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Re: BalkanNews
« Reply #250 on: Nov 20, 2018, 01:22:14 pm »
 

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You have to be a country, not a province, to join interpol.
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Somebody told Kosovo province that is country. Wrong. Resolution 1244 of SC UN is still valid.



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« Reply #251 on: Nov 22, 2018, 12:42:36 pm »
 

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"100% tax to remain until Serbia recognizes Kosovo"

The PM of the interim institutions has reacted to EU calling on Pristina to withdraw its decision on raising taxes on Serbian products to 100 percent.
Source: Tanjug Thursday, November 22, 2018 | 13:46


https://www.b92.net/eng/news/politics.php?yyyy=2018&mm=11&dd=22&nav_id=105587



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« Reply #252 on: Dec 07, 2018, 08:38:46 am »
 

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Re: BalkanNews
« Reply #253 on: Dec 08, 2018, 02:55:57 pm »
 

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USA making Army of Kosovo  >:( :o

https://www.b92.net/eng/news/politics.php?yyyy=2018&mm=12&dd=07&nav_id=105702



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President of Serbia Vucic commenting on Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj saying that America will stand on the side of Kosovo if there is a conflict with the Serbian Army, Vucic said that Haradinaj is right and that he expects the US to be on the side of Kosovo, whatever Pristina does and what agreement it violates.
"It is high time to reconcile with the fact the United States has recognized the independence of Kosovo and that it is the end of the story for them. It is not realistic that Serbia can change the mind of America, as few and as weak as we are, we have to preserve ourselves," he said, and reiterated that Serbia's vital interest is in preserving peace and defending its national interests.


https://www.b92.net/eng/news/politics.php?yyyy=2018&mm=12&dd=07&nav_id=105711



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« Reply #254 on: Dec 08, 2018, 03:25:12 pm »
 

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How Could Serbia reclaim Kosovo ?

Any scenario ideas anyone ?



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« Reply #255 on: Dec 08, 2018, 04:10:27 pm »
 

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How Could Serbia reclaim Kosovo ?

Any scenario ideas anyone ?



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Good question. No military action. Diplomacy and patience. President of Serbia Vucic is scum but his opposition is pro-EU/NATO political coalition. EU , UK and USA demanding UN chair for "Republic Kosovo". Palestina did not have that.



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« Reply #256 on: Dec 08, 2018, 05:00:21 pm »
 

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Good question. No military action. Diplomacy and patience. President of Serbia Vucic is scum but his opposition is pro-EU/NATO political coalition. EU , UK and USA demanding UN chair for "Republic Kosovo". Palestina did not have that.



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My guess is wait for Kosovo to collapse or implode.



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« Reply #257 on: Dec 08, 2018, 05:16:01 pm »
 

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My guess is wait for Kosovo to collapse or implode.



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Yes. " Republic of Kosovo" will implode when NATO leave Kosovo. "All we need little patience".



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« Reply #258 on: Dec 10, 2018, 03:02:54 pm »
 

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USA making Army of Kosovo  >:( :o

https://www.b92.net/eng/news/politics.php?yyyy=2018&mm=12&dd=07&nav_id=105702



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USA sent 20 "Humvies" to Kosovo in help to build "Army of Kosovo".  >:(

https://www.b92.net/eng/news/politics.php?yyyy=2018&mm=12&dd=10&nav_id=105717



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So far as I know, they are only good for making the salesman rich.
Unit cost   $220,000 yet it supposed to be the replacement of the cheap jeep....



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Serbia talks up armed intervention as Kosovo approves new army
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Serbia talks up armed intervention as Kosovo approves new army
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/dec/14/kosovo-to-create-army-in-defiance-of-serbia-and-nato


'Serbia has talked up the possibility of an armed intervention in Kosovo after the parliament in Pristina overwhelmingly approved the formation of an army.

Belgrade called the move the “most direct threat to peace and stability in the region”, while Nato’s chief said it was “ill-timed” and urged dialogue.

All present 107 politicians in the 120-seat Kosovan parliament voted in favour of passing three draft laws to expand an existing 4,000 Kosovo security force and turn it into a regular, lightly armed army. Ethnic Serb politicians boycotted the vote.

Serbia insists the new army violates a UN resolution that ended Kosovo’s 1998-99 war of independence. It has warned bluntly that it may respond with an armed intervention in the former province. The Serbian prime minister, Ana Brnabić, said this was “one of the options on the table”.

