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          Mogerini: Sporazum Beograda i Prištine mora da prođe Savet bezbednosti UN      Cache   Translate Page      
Šefica diplomatije EU Federika Mogerini izjavila je danas u Njujorku da je za nastavak dijaloga Beograda i Prištine neophodno da Kosovo ukine tarife i poručila da finalni sporazum mora biti u skladu sa međunarodnim pravom, ali i dobiti podršku Saveta bezbednosti UN. "Vaša uloga jeste i biće [...]
          Turci musí zemřít, vykřikl Kurd a ubodal ve Vratislavi tureckého studenta      Cache   Translate Page      
V polské Vratislavi v sobotu zemřel turecký student poté, co jej ubodal mladý Kurd. Ten podle médií sympatizuje se zakázanou Kurdskou stranou pracujících (PKK) a před útokem vyhlásil smrt Turkům. Zda se oba muži znali, zatím není jasné. Útočníkovi nyní hrozí doživotí.
          NATO’s aggression against Serbia was aimed at tearing Kosovo away, minister says      Cache   Translate Page      
Over 90% of Serbian citizens oppose the country’s accession to the North Atlantic Alliance, Minister for Innovation and Technological Development Nenad Popovic said
          TAKSE KAO IZMIŠLJENI MANEVAR PROTIV SRBIJE: “Istog dana kad ukinu takse odmah ću sazvati sastanak”      Cache   Translate Page      
Šefica diplomatije EU Federika Mogerini izjavila je u Njujorku da je za nastavak dijaloga Beograda i Prištine neophodno da Kosovo ukine tarifa. Ona je poručila da finalni sporazum mora biti u skladu sa međunarodnim pravom, ali i dobiti podršku Saveta bezbednosti UN. “Vaša uloga jeste i biće ključna, a mi smo spremni, i ja lično, […]
          Srpski klubovi ne mogu na Kosovo bez dozvole      Cache   Translate Page      
Predsednik Košarkaškog saveza Kosova Arben Fetahu izjavio je da je za ulazak bilo kog srpskog kluba na tu teritoriju potrebna odgovarajuća dozvola.
          Odg: Жута патка,крваве кошуље,1 од 5 милиона,ко зна шта...      Cache   Translate Page      
Ma ne mislim samo na to, nego celokupna situacija u vezi sa Kosovom.
          Borrell viaja a Serbia en plena tensión con Kosovo por la imposición de aranceles a productos serbios      Cache   Translate Page      
El ministro de Asuntos Exteriores, UE y Cooperación, Josep Borrell, se reunirá este miércoles en Belgrado con las autoridades serbias, durante un viaje que se produce en pleno aumento de la tensión entre este país y el vecino Kosovo --al que no reconocen ni España ni Serbia-- por la decisión de éste de gravar al cien por cien los productos serbios.
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Drame (01h38min) - 1999, alors que la Serbie est bombardée par l’OTAN, Vlada travaille comme chauffeur de poids lourds. Dans son camion, il transporte un mystérieux chargement du Kosovo jusqu’à Belgrade et traverse un territoire marqué par la guerre. Lorsque sa tâche sera terminée, il devra rentrer chez lui et vivre avec les conséquences de ses actes.

Un film de Ognjen Glavonic
Avec Leon Lucev, Pavle Cemerikic, Tamara Krcunovic, Ivan Lucev, Igor Bencina

Presse : 3 - Spectateurs : 2.5

>> Fiche complète du film | Séances des 18 cinémas | Bandes-annonces | Photos | sur AlloCiné


