Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic recently stated that the demarcation with Kosovo was an official proposal by Serbia to resolve the Kosovo issue in a dialogue with the Albanian side, but that it was not yet determined where the line of demarcation would be. The Albanian side has not yet responded, since there is currently no dialogue. Serbian Foreign Minister also said that the United States are deeply concerned to find a compromise and a lasting solution in Kosovo. “Washington is most interested in continuing the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, more than United Kingdom and Germany,” Dacic stated, adding that the US has the stance that Serbia must recognize Kosovo’s independence.” This statement caused a storm in the Serbian public.
Minister without portfolio Nenad Popović in response to the statement of Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said to Sputnik that the only state policy on Kosovo is a compromise with the Albanians within Serbian Constitution and Resolution 1244″. Popovic also added “In addition to reaching a compromise within the Constitution of Serbia and Resolution 1244, the Government of Serbia has never established any other policy. I am in favor of such a policy and I took the oath as a minister to keep Kosovo as an integral part of the territory of Serbia.”
Serbian Foreign Affairs Minister Ivica Dacic assessed Popovic’s statement as scandalous.”I can not understand that someone is sitting in the government, somebody who was been elected to Parliament on the list of Aleksandar Vucic … Well, you know when Nenad Popovic would otherwise entered in the Parliament? I would watch him from Moscow on the postcard”, said Dacic. The head of Serbian diplomacy also added that Popovic’s statements against the idea of demarcation are given “from Moscow, convinced that he knows what Moscow thinks about it”.
“He has no idea that five years ago, Putin agreed with this proposal,” said Dacic for television ‘Pink’.
“President Vucic and I personally spoke to Putin about this,” Dacic concluded.
Minister Dacic pointed out that talks on the final solution of the Kosovo problem are still far away, that Serbia’s policy should be dialogue and compromise, but that such a policy requires state unity.
However, despite the fact that the Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs is trying to present to the public that Russia supports the idea of demarcation, facts deny him. Russian President Vladimir Putin said in Belgrade, in January, that Russia’s position on Kosovo is clear – Moscow is in favor of a mutually acceptable solution of Belgrade and Pristina, but based on UN Resolution 1244. At a joint press conference with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, president Putin said that Russia, like Serbia, is interested in ensuring that the situation in the Balkans is stable and safe. “The Kosovo authorities have taken some provocative actions that have further worsened the situation,” president Putin pointed out as an example of Pristina’s decision to form “Kosovo Army”, which is a violation of Resolution 1244.
He also recalled that Resolution 1244 foresees that a certain number of Serb policemen and border guards should be on the territory of Kosovo.
“Where are they?” president Putin asked, pointing out that international law must be respected much more.
And while Russia thinks how to try to implement UN Security Council Resolution 1244, statements by the Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs are fully compliant with the views of Albania. Let’s remind that the Prime Minister of Albania, Edi Rama, recently in an interview with Albanian television Vision Plus condemned all opponents of the idea of “correcting” the borders of Kosovo and called the southern part of Serbia “part of Albania”.
“What is it that we are discussing with Greece today? The border. What did Kosovo and Montenegro discuss and achieve? The border. Why is it that the border between Kosovo and Serbia should not be discussed? It will surely be discussed you like it or not. A demarcation process will take place in this case too,” Rama said, putting Greece in the same position as the Western Balkan countries with open border issues. “For me, Kosovo is part of Albania. Other issues must be set up for Ramush Haradinaj,” Rama said commenting on the recent statement by Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj that Tirana interferes with Prishtina’s internal affairs. Edi Rama once again reiterated the ultimate goal of unifying Kosovo with Albania, calling it “Plan A” and stressing that two members in his government from Kosovo are there to convey that message. “The Union between Albania and Kosovo is not Plan B, but Plan A and I in the 21st century do not imagine this union as a folklore act,” Rama said. On this scandalous statement by the Albanian prime minister, a response from Moscow soon arrived. At a regular press briefing, Maria Zakharova said that Russia can not remain without comment on the statement of the Albanian prime minister that “Kosovo is part of Albania” and that the unification of Kosovo and Albania is not “Plan B” but “Plan A”. She added that “Russia considers such rhetoric absolutely unacceptable”. As she pointed out, this is a matter of reaching for the territory of Serbia and the status of the Autonomous Province of Kosovo. Unlike Russia, Serbia did not protest, which sufficiently speaks of the state of Serbia today.
