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Written by Bleona Kolaj 15 Gusht 2022
"A Russian military base may appear in Serbia", this warning issued by Russian military expert and historian Boris Yulin has provoked many reactions. Immediately after this statement, the Serbian side reacted, clarifying that it does not want to interfere in the conflicts between Russia and the West. The president of Serbia, Aleksandër Vucic, also reacted to 'wash his hands', declaring that Serbia will maintain its military neutrality, "Serbia does not need anyone's military bases", said Vucic, distancing himself. On the other hand, the USA is worried about what awaits Serbia, as it has expressed its willingness to protect it from the sanctions that cooperation with Russia may cause. US Senator Jeanne Shaheen warned Serbia that sanctions await if it starts waving its arms and aligning itself with Russia. However, the prime minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabic, has taken a tough stance towards the EU, where she blames it for the tense situation. "They should stop the inciting rhetoric, because they will be responsible for the violence", writes Brnabi?.
Vucic takes a step back, distances himself from Russia
The president of Serbia, Aleksandër Vucic, also reacted to 'wash his hands', declaring that Serbia will maintain its military neutrality. "Serbia does not need anyone's military bases. Serbia will maintain its military neutrality. Serbia will strengthen its army. Serbia will take care of its people and will be strong enough to stand alone. To build political alliances. Don't be ashamed of good relations with Russia, don't be ashamed of good relations with America", he said in a video message. The USA has not remained indifferent either, as it states that curbing Russian influence is more difficult in Serbia. "This influence is not perceived as malevolent and whose president leads a well-known balancing policy between Russia and China and the West, who has clearly expressed the expectation that Serbia will respect EU sanctions against Moscow. One of the elements of the bill is the ability to impose sanctions against individuals and officials in the region, and I think that's important when we're thinking about how to prevent people from engaging in collusion and cooperation with Russia or anyone else, in spreading disinformation, cyber attacks, or attempts to foment ethnic divisions, because we know what happens in that case, we've seen it in the past. It is not inconceivable that, should Serbia start waving its arms, for example, regarding the rights of ethnic Serbs in Kosovo, or the treatment of Serbs in Republika Srpska, this could lead to some sort of sanctions. if Serbia tries to circumvent the various sanctions regimes that refer to Russia, and if it is found that there are individuals in the Serbian elite doing business as usual, despite the sanctions, they could be sanctioned," says US Senator Jeanne Shaheen. Meanwhile, the prime minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabi?, reacted strongly to the statement of the European Union, in which the officials of Belgrade and Pristina were called "to stop with the inciting rhetoric, because they will be responsible for the violence".
Deklarata e kryeministres serbe
Kryeministrja serbe Brnabiç i bëri thirrje BE-së që të pranojë pjesën e saj të përgjegjësisë për situatën në Kosovë dhe Metohi. “Për 175 ditë Albin Kurti provokoi një konflikt të armatosur me serbët. Dhe kjo në një vit që do të mbahet mend si viti në të cilin Kurti ua privoi serbëve në Kosovë dhe Metohi të drejtat më elementare të njeriut , duke i ndaluar të votojnë. Përveç një deklarate me shkrim të kotë, BE-ja nuk ka bërë absolutisht asgjë për këtë. Në të kundërt, motoja e Presidentit Vuçiç dhe Serbisë është e qartë: paqe dhe stabilitet. Po afrohen dhjetë vjet nga nënshkrimi i Marrëveshjes së Brukselit, të cilën BE-ja thjesht nuk mund ta zbatojë. Edhe vetë BE-ja e pranon se nuk mund ta detyrojnë Kurtin të krijojë Bashkësinë e Komunave Serbe, shtylla kurrizore e Marrëveshjes së Brukselit. Është e trishtueshme të shohësh që BE-ja nuk e pranon fajin e saj për situatën në të cilën jemi. Prandaj, ju lutem, ndaloni hipokrizinë”, shprehet ndër të tjera Ana Brnabiq.