with depleted uranium and cancer, while Serbia is facilitated by their evidence - "and the first verdict should be reached in two years."

"We appeal for an agreement and amicable resolution, because if Italian citizens have been paid compensation, I do not see any reason for our citizens not to receive it," Aleksic pointed out.

Domenico Leggero, a member of the Italian commission looking into the consequences of the use of depleted uranium, also spoke at the event to say that all judgments in Italy have been made in favor of the sick soldiers, while the country's Ministry of Defense has been declared guilty.

"In Italy there have been over 80 cases. The soldiers have been compensated," Leggero said. He added that the harmful effect of depleted uranium on human health had been proven in Italy as early as in 1987.

Sergei Baburin, who headed Russian Duma's assistance to Serbia during the 1990s, said that Serbia has waited a long time to file the lawsuits, but that it was still not too late - "because things should not be left as they are, because we will all be complicit in an injustice."

Baburin said that many people who defended the country have been convicted of crimes - unlike those who bombarded it.

The two-day symposium in Nis gathered about thirty domestic and international experts, in the fields of law, medicine, engineering, atomic physics and ecology.



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NATO: depleted uranium not a healthy risk  >:(

http://rs.n1info.com/a385302/English/NEWS/NATO-says-depleted-uranium-not-a-health-risk.html

http://rs.n1info.com/a385302/English/NEWS/NATO-says-depleted-uranium-not-a-health-risk.html



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Re: Wars in former Yugoslavia 1991-2001 - NATO Op Was a War Crime
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'Good' Bombing: NATO Op Against Yugoslavia Was a War Crime: Christopher Black
http://sputniknews.com/analysis/201810101068738476-nato-yugoslavia-war-crimes/





'Jens Stoltenberg’s claim that NATO “protected” Yugoslavia from the government of Slobodan Milosevic is nothing but propaganda, Christopher C. Black, a Toronto-based international criminal lawyer told Sputnik, stressing that NATO had no legal reason to attack Yugoslavia and de facto committed a war crime against the sovereign nation.

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“The NATO attack on Yugoslavia has nothing whatsoever to do with protecting anyone since the claims made by NATO against the government of Yugoslavia were false and were just a pretext for their aggression,” says Christopher C. Black, a Toronto-based international criminal lawyer with 20 years of experience in war crimes and international relations.


  Spam_A Spam_B Black’s comment comes in response to a statement made by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg who told Serbia’s RTS:

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“We are aware in NATO that many people in Serbia still have bad memories about the bombing, the airstrikes in 1999. I stress that we did this to protect civilians and stop the Milosevic regime,” the NATO chief said.

“NATO countries had no legal right to bomb anyone for any reason as that is a violation of international law, the UN Charter, Nuremberg Principles etc.,” the scholar underscored. “Their attack was aggression and therefore a war crime and they committed war crimes during the attack.”


The NATO military campaign against sovereign Yugoslavia codenamed Operation Allied Force kicked off amid the Kosovo war (February, 1998 — June, 1999) between the country’s government forces and Albanian separatists. The alliance’s 78-day air raids resulted in 5,700 civilian deaths, infrastructural damages and contamination of the part of the region with depleted uranium.'



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Re: Wars in former Yugoslavia 1991-2001 - NATO Op Was a War Crime
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'Good' Bombing: NATO Op Against Yugoslavia Was a War Crime: Christopher Black
http://sputniknews.com/analysis/201810101068738476-nato-yugoslavia-war-crimes/





'Jens Stoltenberg’s claim that NATO “protected” Yugoslavia from the government of Slobodan Milosevic is nothing but propaganda, Christopher C. Black, a Toronto-based international criminal lawyer told Sputnik, stressing that NATO had no legal reason to attack Yugoslavia and de facto committed a war crime against the sovereign nation.



  Spam_A Spam_B Black’s comment comes in response to a statement made by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg who told Serbia’s RTS:



The NATO military campaign against sovereign Yugoslavia codenamed Operation Allied Force kicked off amid the Kosovo war (February, 1998 — June, 1999) between the country’s government forces and Albanian separatists. The alliance’s 78-day air raids resulted in 5,700 civilian deaths, infrastructural damages and contamination of the part of the region with depleted uranium.'



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In interview for Serbian Public TV ( RTS) J. Stoltenberg repeat that NATO protected "civilians from Slobodan Milosevic" but he is not
told where or who was that civilians. Also he not mentioned UN.



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http://www.cfcpac.org/content/2018/10/10/nato-and-serbia-put-bombing-behind-them/
Nato and Serbia put bombing behind them
October 10, 2018 Politics

The Nato anthem does not get too many airings in Serbia. But Serbia is for the first time hosting a large-scale Nato-led exercise, so this little-heard music has been blaring out this week at Mladenovac, about an hour outside Belgrade.

Serbians have not forgotten Nato’s actions in 1999, when alliance aircraft bombed the country for 78 days, in an effort to force Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic to withdraw troops from Kosovo and allow international peacekeepers in. Other ex-Yugoslav countries may have joined Nato, but public opinion in Serbia remains strongly opposed.