What kind of politics leads Serbia towards the Albanian issue in tandem Vucic- Dacic, is best seen in Munich at the security conference. Panel discussion on Kosovo at the conference on security in Munich showed all the incompetence of national and state policy of Aleksandar Vucic towards Kosovo. In Munich we have heard from the President of Serbia that he personally dismantled the institutions of the Serbian state in Kosovo, the police, the judiciary and the telecommunications. And that in return, nothing was gained, and if the Albanians under the Brussels agreement were obligated to establish the Community of Serb Municipalities. Hashim Thaci, the president of the self-proclaimed Republic of Kosovo, responded to Serbian president that the Community of Serb Municipalities could not be founded, as it is contrary to the Constitution of Kosovo. This very statement of Thaci shows how much Serbia today is a weak state. Because the Serbian President publicly acknowledges that he has violated the Constitution, while the President of the self-proclaimed Kosovo clearly states that he will not violate the Constitution of Kosovo.
Also, the main demand of the President of Serbia towards Kosovo, and that’s what he pointed out on panel discussion in Munich, is that Kosovo abolish customs, that is, the ban on the import of Serbian products. However, the ban on the import of Serbian products imposed by Pristina do not jeopardize the Serb population in northern Kosovo, since the goods go there bypassing their services. Customs are not the main issue that concerns the Serbs in Kosovo. The main issue is, first of all, the formation of the Kosovo Army. As a condition for expanding the dialogue with Pristina, Vucic is seeking the abolition of customs, but not the abolition of the decision to form the Kosovo army.
The demarcation between Serbia and Kosovo, that is promoted by Serbian government, essentially implies that a large part of the serbian territory will be taken away from Serbia, which will result in the creation of Greater Albania and Kosovo’s entry into NATO. The borders have already been drawn, the work was led by Aleksandar Vucic and Hasim Taci, about which, many European and regional media wrote. If the demarcation plan of Aleksandar Vucic and Ivica Dacic is implemented, the consequences will be disastrous for Serbia. After this “split”, tens of thousands of Serbs south of the Ibar River would leave their homes because they would not want to live in the Albanian state. That would mean another exodus of Serbs. By creating a Mitrovica district that would be in an “independent Kosovo” and by merging southern and northern Mitrovica, Serbs would neither have a hospital nor their own university because they would be under the jurisdiction of Pristina. For this reason, not only Serbs south of the Ibar River will go, but also those from the north of Kosovo. With this agreement, the Serbian government would be a direct accomplice in the disappearance of Serbs from Kosovo.
With the demarcation with Kosovo, Serbia would also question its survival. There are already pro-European movements in the northern Serbian province of Vojvodina that have secessionist intentions. Last week, League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina submitted to the Serbian Assembly a proposal for a resolution, but also the draft law on financing of Vojvodina in order to change the Constitution, and that the province receive “full autonomy” and even the Tax Administration. Also in Raska oblast, known as Sandzak, local Muslims already emphasize secessionist intentions. At the end of 2018, during the celebration of victory of his “Self-Determination” list for the Bosniak National Council (BNV), Sulejman Ugljanin said he was pleased that with more political options he would win “this monster, the fascist creation of the Serbian state”. He told the crowd that the Bosniaks had not yet resolved their status, while supporters of the Bosniak National Council interrupted his address several times, crying out: “Sandžak Republic“.