The president, Aleksandar Vučić, visited Serbian troops on the border with Kosovo on Friday. Nikola Selaković, an adviser to Vučić, said Serbia could send in armed forces or declare Kosovo an occupied territory. The foreign minister, Ivica Dačić, said Serbia would seek an urgent session of the United Nations security council over the issue.

In Serb-dominated northern Kosovo, the Serb leader Goran Rakić said the new army was “unacceptable” and “showed clearly that Pristina does not want peace.” Rakić urged Serbs in Kosovo to show “restraint and not respond to provocations”.

In a sign of defiance, Serbs in the north displayed Serbian flags on streets and balconies, while Nato-led peacekeepers were deployed on a bridge in the ethnically divided northern town of Mitrovica.

Russia’s foreign ministry denounced the Kosovan move and said the army must be disbanded.'


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Re: BalkanNews - The Kosovo Blunder: Moves Towards a Standing Army
« Reply #262 on: Dec 17, 2018, 06:09:03 am »
 

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The Kosovo Blunder: Moves Towards a Standing Army
http://davidicke.com/article/511471/kosovo-blunder-moves-towards-standing-army




By Dr. Binoy Kampmark

There never is a time not to worry in the Balkans.   The next conflict always seems to be peering around the corner with a malicious enthusiasm, eager to spring at points of demagogic advantage and personal suffering.  The centrepieces of future disaster in the region tend to be Kosovo and Bosnia.  The former is now intent on formalising military arrangements, thereby fashioning a spear that will be able to be driven deep through the heart of Serbian pride.


On Friday, the Assembly of Kosovo passed three draft laws with overwhelming numbers that it would form an army.  (Serbian lawmakers boycotted the session.)  The current Kosovo Security Force of 3,000 lightly armed personnel is to become somewhat more formidable: 5,000 active troops backed by 3,000 reservists in the next decade.  This move was brazenly chest beating in nature, an assertion that security, as provided by the 4,000 NATO troops forming KFOR (the Kosovo Force), was inadequate and, more to the point, to be bypassed altogether.

It also came as a calculated assault, timed to bruise Serbians in Kosovo – numbering some 120,000 – and politicians in Belgrade, suggesting a marked change from negotiations some three months prior. Then, it seemed that a land swap offer was in the making, one that would have reflected the relevant though tense ethnic composition in the region: the Preševo Valley in southern Serbia, predominantly Albanian, would join Kosovo; Serbia would re-establish dominion over the majority ethnic-Serb area of Kosovo to the north of the River Ibar.


Things subsequently soured.  Kosovo had already agreed to raise a 100 percent tariff on imports from Serbia, a move that is economically insensible but parochially clear.  Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj justified the action by blaming Belgrade’s efforts to foil his bid in admitting Kosovo to Interpol.  Aggression from Belgrade was cited on all fronts: from the seething Deputy Prime Minister Enver Hoxhaj; from the foreign ministry (“abusive” lobbying by Serbia was cited); and from the prime minister himself.

To have such an army will be another feather in the cap of Kosovo’s aims to consolidate its sovereign credentials and sever the umbilical cord with Belgrade.  The danger here, as ever, is how the ethnic Serbs, backed by their indignant patrons, will respond.  Haradinaj’s caper here is to claim that the forces will be “multi-ethnic, in service of its own citizens, in function of peace, alongside other regional armies, including the Serbian Army, in having partnership for peace.”  His officials also insist on a modest role for the new army, one dedicated to “search and rescue operations, explosive ordnance disposal, fire fighting and hazardous material disposal.”  Nothing, in short, to have kittens over.

Kosovo’s “Independence”: Dilemmas of NATO’s Aggression in 1999

The region is already suffering a form of legal schizophrenia, one designed by the legal and security arrangements more befitting an asylum than a functioning state.  Countries in Europe facing their own separatist dilemmas have been steadfast in not recognising Kosovo. Unsurprisingly, Spain is foremost amongst them.  In January, the Spanish foreign ministry expressed the view that Kosovo be kept out of any plans for Western Balkans enlargement.  “The concept of ‘WB6’ does not fit the enlargement dynamic. Kosovo is not part of the enlargement process and has its own differentiated framework.”