          Drecun: Pozicija Srbije će biti ojačana zbog toga što bi sporazum morao da ratifikuje SB UN      Cache   Translate Page      
Predsednik skupštinskog Odbora za Kosovo i Metohiju Milovan Drecun ocenio je danas da je najava visoke predstavnice Evropske unije Federike Mogerini da bi sporazum Beograda i Prištine morao biti ratifikovan u Savetu bezbednosti (SB) Ujedinjenih nacija dobra, jer će ojačati poziciju Srbije u [...]
          Predsednik DSS-a Miloš Jovanović podneo tužbu protiv Marka Đurića      Cache   Translate Page      
Predsednik Demokratske stranke Srbije (DSS) Miloš Jovanović podneo je danas u Prvom osnovnom sudu tužbu protiv direktora Kancelarije za Kosovo i Metohiju Marka Djurića zbog njegove izjave u emisiji "Upitnik" na RTS-u da je "ukrao dva stana na Vračaru". Jovanović je novinarima rekao da je [...]
          Korać: Jeremić uvek govori "Vučić je izdao Kosovo", a uopšte nije jasno šta pod tim podrazumeva      Cache   Translate Page      
BEOGRAD - Nekadašnji potpredsednik Vlade Zorana Đinđića, Žarko Korać, izjavio je da predsednik Narodne stranke Vuk Jeremić ne bira sredstva da dođe na vlast, dok se predsednik Srbije Aleksandar Vučić za to vreme bori da se reši pitanje Kosova, piše Kurir. Korać je u emisiji [...]
          Drecun: Srbija ne bi ostavila svoj narod na nemilost Prištini      Cache   Translate Page      
Predsednik skupštinskog Odbora za Kosovo i Metohiju Milovan Drecun rekao je za RTS da u slučaju da na Kosmetu dođe do masovnog nasilja, a da Kfor ne može ili neće da deluje, Srbija ne bi ostavila svoj narod na nemilost. Gostujući u Dnevniku RTS-a, Drecun je ocenio izjavu šefice diplomatije EU [...]
          Expert urges UN's remedies on lead poisoning victims      Cache   Translate Page      

PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) - A human rights expert has urged the United Nations to take "immediate action" to provide justice and remedies to displaced minority communities in Kosovo who were sheltered on lead-contaminated wasteland.

Baskut Tuncak, a U.N.-appointed expert on the human rights implications of toxic substances, said on Wednesday ...

          Белград заплаши НАТО – ще се намесим, ако нападнете сърбите в Косово      Cache   Translate Page      
Министърът на външните работи на Сърбия Ивица Дачич разкри, че официален Белград е предупредил НАТО, че ще реагира в случай на нападение срещу сръбската общност в Косово, съобщава македонското електронно издание МКД.
          Прояра, или кукурузные штучки      Cache   Translate Page      
Блюда балканской кухни привлекают тем, что довольно просты, вкусны и не требуют больших вложений. Плюс сама по себе заманчива возможность попробовать создать что-то новенькое из знакомых ингредиентов.
Прояра, или кукурузные штучки

          Marc Garneau set to update Ottawa’s position on Boeing 737 Max 8 planes      Cache   Translate Page      

Transport Minister Marc Garneau is set to update Ottawa’s position on the Boeing 737 Max 8, the aircraft that crashed in Ethiopia, and whether Canada will fall in line with other nations that have grounded the planes.

Garneau is scheduled to address Canada’s plan and safety concerns regarding the Max 8 at 11 a.m., but it’s not yet clear whether he will impose similar restrictions on the aircraft.

The update comes after Toronto-based Sunwing Airlines announced late Tuesday that it is temporarily grounding its four Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft in the wake of the crash in Addis Ababa that killed all 157 people on board, including 18 Canadians.

Sunwing says it made the decision for “evolving commercial reasons” unrelated to safety, including airspace restrictions being imposed in other countries.

Garneau is facing an escalating dilemma over the aircraft, which is being grounded or banned by a growing number of countries after the accident that some experts have said has parallels to a Lion Air crash of the same model of aircraft in Indonesia that killed 189 people last October.

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Garneau said Tuesday that he has no plans to ground Canada’s fleet of the Max 8 aircraft, but that “all options are on the table.”