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Strong support of president Putin to Serbia
Serbia was visited on June 3 by the first man of Russian Duma and one of the closest associates of the Russian President Vladimir Putin. The arrival of Vyacheslav Volodin in Belgrade just a few days after the brutal intrusion of Albanian special forces in the north of Kosovo and amid strong pressure on Serbia ahead of the announced meetings in Paris in early July, sends a clear message. That message could be heard at a special session of the Serbian National Assembly:
“Brotherly Serbian people, as always, can count on Russia’s help!”
This statement of Vyacheslav Volodin is extremely important because this was a message of Vladimir Putin to the Serbian people. As Vyacheslav Volodin pointed out, Vladimir Putin knew that he would speak in the Serbian parliament, so he personally sent greetings and words of support to Serbian people.
During the visit to Serbia, the Russian official praised Serbia`s economic improvement, adding that success is even greater since it has been achieved in dificult geopolitical circumstances. Vyacheslav Volodin, stated in Belgrade that the “intrusion“ of Kosovo`s special forces into the north of Kosovo was aimed at frightening the Serbs, establishing control there by force, adding that the Serbs could count on Russian help in future.
Also Volodin said that the UN Security Council Resolution 1244 should be respected. He stressed that Russia will not support the moves of the EU and the United States, that would lead to tensions.
“We believe that all parties must respect Resolution 1244, and those who do not, must be responsible. The interests of sovereign Serbia must be respected in accordance with international law,” Volodin said.
„The UN should express its stand. Its authority and also peace in the Balkans depend on its determination and concrete moves,“ Volodin also stated in Serbia`s Parliament. He criticised the European Union and US behaviour and added that „the absence of clear EU reaction to Pristina`s provocations raises doubt the bloc is capable to mediate in the Belgrade – Pristina dialogue on normalisation of relations. Volodin said that some states adopted a practise of double standards and openly interfere with the internal issues of other states.
“ We think that is unacceptable. It is necessary to confront that if we want to preserve our nation, country, its sovereignty and independence,“ Volodin said, mentioning Libya and Iraq as examples.
Speaking about the relation between the two nations, he said that the Russians, always felt they were obliged to help and protect the Serbs. Later, Volodin had a meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and invited him to address Duma, next time when he visit Moscow.
Vucic accepted, saying it would be a great honor for him to talk about the relations between Serbia and Russia in front of Duma members.
Volodin also announced that Free Trade Agreement between the Eurasian Economic Union and Serbia can be signed by the end of the year. Currently, more than 800 companies with Russian capital operate in the territory of Serbia.
The message of Vyacheslav Volodin about Kosovo is in line with the message that President Vladimir Putin has been repeating for years. The views of the President of Russia on the issue of Kosovo are not changing since the beginning of the crisis:
– February 2008 – The case of Kosovo is a terrible precedent that essentially breaks out the entire system of international relations, which was created not for decades, but for centuries.
– May 2018. – Vucic asked Putin to help Serbia in the UN and other international organizations, on what was answered that Moscow will actively monitor the talks between Belgrade and Pristina and the influence of various parameters on that issue.
– January 2019 – Moscow is in favor of a mutually acceptable solution of Belgrade and Pristina, but based on UN Resolution 1244.
– January 2019 – Resolution 1244 does not allow the existence of any armed formations in Kosovo other than the United Nations contingent.
However, despite the clear position of Russia on Kosovo, Serbian President takes a different policy. The goal of Aleksandar Vucic is the “demarcation” between Serbs and Albanians. And for a long time he has been secretly negotiating with the President of the self-proclaimed Kosovo Hashim Thaci. And, so far Vucic’s policy towards Kosovo has been catastrophic and has caused great damage to Serbian national interests.