In reality, the Kosovar Albanians know they can count on much support within European ranks: the appetite for protecting Serbian interests was long lost during the Balkan Wars of the 1990s.  Lauded defenders became demonised butchers.  Kosovo assumed the form of a pet project, one to be nurtured by Western European and US interests under the fictional tent of humanitarianism.  Invariably, Serbia sought support from Russia and China, both of whom steadfastly rejected the 2008 declaration of independence from Serbia.

For Serbian president Aleksandar Vučić, speaking in Trstenik on Thursday,

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“Kosovo and Metohija is to us great torment, especially because of Pristina’s move and the announcement of the formation of an army, which is neither based on law nor on Resolution 1244.”

Serbia’s foreign minister, Ivica Daičić deemed the formation of any such army “the most direct threat to peace and stability in the region.”

Such instances are open invitations to violence. The Kosovo authorities are keen to wave the red flag; Serbian authorities risk running at it with frothing intensity. There is also a fear that this move has received conventional prodding, this time from the United States.

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“Everything Pristina is doing,” according to Vučić, “it is obviously doing with the support of the United States. They have no right under international legal document to form armed formations; to us, that’s illegal, and we will inform the public about further steps.”

The assertion is not without foundation.  United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 (1999) is clear that the guarantor of security in the region be KFOR.

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“Hence,” goes a statement from a spokesman for the UN Secretary General, “any restriction to the discharge by KFOR of its security responsibilities would be inconsistent with that resolution.”


But the bad behaviour of small entities such as Kosovo often takes place at the behest of greater powers, and US ambassador to Kosovo Philip Kosnett has openly stated that it was “only natural for Kosovo as a sovereign, independent country to have a self-defence capability.”

Lieutenant Colonel Sylejman Cakaj, who had cut his milk teeth on fighting Serbia as a commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) in 1999, seemed to have drunk a juice heavy with political overtones.

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“We are all seeing a geo-strategic changes in the world, towards the creation of a somewhat new world order.  I believe it is necessary that following the consolidation of its statehood, Kosovo has its army too… the one that we are entitled to as representatives of the people, to be in control of our country.”

The shudder amongst ethnic Serbs at such remarks is palpable, and the fear here is whether Belgrade will catch a terrible cold.

The response from NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg was more one of remorse than decisive anger.

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“I regret that the decision to initiate a change of the Kosovo Security Force mandate was made despite concerns expressed by NATO.”

The “level of NATO’s engagement with the Kosovo Security Force” would have to be re-examined.

While patriotic foolishness should never be discounted in any factor in the region, the Kosovo Albanians have been emboldened. The wait-and-see game about whether Serbian forces are deployed to protect Kosovar Serbs is afoot. As former Serbian military commander Nebojša Jović warned with thick ominousness,

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“What they (the Kosovo Albanians) should know from our history is that there was never a ‘small war’ in these territories. Every time there was a conflict in Serbia, Kosovo and Metohija, it turned into a war on a bigger scale and none of us here want this.”


Dr. Binoy Kampmark was a Commonwealth Scholar at Selwyn College, Cambridge.  He lectures at RMIT University, Melbourne. Email: bkampmark@gmail.com




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Serbia talks up armed intervention as Kosovo approves new army
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/dec/14/kosovo-to-create-army-in-defiance-of-serbia-and-nato


'Serbia has talked up the possibility of an armed intervention in Kosovo after the parliament in Pristina overwhelmingly approved the formation of an army.

Belgrade called the move the “most direct threat to peace and stability in the region”, while Nato’s chief said it was “ill-timed” and urged dialogue.

All present 107 politicians in the 120-seat Kosovan parliament voted in favour of passing three draft laws to expand an existing 4,000 Kosovo security force and turn it into a regular, lightly armed army. Ethnic Serb politicians boycotted the vote.

Serbia insists the new army violates a UN resolution that ended Kosovo’s 1998-99 war of independence. It has warned bluntly that it may respond with an armed intervention in the former province. The Serbian prime minister, Ana Brnabić, said this was “one of the options on the table”.

The president, Aleksandar Vučić, visited Serbian troops on the border with Kosovo on Friday. Nikola Selaković, an adviser to Vučić, said Serbia could send in armed forces or declare Kosovo an occupied territory. The foreign minister, Ivica Dačić, said Serbia would seek an urgent session of the United Nations security council over the issue.