Lebanon and Kosovo barred the aircraft from their airspace today, and Norwegian Air Shuttles said it would seek compensation from Boeing after grounding its fleet. Egypt banned the operation of the aircraft.

The U.S.-based Boeing has said it has no reason to pull the popular aircraft from the skies and does not intend to issue new recommendations about the aircraft to customers.

Earlier Tuesday, authorities from more than half a dozen countries and regulators, including the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), announced grounding orders or airspace bans on the aircraft.

By Tuesday evening, dozens of airlines had grounded the Max 8, leaving the majority of the nearly 390 Max 8s currently in service around the world confined to the hangar.

Air Canada, along with Southwest and American Airlines, are the major outliers.

Air Canada has 24 Max 8 aircraft, which it uses mainly for domestic and U.S. routes, while Calgary-based WestJet Airlines Ltd. has 13 Max 8s.


          U.N. Is Rebuked by Own Expert for Neglecting Kosovo Poisoning Victims      Cache   Translate Page      
Baskut Tuncak, a specialist on toxic waste cases, said the body’s integrity was at risk over its failure to compensate Roma families sickened in its camps.
          The Battle for the Future of U.S. Foreign Policy Has Begun      Cache   Translate Page      

Ted Galen Carpenter

There are signs of growing congressional inconsistency, if not incoherence, regarding the authority of the president in foreign affairs. The legislature seeks to interfere on issues that are the president’s responsibility while still failing to fulfill its own constitutionally mandated responsibility regarding the war power.

An incident of misplaced assertiveness took place in January when the House of Representatives passed the NATO Support Act prohibiting the executive branch from using any funds to facilitate U.S. withdrawal from the Alliance in any way. The legislation appears to bar a drawdown of U.S. troop levels in Europe and any effort to terminate U.S. membership in NATO.

Enacting the legislation seemed weirdly premature. President Donald Trump has not even taken any substantive actions that might diminish U.S. participation in NATO affairs. He has merely criticized the allies for their lack of burden-sharing in the collective defense effort and (correctly) suggested that NATO itself might be “obsolete” given how much the European and global security environments have changed since the Alliance’s birth at the dawn of the Cold War against the Soviet Union.

The constitutionality of such restrictions also is highly suspect. The Constitution makes the president the steward of foreign affairs. Presidents historically have enjoyed wide latitude regarding the interpretation, execution, and even termination of U.S. treaties. Chief executives have enjoyed even greater latitude regarding troop deployments, especially in noncombat situations, and the nature, extent, and duration of military commitments to implement treaties or other agreements. Congressional interference in the form of the NATO Support Act would be truly revolutionary-and not in a good way. It is a transparent congressional attempt to usurp the president’s rightful constitutional authority and seek to micromanage U.S. foreign policy.

The NATO issue is not the only case in which congressional efforts are underway to seize control of foreign-policy decisions from the executive. A faction in both houses is now pushing a measure that would prevent the White House from failing to honor U.S. obligations under the Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty until it expires in February 2021. Unlike in the case of NATO, the president has taken tangible steps against the INF. After accusing Russia of violating its obligations under the treaty, Trump announced that the United States intended to withdraw from the INF. It should be stressed that the issue is not whether the president’s policies on NATO or the INF are wise or misguided; the relevant issue is whether the Constitution invests the executive or Congress with the authority to make those decisions.

Greater congressional assertiveness on such issues is especially odd given how readily Congress has abandoned its own explicit constitutional authority to control the war power. Even as legislators moved to restrict Trump regarding NATO and the INF, there was no effective campaign to prevent him from implementing his decision to keep at least two hundred troops in Syria, despite the continuing lack of any congressional authorization for U.S. military involvement in that combat zone.

The bipolar nature of congressional behavior is striking. Congress continues the long pattern of abdicating its responsibility when it comes to decisions about whether to involve the republic in armed conflicts. The authors of the Constitution specifically gave the war power to Congress, but that branch has habitually deferred to the president since Harry Truman’s presidential war in Korea in 1950.