As the anthem plays, Serbia’s President, Aleksandar Vucic, and Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stand straight-backed, almost at attention, along with representatives of three dozen states. Behind them, an emblem merges Serbia’s flag with the Nato banner for an exercise involving Nato’s main civil emergency response system.

The scene in Mladenovac may come as a jolt to those who have Belgrade down as a staunch ally of Moscow.

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Serbia: Anti-NATO protest held in Mladenovac
Published on Oct 8, 2018

Around 100 people gathered in Mladenovac on Monday, to protest against the NATO and Serbia joint drills as they kicked off. The drills are being held in Mladenovac and Arandjelovac, in the outskirts of Belgrade, and will last until October 11.

Around 2,000 NATO troops from 38 Countries will take part in the exercise, with operations involving urban search and rescue, chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear protection, decontamination teams and water rescue teams.
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http://www.cfcpac.org/content/2018/10/10/nato-and-serbia-put-bombing-behind-them/


"NATO and Serbia put bombing behind them". Really ? US Army base on Kosovo ( "Bondsteel" ), next year ( Northern) Macedonia will become new member of NATO.: https://seenews.com/news/stoltenberg-expects-macedonia-to-join-nato-in-2019-if-name-deal-implemented-628727


Why NATO encircles Serbia and Russia?  Who ordered it ? Serbia announced their neutrality like Austria and Switzerland.
Stoltenberg is just an operative.

P.S. Interesting - in Serbia Liberal political parties and NGO`s are for membership in NATO.



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CIA "hid reports about massacres committed against Serbs"

A US expert on radical Islam and terrorism says Saudi Arabia had influenced the US to make a document about a massacre against Serbs near Srebrenica disappear.

Source: Tanjug Monday, November 5, 2018 | 12:03

Analyst Robert Spencer told Vecernje Novosti daily in an interview - commenting on the newspaper's recent discovery of the role of US intelligence officials in hiding reports about crimes perpetrated against Serbs in Podrinje (along the Drina River), said the Saudi authorities had a huge impact on the state apparatus in Washington.

That's how, he claims, it came to the CIA hiding the real ruth about the events in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) in the 1990s.

Spencer expressed his view that it is possible for the US to change its policy towards BiH, but "only in case of a turning point in relations between America and Saudi Arabia."

He assessed that former US President W.Clinton "made a catastrophic decision to work with the Muslims during the civil war in the Balkans."

"This decision made it possible to establish a jihadi stronghold, all under the guise of democracy and the right to self-determination. It is not difficult to conclude that President Clinton was influenced by Saudi Arabia in making this decision," Spencer was quoted as saying by the Belgrade-based daily.

Asked whether BiH "can survive as a democratic and multinational state, despite the growing influence of some Middle Eastern countries," the US expert replied, "No."

"Sharia is incompatible with democracy, and in the end, Bosnia will have to decide one way or the other," Spencer said.


https://www.b92.net/eng/news/region.php?yyyy=2018&mm=11&dd=05&nav_id=105447



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https://www.b92.net/eng/news/region.php?yyyy=2018&mm=11&dd=30&nav_id=105653

Muslim war criminal Naser Oric is "innocent".  :o
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20 years of false peace negotiations in Rambouillet, France. Topic: Kosovo...

"The Rambouillet text, which called on Serbia to admit NATO troops throughout Yugoslavia was a provocation, an excuse to start bombing. Rambouillet is not a document that an angelic Serb could have accepted. It was a terrible diplomatic document that should never have been presented in that form," former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger wrote in London's Daily Telegraph in June 1999.

on March 22, US Special Envoy Richard Holbrooke failed to convince Slobodan Milosevic, president of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, to accept the agreement on Kosovo and on the deployment of NATO troops in the province.

International mediators Mayorski, Petritsch, and Hill were also unsuccessful.

Two days later, on March 24, NATO launched its bombing campaign, which ended after 78 days resulted in the withdrawal of Yugoslav forces from Kosovo and the establishment of a provisional administration of the United Nations in the province.

During the entire course of the talks in France, the two delegations were only once together at the same table, with then US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright sat at its head.


https://www.b92.net/eng/news/world.php?yyyy=2019&mm=02&dd=06&nav_id=106150



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Re: Wars in former Yugoslavia 1991-2001 : Bosnia
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On today's day of 1992 on the second day of an illegitimate referendum on the independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the downtown of Sarajevo, the wedding guest Nikola Gardovic was killed at the wedding.



N. Gardovic was killed by criminal Ramiz Delalic (1963-2007) because Gardovic refused to remove the Serbian flag (the Serbian custom in weddings is to wear a national flag).



e was a member of the Muslim paramilitary formation "Patriotic League" under the command of the President of Bosnia ... Alija Izetbegovic. It is therefore not surprising that Delalic was arrested in the evening on that dayreleased. The Bosnian war could have begun.

Delalic did not long survive because he was killed by an Albanian "colleague" after the war.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Nikola_Gardović



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On today's day of 1992 on the second day of an illegitimate referendum on the independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the downtown of Sarajevo, the wedding guest Nikola Gardovic was killed at the wedding.