In Serb-dominated northern Kosovo, the Serb leader Goran Rakić said the new army was “unacceptable” and “showed clearly that Pristina does not want peace.” Rakić urged Serbs in Kosovo to show “restraint and not respond to provocations”.

In a sign of defiance, Serbs in the north displayed Serbian flags on streets and balconies, while Nato-led peacekeepers were deployed on a bridge in the ethnically divided northern town of Mitrovica.

Russia’s foreign ministry denounced the Kosovan move and said the army must be disbanded.'


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I do not know where Guardian found the "information" that 'Serbia has talked up the possibility of an armed intervention in Kosovo after the parliament in Pristina overwhelmingly approved the formation of an army." I do not hear or read President of Serbia Vucic
said just "possibility" of that.

Vucic has requested an urgent UN Security Council meeting to discuss the creation of Kosovo's army, stating that it violates the spirit of dialogue between Pristina and Belgrade, but also puts western Balkan peace and security at risk. Russia has also condemned the move as a "gross violation of UN Security Council Resolution 1244" that could seriously aggravate the situation in the Balkans.
Vucic repeat for years. But...USA, UK, and EU demanding for years "Serbia mus recognize self-claimed Republic of Kosovo" or else...



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« Reply #264 on: Dec 29, 2018, 01:24:50 pm »
 

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NATO dictator M. Djukanovic expel more than 30 monks and priests of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC), Belgrade daily Vecernje Novosti writes.

SOURCE: VECERNJE NOVOSTI WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2018 | 11:13



Along with members of their families, this concerns about fifty citizens who work in that country.



The newspaper is reporting that under the guise of regulations on registration of residence, Podgorica is closing the door to Serbian citizens who, according to Montenegro's laws, do not fulfill the conditions to live and perform religious services there.

SPC's Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral say that all legal remedies have not been exhausted and that the battle for status is still ongoing.

Serbian Priest Velibor Dzomic told Vecernje Novosti that at the center of the new persecution are 30 monks, priests and members of their families who until this year had a properly regulated residence in Montenegro. But the Montenegrin Ministry of Internal Affairs decided not to extend this status to them.

"They have been forced to leave Montenegro until the end of the proceedings. Appeals have been lodged before the Administrative Court. In some cases they were rejected, while a part of the proceedings is still ongoing," Dzomic explained.

The problem with the residence of SPC members who were not born in Montenegro was laid bare in 2011, when the state closed its gates to a group of about 80 monks, nuns, priests of the SPC, and members of their families.

Behind the regulations on permanent or temporary stay in Europe's youngest country, permeates Montenegro's official policy which, by demanding the re-registration of the Metropolitanate of Montenegro...and the Littoral, does not accept the SPC as a full-fledged domestic religious community.

With the argument that in Montenegro, it was the Church that created the state, and is therefore naturally older that the state, the Metropolitanate has not been registered before the state organs to this day.

https://www.b92.net/eng/news/region.php?yyyy=2018&mm=12&dd=26&nav_id=105845



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« Reply #265 on: Jan 02, 2019, 12:25:47 pm »
 

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Russian President Putin in Serbia this month:

President Vucic`s minister lies  "Putin loves Vucic and Serbia".
Opposition leader and former President of UN Gen. Assembly V. Jeremic : "Putin loves Serbia not their authorities".


https://www.b92.net/eng/news/politics.php?yyyy=2019&mm=01&dd=02&nav_id=105900



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« Reply #266 on: Jan 04, 2019, 01:41:24 pm »
 

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"Serb Republic will break away from Bosnia"   :)

The Serb Republic (RS) will separate from Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH), above all because Serbs are extremely dissatisfied with the common life.
Source: NIN,* Thursday, January 3, 2019 | 15:33


Former British diplomat Timothy Less told this to Belgrade weekly NIN in an interview.

"They feel that their security is threatened by Sarajevo's policy and are deeply hurt by the imposed decisions, especially during the administration of (international representative) Paddy Ashdown, which further separated them from BiH," Less, who heads the Nova Europa consultancy, said.

According to him, the second reason is a change in the international environment.

"In the past 20 years, the West has had superiority over Bosnia and kept all options closed, which means that even if the Bosnian Serbs wanted to distance themselves from Sarajevo, they were not allowed to. Today the European Union faces a deterioration and a minimal impact in Bosnia because it is not planning to expand," Less is quoted as saying.