By signing Brussels agreements, Vucic destroyed the defense of northern Kosovo, giving police and civil protection to Pristina. This denied the right of Serbs to self-defense, and he himself is not able to protect them. Recent events in the north of Kosovo, especially in Zubin Potok, are the direct result of the capitulation of the national and state policy of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic towards Kosovo. Vucic aim is to force the Serbian people to accept an independent Kosovo. After recognition of Kosovo, Serbia would accelerate its full membership in NATO. Already today some associates of Aleksandar Vucic say that Serbia is surrounded by NATO, and that Serbia must adjust its policy according to the situation. If that were to happen it would be another geopolitical blow to Russia, which would be completely cut off from the Baltic to the Adriatic and the Black Sea. Therefore, NATO could further increase pressure on Russia.
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Candidates for European Commission President: Who is who
The race for President of the European Commission has got under way. According to the rules which are questioned by many in the European Union but have so far enjoyed majority support in the European Parliament, the new head of the “executive branch” of the European Union will be elected from among the “top candidates” (Spitzenkandidat) – those nominated by European parties which have factions in the European Parliament. A candidate will finally become President of the European Commission after he receives support from EU leaders in the European Council (the Council is currently headed by former Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, known for his paranoic attitude towards Russia) – this procedure should be over in June. A formal approval by the European Parliament should come next.
So who has the biggest chances and what are the political platforms of potential winners?
Judging by arithmetics, the leader of the European People’s Party (former Democratic Christians) faction in the European Parliament, Manfred Weber, is in the lead. His faction remains the largest, albeit smaller in number than before, in Parliament – 180 members. A Bavarian, Weber is 46 years old, and is considered to have been promoted by German Chancellor Angela Merkel. He seems to be at odds with his patroness Merkel, who supports the Nord Stream – 2 project. Last year he spoke out strongly against this project, which envisages the transportation of Russian gas to Western Europe across the bottom of the Baltic Sea: “I am against this project. It does not meet the interests of the European Union,” – he said on April 23, 2018, in an interview with the Polska Times newspaper which was quickly picked up by news agencies.
However, analysts do not rule out a certain discrepancy of conduct on the part of Merkel, who continue to support Weber’s candidacy even after the above statement. Apparently, Merkel has no intention of becoming the one responsible for “burying” the Nord Stream, which is so profitable for the German business. However, if this project is ruined by the head of the European Commission nominated by her, she will be able to get out of it safe. She would explain such a result by a “clash of opinions that is natural for democracy”. Nord Stream-2 is the only project which the United States doesn’t approve but which Merkel supports in words. (Normally, in matters of principle, Angela Merkel does not tolerate any differences of opinion within the ruling team in the Federal Republic of Germany.)
However, as remarked by the EU Observer website, close to the Brussels-based globalist elite, Merkel may refuse to back Weber at the last moment – two Germans will not be allowed to occupy the two key positions in the EU – head of the European Commission and chairman of the European Central Bank. Moreover, Merkel wants to put Jens Weidman, the current head of the Central Bank of Germany, in charge of the European Central Bank.
The second most likely candidate is Margrethe Vestager of the Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE) party. The party’s faction, which has 109 members after the elections, is the third most powerful and is known for its anti-Russian position. The leader of the ALDE faction, Belgian Guy Verhofstadt, who is officially the main “spin doctor” of Mrs. Vestager, made a statement unacceptable from the diplomatic point of view on the global Internet resource Project Syndicate before the recent elections to the European Parliament. He accused his colleagues in the European Parliament – representatives of a number of sovereign European countries (Italy, Great Britain, Hungary) – of being the “fifth column” of Russia in the EU. He said: “Just like the illiberalism of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, the partnership between the European right and Vladimir Putin has been going on for too long.”
Vestager is the European Commissioner for Competition, who has been dubbed “Tax Lady” by President Trump, for her relentless pursuit of alleged monopolies in Europe. Simultaneously, Vestager calls for the extension of sanctions against Russia and for measures against Russian “energy monopolies” in Europe (what is implied by these words is easy to guess – the long demonized by European mass media Gazprom). For these views, Mrs. Vestager is openly admired by the British magazine The Economist, which came out on May 28, 2019 with the headline: “The Iron Lady of Politics from Denmark should lead the European Commission.”