Throughout the succeeding decades, occupants of the Oval Office have either bypassed Congress entirely or sought vacuous “blank check” congressional resolutions. The 1964 Gulf of Tonkin Resolution and the 2001 Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF) following the 9/11 terrorist attacks are examples of the latter. Lyndon Johnson’s 1965 invasion of the Dominican Republic, Ronald Reagan’s 1983 invasion of Grenada, Barack Obama’s air war in Libya, and the current U.S. military actions in Syria and Yemen are examples of the former. Bill Clinton probably deserves the award for the most brazen contempt of the congressional war power. Not only did he launch the Kosovo war without congressional approval, but he defied a House vote against giving him such authorization.

The recent vote of both houses to terminate U.S. participation in the Saudi Arabian-led war in Yemen is an encouraging step toward reviving the war power. But only time will tell if that effort is the beginning of a worthwhile trend. The successful effort of the Senate GOP leadership to prevent approval of legislation requiring an explicit AUMF for the Syria mission suggests that the Yemen vote was an outlier and that congressional abdication of the war power likely will continue in most cases.

Yet even as Congress evades its responsibilities in that most vital area, it is escalating its meddling and attempted micromanagement of other elements of foreign policy. For Congress to seek unprecedented, unconstitutional power with respect to nonmilitary aspects of foreign affairs while it continues abdicating the war power is shameful. Instead of trying to dictate policy on the INF and preserve the organizational dinosaur known as NATO against even modest reforms that the president might wish to implement, Congress needs to do a much better job of tending to its own duties and constitutional responsibilities.

Ted Galen Carpenter, a senior fellow in security studies at the Cato Institute and a contributing editor at the National Interest, is the author of twelve books and more than 750 articles on foreign affairs.
          Riccardo Fraccari anuncia primer torneo Béisbol Five en Colombia      Cache   Translate Page      

El presidente de la Confederación Mundial de Béisbol-Softbol (WSBC), el italiano Riccardo Fraccari, anunció este martes en La Habana que el primer torneo de la modalidad Béisbol Five se realizará en Colombia durante la Semana Santa y el mundial tendrá lugar en el año 2020 en México.

Fraccari, quien realiza actualmente una visita de trabajo a Cuba, explicó que el mundial de Béisbol Five se jugará con equipos masculinos, femeninos y mixtos en dos categorías: sub’15 y adultos, en una entrevista que publica el sitio deportivo Jit.

Sobre el impulso que le da la WSBC al Béisbol Five señaló que “la sociedad cambia. Los jóvenes necesitan algo distinto porque consumen de manera diferente el deporte. Como ente rector mundial hicimos este análisis y tomamos decisiones. Cuba me ayudó muchísimo con el Béisbol Five”.

“En muchos países se jugaba el cuatro esquinas, pero faltaba crear una normativa internacional. En pocos meses ha crecido la demanda de entrenadores para enseñar el Béisbol Five. Japón solicitó una clínica internacional con 200 entrenadores. África se ha sumado con mucha fuerza y hasta en Kosovo se está jugando”, apuntó.

También avanzó que tras los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio 2020 los partidos internacionales en todas las categorías del béisbol tendrán una duración de siete entradas.

“La demora más amplia de los juegos es entre la séptima y la novena entradas. Esto acortará como mínimo una hora de duración. Con el partido a siete entradas se va a disminuir el desequilibrio entre un equipo y otro”, señaló.

La máxima autoridad del béisbol mundial dijo que el objetivo que persigue la Confederación es globalizar este deporte y por eso ha adoptado esta medida que cree será “favorable” para la permanencia de este deporte en los Juegos Olímpicos porque las cuotas “son un problema, y ahora se necesitarán menos atletas”.