His conclusion is that the US interest in the Balkans is now diminishing, which creates a situation where the Bosnian Serbs have the opportunity to push their idea of ​​separation.

"Until recently, the EU was a regional policeman, who took over that responsibility in the last decade from the United States. The way in which the EU forced on the implementation of certain policies was driven by the pretext of membership. In other words, the EU offered the region a chance to join this organization if it buried national frustrations. In a sense, that has been accomplished," Less said.

He assessed that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic is working to reach a compromise with Pristina, and is calming the Bosnian Serbs, mostly because he wants EU membership.

However, Less said, that phase of history is now over.

"The EU is in a state of irreversible decline, so the membership offer has been withdrawn. The EU has little to offer to this region except money, so it has no authority," Less said.

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"Serb Republic will break away from Bosnia"   :)

The Serb Republic (RS) will separate from Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH), above all because Serbs are extremely dissatisfied with the common life.
Source: NIN,* Thursday, January 3, 2019 | 15:33


Former British diplomat Timothy Less told this to Belgrade weekly NIN in an interview.

"They feel that their security is threatened by Sarajevo's policy and are deeply hurt by the imposed decisions, especially during the administration of (international representative) Paddy Ashdown, which further separated them from BiH," Less, who heads the Nova Europa consultancy, said.

According to him, the second reason is a change in the international environment.

"In the past 20 years, the West has had superiority over Bosnia and kept all options closed, which means that even if the Bosnian Serbs wanted to distance themselves from Sarajevo, they were not allowed to. Today the European Union faces a deterioration and a minimal impact in Bosnia because it is not planning to expand," Less is quoted as saying.

His conclusion is that the US interest in the Balkans is now diminishing, which creates a situation where the Bosnian Serbs have the opportunity to push their idea of ​​separation.

"Until recently, the EU was a regional policeman, who took over that responsibility in the last decade from the United States. The way in which the EU forced on the implementation of certain policies was driven by the pretext of membership. In other words, the EU offered the region a chance to join this organization if it buried national frustrations. In a sense, that has been accomplished," Less said.

He assessed that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic is working to reach a compromise with Pristina, and is calming the Bosnian Serbs, mostly because he wants EU membership.

However, Less said, that phase of history is now over.

"The EU is in a state of irreversible decline, so the membership offer has been withdrawn. The EU has little to offer to this region except money, so it has no authority," Less said.

*NIN are weakly anti-patriot/lybtard newspapers in Serbia



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Paddy Ashdown (illuminati MI6) died 22 Dec 2018
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Paddy Ashdown (illuminati MI6) died 22 Dec 2018
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paddy_Ashdown



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I know. You wrote that Ashdown work MI6. I do not understand how British LORD could work for MI6  ???



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I know. You wrote that Ashdown work MI6. I do not understand how British LORD could work for MI6  ???



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Everybody knew he was ex-Army....
Press and Media kept real quiet that he was Diplomat & MI6 Secret Service.



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Serbian president Vucic: We need to reach compromise

"It is true that in Kosovo and Metohija not everything is Albanian, and not everything is Serbian, and the truth is that we have to reach a compromise."
Source: Tanjug Thursday, January 3, 2019 | 10:10



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Yesterday was held in its capital, Banja Luka ceremony and police parade on the occasion of 9 January - Day of the Republic of Srpska (Entity in Bosnia and Herzegovina).

https://www.bl-portal.com/rs-i-fbih/foto-u-banjaluci-odrzan-svecani-defile-povodom-dana-rs/

The ceremony was organized by the Government of the RS because on 9 January 1992 in Sarajevo, legal and legitimate representatives of the Bosnian Serbs, on a proposal of Dr. Radovan Karadzic issued the Declaration about the "Republic of the Serbian Nation in Bosnia and Herzegovina".

Serbian representatives have also won the Declaration on the holiday of the Serbian Orthodox Church - Saint Stephen First Martyr.



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The Parliament in Skoplje change Constitution to be a members of NATO and EU. They CHANGE the name of his country !
REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA TO REPUBLIC OF NORTH MACEDONIA !! :D

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/01/11/macedonia-paves-way-eu-membership-agreeing-north-macedonia-name/



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Happy new year  :)



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Happy New Year

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