Nevertheless, even Mrs. Vestager’s admirers admit in this issue of the magazine, as well as in other European media that she is unpopular in her home country, in Denmark. At home, Vestager’s candidacy for the highest post in the European Commission was publicly supported only by the leader of a “related” party – the head of the Danish Liberals Lars Lokke Rasmussen. Even Liberals and Social Democrats acknowledge that the EU was unable to protect Denmark from illegal migration, so since 2016, Copenhagen has maintained “temporary” control on the border with countries of the Schengen zone. Naturally, a lady representing the “ineffective” EU is unlikely to be loved at home.
Nevertheless, the structure of the current European Union does not require politicians to be popular at home in order to get a high-powered and financially attractive job in the European Commission. What presents interest in this regard is the opinion of Marlene Vind, a professor at the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen: “The head of the European Council, Donald Tusk, just recently pointed out the need for gender balance in the EU, and this is a strong support for Vestager,” – Wind says. “Besides, you can be 100% sure that not a single Danish prime minister will say no if EU leaders offer a Danish woman such an important position in the EU.”
The third likely candidate with strong chances for success is Dutch Social Democrat, France Timmermans. A representative of the Labor Party of the Netherlands,former foreign minister of the Netherlands, and at present the first vice-president of the European Commission, he is known for his initiatives on sanctions against the Polish “retrogrades” from the “Law and Justice” Party. Timmermans can count on the support of 146 MPs from the Socialists and Democrats. In the early 1990s, he worked at the Dutch Embassy in Moscow, disseminating the “light of democracy” in Russia. Afterward he represented the Netherlands during an inquiry into the crash of the MH-17 aircraft over the Donetsk region in 2014.
From a foreign policy point of view, Timmermans represents the most exotic ideological trend in the European Union – he is dreading an “union of Putin and Trump,” which, along with the “rise of nationalist forces in Europe,” could destroy the EU.
In February 2017, already holding the post of European Commissioner Timmermans declared: “We are witnessing a hybrid war, we see it in Ukraine. Will the Baltic countries be next? We bear witness to the return of the threat of a nuclear war. …. And just imagine the Cuban missile crisis played out on Twitter between Presidents Trump and Putin,” – Timmermans said, addressing the Future Force conference. It is unlikely that anyone could have imagined it, but we could attribute it to the speaker’s wild fantasy.
The reverse of Timmermans’paranoic attitude towards Russia is the praise of the European Union, which he glorifies as a kind of unique “ecosystem” of the most civilized and peaceful nations of the planet. Probably, Mr. Timmermans forgot the “civilized” destruction of Yugoslavia by the “peaceful nations” of Europe.
This blend of “green” demagogy and the new “democratic” racism of the forces that won in the last Euro elections (they say Western Europeans are above other nations thanks to “exclusively” European democratic institutions) is an ideology that is totally hostile to Russia.
The other candidates – Frenchman Michel Barnier, Czech Jan Zahradil and “green” German Ska Keller – have few chances due to lack of strong factions in the European Parliament.
As it happens, in its relations with the EU Russia should not expect Brussels to change its position in the near future. But, as they say, eternity in politics does not last long.
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Tensions in Kosovo: Russia closely monitors the situation
Police of self proclaimed state of Kosovo launched raids in the early hours of Tuesday morning in the Serbs-majority north of Kosovo, sparking an angry reaction from Serbs.
More than twenty people have been arrested so far. Among those arrested is the chief of police of the village of Zubin Potok. A Kosovo police officer was wounded by a gunshot during the operation, but is not in danger of losing life. Two other officers were also injured, according to doctors in North Mitrovica.