Detalló que ha venido a Cuba para hablar con las autoridades deportivas sobre la clasificación olímpica, proyectos con relación a academias y acerca de las elecciones de este año de la confederación americana de béisbol y saber los planes de Cuba.

Además abordó temas referidos a la participación de la isla en el Premier 12 y la posibilidad de topar con equipos asiáticos antes de esa competencia.

Sin embargo, señaló que uno de los motivos principales de su visita es ver la posibilidad de que se cree una academia de béisbol con sede en Cuba con un concepto que garantizaría el desarrollo de la disciplina en el país a través de un proyecto común entre la Confederación y el deporte cubano.

El directivo consideró que Cuba tiene que ser “protagonista” a nivel mundial en este deporte, al tiempo que recomendó analizar los últimos resultados que no permitieron su clasificación a los mundiales sub’23 y sub’18, y en ese sentido afirmó que si la Federación que preside “puede ayudar, lo hará”.


          US Accuses Kosovo Security Forces of Attacks Against Ethnic Minorities      Cache   Translate Page      
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Kosovo's security forces have engaged in attacks against ethnic communities and other marginalised groups, the State Department said on Wednesday in its annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices.
          Premijerka sa španskim šefom diplomatije: Hvala vam što niste priznali Kosovo i što nas podržavate na putu ka Evropi      Cache   Translate Page      
Premijerka Srbije Ana Brnabić razgovarala je danas sa ministrom spoljnih poslova Španije Žozepom Borelom o razvoju bilateralne saradnje i intenziviranju ekonomskih odnosa dve zemlje, saopšteno je iz vlade. Brnabić se zahvalila Španiji na nepriznavanju Kosova i podršci evropskom putu Srbije. [...]
          Chemische Schutztruppe aus Liberec verkörpert Nato-Elite-Einheit      Cache   Translate Page      
Ob im Kosovo, in Mali oder Afghanistan – bei Auslandseinsätzen der Nato sind vor allem tschechische Spezialisten gefragt. Die kommen unter anderem aus Liberec, wo mit dem 31. ABC-Waffen-Schutzregiment eine Elite-Einheit der Tschechischen Armee stationiert ist.
          20 Jahre seit NATO-Angriff auf Jugoslawien – Teil 3      Cache   Translate Page      

Luftangriffe in Bosnien-Herzegowina als Test für Kosovo. Aufgrund des 20. Jahrestages des Nato – Angriffskrieges auf Jugoslawien erscheint in den […]

Der Beitrag 20 Jahre seit NATO-Angriff auf Jugoslawien – Teil 3 erschien zuerst auf KenFM.de.


          UN must provide redress for minorities placed in toxic Kosovo camps, says rights expert      Cache   Translate Page      
An independent rights expert appointed by the Human Rights Council has called on the United Nations to “provide justice and remedies” to displaced people who suffered lead poisoning after being housed in UN camps on toxic wasteland in Kosovo.
          Egypt, Lebanon, Kosovo ban Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, AP reports      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Jovanović tužio Đurića zbog njegove tvrdnje da je „ukrao dva stana na Vračaru“      Cache   Translate Page      
Predsednik Demokratske stranke Srbije (DSS) Miloš Jovanović podneo je danas u Prvom osnovnom sudu tužbu protiv direktora Kancelarije za Kosovo i Metohiju Marka Đurića zbog njegove izjave u emisiji „Upitnik“ na RTS-u da je „ukrao dva stana na Vračaru“. Jovanović je novinarima rekao da [...]
          NATO-Bomben auf Belgrad. Wer vor 20 Jahren wissen wollte, konnte wissen, was gespielt wird.      Cache   Translate Page      

Am 24. März 1999 begann der Krieg gegen Rest-Jugoslawien, der sogenannte Kosovokrieg. Er hatte große Bedeutung für die Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik unseres Landes. Bis dahin hatten wir die Bundeswehr zur Verteidigung. Seit dem 24. März 1999 haben wir die Bundeswehr vor allem zur militärischen Intervention in anderen Ländern. Das ist ein gravierender Einschnitt. Heute möchte


          Kosovo's national action plan for antimicrobial resistance.      Cache   Translate Page      
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Kosovo's national action plan for antimicrobial resistance.