N. Gardovic was killed by criminal Ramiz Delalic (1963-2007) because Gardovic refused to remove the Serbian flag (the Serbian custom in weddings is to wear a national flag).



e was a member of the Muslim paramilitary formation "Patriotic League" under the command of the President of Bosnia ... Alija Izetbegovic. It is therefore not surprising that Delalic was arrested in the evening on that dayreleased. The Bosnian war could have begun.

Delalic did not long survive because he was killed by an Albanian "colleague" after the war.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Nikola_Gardović



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However, there was no time to celebrate "victory" in an illegitimate referendum on the independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina (legitimate representative of Bosnian Serbs Dr. Radovan Karadzic invited the people to boycott the "referendum" and they did it ).

But what happens at the night of March 2, 1992 in Sarajevo?

By the order of the leader Bosnian Muslims (now Bosniaks) Alija Izetbegovic-  "Patriotic League", "Green Berets" and other armed Muslims ( (Gardovic's killer - Delalic is the Bosnian police let them join them) they set up barricades around town and armed sniper shoots guns in Sarajevo (?!).



Also, according to the order of R. Karadzic's armed Serbs do the same (?!).



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Musician Goran Bregovic interview ( after came back in Bosnia )

So what does he think of Tito now? “Tito did a lot of good things but missed the chance to transform Yugoslavia into a democratic state. He could have done it and war would have been avoided.” As war approached, White Button recorded banned nationalist songs, “one Croat and one Serbian, together in one song, and used forbidden nationalists on the record … so of course my manager was jailed”. His lyrics somewhat optimistically suggested “when the war starts you and I will close the windows and kiss each other until it is over...”

https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/feb/27/goran-bregovic-interview-three-letters-from-sarajevo-balkan-music

P.S. Either Bregovic said thing what "Guardian"`s journalist want to hear or he forget in which country he lived. Maybe I am wrong.



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PROLOGUE:

by Ted Galen Carpenter

" It’s no secret that Hillary Clinton favors a hawkish foreign policy...her disturbingly casual attitude about the use of U.S. military force even when important American security interests are not at stake. Those attitudes were already evident in the 1990s, when Hillary Clinton was first lady and an informal adviser to her husband. Despite not holding an official policy position, she helped push the United States into the Balkan Wars. That was especially true of the 1999 Kosovo War, when she worked hand-in-glove with Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and other advocates of a hardline policy toward Serbia. Indeed, the American-led NATO airstrikes became a model for what Clinton sought to do in Libya more than a decade later—a supposedly cheap and effective military intervention that accomplished ambitious policy goals without putting large numbers of U.S. troops on the ground.

Hillary’s role in the Bosnia intervention remains murky. Given her later enthusiasm for “humanitarian” wars, it is likely that she pushed her husband to become more proactive in that conflict. On the other hand, until the sweeping GOP victory in the 1994 congressional elections, she had strong hopes for health care reform, and there is some evidence that she worried that a Bosnia intervention might be a fatal distraction for the administration and the nation. It should be noted though, that officials who were close allies of Hillary Clinton, most notably Richard Holbrooke, played an influential role in getting Washington to take the lead in the military intervention against the Serbs in 1995. At the same time, she helped ensure that Albright became Secretary of State in the second term of the Clinton administration.

There was no ambiguity about her position regarding Kosovo. She was virulently hostile to the Serbian government in Belgrade and extremely sympathetic to the rebel Albanian on Kosovo. In her discussions with Bill Clinton, she later admitted , “I urged him to bomb.”  In the book Hillary’s Choice , author Gail Sheehy describes the tense exchange between the Clintons in detail. “On March 21, 1999, Hillary expressed her views by phone to the president: ‘I urged him to bomb.’ The Clintons argued the issue over the next few days. [The President expressed] what-ifs: What if bombing promoted more executions? What if it took apart the NATO alliance? Hillary responded: ‘You cannot let this go on at the end of a century that has seen the major holocaust of our time. What do we have NATO for if not to defend our way of life?’ The next day the President declared that force was necessary.”

https://nationalinterest.org/blog/the-skeptics/hillarys-hawkishness-began-when-she-was-first-lady-16742



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What exactly did the head of German diplomacy say, what was THE PRESIDENT of Serbia VUCIC?

NATO bombing of the former FR of Yugoslavia 20 years ago was right, as well as German participation in this military action, says Foreign Minister Heiko Maas.
- I think that NATO's action was right. I would not want to imagine what would happen there if there was no intervention - said Mas in a statement to the daily Stuttgarternachrichten.

He argues that Germany participated in this because it had a "responsible approach". Maas says that Berlin then saw that there was "a major violation of human rights, including mass killing".

On March 24, 1999, NATO began aggression, mainly on Serbia in the operation of the Western military alliance, and German bombers
as in the Second World War.

Today on Serbian Public TV (RTS) former Serbian Diplomat Vladislav Jovanovic said that Serbia was attack because he want to be a slave a "New Order".



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