Kosovo Police said that in Zubin Potok(north Kosovo), barricades were set up and tyres set on fire to deter police officers. Kosovo police also stated that the operation was launched to detain suspects who have allegedly been participating in or organizing criminal groups and have been involved in the smuggling of goods, misuse of official positions, bribery and trading in contraband. According to information the operation has nothing to do with the murder of Enver Zymberi, a policeman who was killed in the north of Kosovo eight years ago, nor with the investigation into the death of Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic, who was murdered in 2018.
The head of the Serbian government’s office for Kosovo, Marko Djuric, said on Tuesday morning that the goal was to cause fear and panic.
“This morning, around 6am, special units of the ROSU (Regional Operational Support Unit) stormed in from three directions into the north of Kosovo, into the territory of all four (Serb majority) municipalities, with the aim of intimidating and provoking panic”, Djuric told Tanjug agency. He said that “separatists from Pristina have reached for more terrifying methods to scare Serbs” and want to “create an impossible climate for Serbs in Kosovo”. Meanwhile, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and the Interior Ministry ordered the Serbian Army to be put on full combat readiness, Tanjug reported. Tanjug also reported that Vucic launched “intensive diplomatic activities” over the raids.
“The president asked Western political authorities to control Pristina and let them know Serbia will not allow ethnic cleansing”, Tanjug said.
A Russian diplomat was also arrested. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia has stated that is unacceptable to arrest a Russia citizen in Kosovo, asking the UN mission in Kosovo for comprehensive information on his arrest and his release.
“The arrest was carried out regardless of the fact that Russian citizen has diplomatic immunity of UN staff. We consider this to be an unacceptable act as another manifestation of the provocation of the Kosovo-Albanian authorities, stated Maria Zakharova, the official spokesman of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.The Russian diplomat was released after the protest of Russian Government. However, according to unconfirmed information, he was beaten by the Kosovo Police.
The Russian State Duma instructed its Committee on International Affairs to closely monitor the situation in Serbia because of the intensification of the situation in Kosovo . On the occasion of the incidents in Kosovo, the Russian ambassador to Serbia Alexander Chepurin spoke.
“We strongly condemn the incursion of Kosovo Special Forces in Kosovo-Serb-populated areas. This is extremely dangerous and it’s not in line with all existing agreements, “said Chepurin on Twitter.
The Serbian Armed Forces are in fully combat readiness, and according to the information, its movement under full military equipment was also observed. Serbian combat jet Mig 29 flies over an administrative line with Kosovo.
“If there is any threat to order and the life of people in northern Kosovo, our army will protect our people,” stated Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic.
Russia is monitoring the situation in Kosovo and is ready to provide support to Serbia. The arrest and beating of Russian citizen Mikhail Krasnoshchekov, which is a member of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo, is actually a message to Russia by the West. As stated by the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, the incursion of special forces is another provocation and the establishment of control over the region by force:
” It is clear that such defiant behavior of Kosovars is a direct consequence of many years indulging from EU and the Uited States”,- stated Maria Zakharova.
However, an important role also has Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic. At yesterday’s session in the Serbian Parliament, the President of Serbia, as the basic message to the Serbian people, said that Serbia should accept independent Kosovo. In other words, Vucic is still fighting for demarcation, after which a small part of Kosovo would be left to Serbia. Otherwise, in his opinion, the Albanians will attack the Serbs in Kosovo. The defeatist attitude of the President of Serbia practically encouraged the Albanian separatists to take such a move which we can see today. It is precisely on the issue of Alexander Vucic’s policy towards Kosovo that Russia should take a stronger position. The Russian Foreign Ministry regularly repeats that for Russia the solution of the Kosovo problem is UN Resolution 1244. And this is the correct policy, which is in line with the Russian and Serbian national interests. However, Aleksandar Vucic, contrary to the will of the citizens of Serbia is pursuing his policy towards Kosovo.
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