Lancet Infect Dis. 2019 Mar;19(3):244

Authors: Raka L, Kurti A, Jakupi A, Krasniqi S, Turjaka A

PMID: 30833061 [PubMed - in process]


          THE ESTABLISHMENT EYES CENTRAL AFRICA FOR MORE MISSION CREEP      Cache   Translate Page      

As if the United States wasn’t already pursuing enough murky and dubious military missions in such places as Afghanistan, Syria, and Yemen, a push appears to be underway to expand Washington’s involvement in Sub-Saharan Africa.

U.S. troops are more deeply engaged in “anti-terror” in Niger, Somalia, and other countries than most Americans realize. When four American Special Forces personnel died in Niger in 2017, even members of Congress were surprised.

A lobbying effort now seems to be taking place for U.S. intervention to alleviate suffering in the Central African Republic (CAR), because of that country’s ongoing civil war. NBC News took the lead with a story on the March 6 Today show and followed it up with a more detailed segment on the Nightly News that same evening. Cynthia McFadden was the lead journalist for the report that included searing footage of suffering in one UN-run refugee camp.

The media treatment would be familiar to anyone who recalls the preludes to U.S. military interventions in such places as Somalia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Libya, and Syria. There is extensive video of starving, disease-afflicted children and their anguished parents.


          Press Releases: Assistant Secretary Kirsten D. Madison Travel to Vienna, Austria for the 62nd UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs and Pristina, Kosovo      Cache   Translate Page      
Media Note
Office of the Spokesperson
Washington, DC
March 13, 2019


Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Kirsten D. Madison will lead the U.S. delegation to the High-Level Segment of the 62nd Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND), March 14-15, in Vienna, Austria. At the CND, the United States will seek increased national action to control the illicit synthetic drugs that are fueling the ongoing U.S. opioid crisis, building on President Trump’s Call to Action on the World Drug Problem, which was launched at last year’s United Nations General Assembly.

The United States will also take advantage of the high-level international platform of the CND to showcase innovative national approaches for dismantling illicit supply chains of synthetic drugs and supporting health-centered approaches to reduce demand for these deadly drugs.

The U.S. delegation will include representatives of the Department of Justice, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Food and Drug Administration, and the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.

Following the High-Level Segment of the CND, Assistant Secretary Madison will travel to Pristina, Kosovo to meet with Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj, officials from the Kosovo Police, the Ministry of Justice, the Kosovo Correctional Service, and members of civil society to advance U.S.-supported justice and law enforcement sector reform in Kosovo. She will also give remarks at an equipment donation ceremony that will significantly enhance the law enforcement capacity of the Kosovo Forensics Agency.

The State Department, through INL, combats drug trafficking, transnational crime, and corruption worldwide by helping governments and civil society build strong, stable, and fair societies overseas that counter the transnational crime and instability that threatens Americans’ security.

To receive updates on the CND and Assistant Secretary Madison’s visit, follow the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs on Twitter @StateINL and Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/StateINL.


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          ŠPANIJA DOSLEDNA SVOJIM STAVOVIMA: Ne postoji nezavisno Kosovo!      Cache   Translate Page      
Predsednik Srbije Aleksandar Vučić danas je u razgovoru sa ministrom spoljnih poslova Španije Žozepom Borelom istakao da je Priština donošenjem platforme pokazala da je protiv...
          Plan Edija Rame: “Šengenski” model ne samo za Kosovo, već i za Makedoniju i Crnu Goru      Cache   Translate Page      
Albanski premijer Edi Rama se založio za primenu „Šengenskog modela“ i sa Severnom Makedonijom i drugim zemljama Zapadnog Balkana, a ne samo sa Kosovom, prenosi...
          British Vehicles Special Vol.21 Challenger 2: Main Weapon System in Armoured Regiments      Cache   Translate Page      
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          "Cases of Kosovo and Catalonia are not comparable"      Cache   Translate Page      
Spain's Foreign Minister Josep Borrell said on Wednesday in Belgrade that the cases of Kosovo and Catalonia are not comparable. These two situations, he said, have nothing to do with one another.
          Albanians preparing to invade Trepca, KFOR knows it?      Cache   Translate Page      
Kosovo authorities plan to have special police units storm in and take over the Trepca (mining complex) plant in the north of Kosovo and Metohija. That is according to a report in Belgrade-based daily Blic, carried by Tanjug on Wednesday.
          "I'm tormented - we can't understand what's going on Kosovo"      Cache   Translate Page      
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic told Prva TV on Tuesday that essential dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina is a long way away. He also said that he was afraid that we will not soon see a continuation of that dialogue.
          "If we accepted Cosic's and Djindjic's idea we'd be in EU"      Cache   Translate Page      
If we accepted the idea of ​​delineation as a solution for Kosovo, when Dobrica Cosic offered it for the first time, today we would be a member of the EU. President Aleksandar Vucic said this on Tuesday.
          Army chief: Kosovo's tense, military monitoring situation      Cache   Translate Page      
Serbian Army Chief of Staff Milan Mojsilovic says the situation in Kosovo and Metohija is very complex. But Serbia is not currently considering the option of a military response, the general said, Beta agency reported on Tuesday.
          Kosovo police service reacts      Cache   Translate Page      
The Kosovo Police Service (KPS) reacted on Monday to reports that Pristina authorities had activated an operation dubbed "Steel Ring.". The said operation implies blocking of road routes and control of vehicles and persons.
          [MadZone] Re: Folksvagen pravi fabriku u Šumadiji, posao za 5.000 ljudi      Cache   Translate Page      
mjanjic, Ja nisam verovao koliko su oni resili da teraju tvrdoglavo po svome sve dok zapravo nije pao SM i dosao Djindjic. Covece pa nisu mu dali da zivi, a tek kad mu je palo na pamet da krene u resavanje Kosova to je bio kraj za njega. Zamisli da neko resi Kosovo pa cak i da nam ga 100% vrate sta bi radila SRPSKA DUBOKA KOMUNISTICKA DRZAVA ? Za vreme Milosevica ja sam verovao da je problem on, medjutim njegovo PUSTANJE NIZ VODU, otvorilo mi je oci da mi imamo hobotnicu koja je pustila p...
          WHEN RUSSIA ATTACKS KOSOVO: CIA PLOTTING MARCH 16TH RUSSIAN ATTACK, BIO-ATTACK, NUKE ATTACK AND/OR INVASION (MARCH 13, 2019): CIA Headquarters Located Beneath CERN at Lake Geneva in Switzerland Plotting Russian Attack and/or Invasion on March 16, 2019, Exactly 113-Days After CIA Staged 31-Nation NATO Wargame in Scandinavia Entitled ‘Exercise Trident Juncture 2018′ (OCT 25-NOV 23, 2018) & Exactly 2,504-Days After Vladimir Putin Became President of Russia Back on May 7, 2012      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Borrell afirma en Belgrado que los casos de Cataluña y Kosovo no son comparables      Cache   Translate Page      
El ministro de Asuntos Exteriores, UE y Cooperación, Josep Borrell, ha afirmado este miércoles en Belgrado, junto a su homólogo serbio, que la situación de Cataluña no es comparable con el caso de Kosovo.
          Borrell viaja a Belgrado en plena tensión con Kosovo por gravar al 100% los productos serbios      Cache   Translate Page      
El 'nuevo' país está dando los primeros pasos para convertir sus fuerzas de seguridad en un ejército


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