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Vucic finally "gives his hands" to Putin, the Serbian president makes a drastic turn, his secret maneuvers are revealed, how he deceived the USA and the EU about the tensions with Kosovo
Written by Marsela Shytia 7 Qershor 2023
When Western sources announced that Serbia had agreed to send weapons to Ukraine, relations between Belgrade and Moscow appeared to take a hit. The Serbian president, Aleksandër Vu?i?, seemed to be no longer so steadfast in his position regarding the so-called "ally", and these documents were clearly seen as a "stab in the back". Recently, he has confirmed his position and a kind of cooling with Moscow, for the prestigious British "Financial Times", which has devoted an article to the relations between Serbia and Russia. "Financial Times" notes that the positive move by the official Belgrade to help Ukraine with weapons, which is developing an unparalleled resistance to the Russian aggressor, has been followed by a visible change in the approach of the international community towards Serbia, as shown in the clashes the last with Kosovo.
"Is it possible that it will happen? I have no doubt that it can happen", said Vucic for "Financial Times". "I am not stupid. I am aware that some of the weapons may end up in Ukraine", the Serbian president added. Because of this, there have been frictions with Russia, which Serbia has not imposed sanctions on until today. The country has has repeatedly condemned the invasion of Ukraine at the United Nations, but has resisted calls to impose sanctions. That's why Western media have often considered Vu?i?'s stance as "two-chair politics". This is also because Serbia wants to continue its path to EU membership without obstacles, therefore, it has been constantly under pressure from the 27-member bloc, which has often imposed conditions.
The big turn
However, Vucic's statement that he is not against his country selling ammunition to Ukraine, to the "Financial Times", seems to be a strong sign that Russia's main Balkan ally is finally turning away from the West. Asked if it was a deliberate step to win the approval of Western capitals, the Serbian president claimed that Belgrade tried to act in a "neutral way". Vucic admitted he was walking the border between Moscow and Western powers but said he would not help the Russian war effort. "We have joined all the UN resolutions," he said, referring to UN resolutions condemning Russia's full-scale occupation of Ukraine. "We are joining re-export bans, such as dual-use technology in unmanned aerial vehicles...
Protestat në Beograd
Këto deklarata të Vuçiçit duhet parë edhe në kontekstin e trazirave të brendshme serbe, të cilat e kërcënuan seriozisht karrigen e tij, edhe pse protestave, duket se ende i mungon forca politike për ta përkthyer pakënaqësinë shoqërore në ndryshime politike. Protestat "Serbia kundër dhunës" janë mbajtur në të gjithë Serbinë gjatë pesë javëve të fundit, si përgjigje ndaj dy krimeve masive në të cilat u vranë 18 persona. Tubimet më masive janë në Beograd, ku dhjetëra mijëra njerëz marshojnë çdo të premte ose të shtunë duke kërkuar dorëheqjen e Vuçiç. Ndaj, ai duket se po kërkon edhe t'u bëjë të ditur protestuesve se është në anën e Perëndimit, edhe pse kjo do të zemërojë disi grupet pro-ruse. Vuçiç, duke tentuar të përshkruaj ftohjen e raporteve mes Beogradit dhe Moskës, tha se kohët kur ai fliste me presidentin rus Vladimir Putin çdo tre muaj kishin mbaruar, duke theksuar se ai nuk ka qenë në kontakt me Kremlinin për një vit përveç pritjes së vizitorëve nga Moska. “Kjo nuk ka ndodhur kurrë më parë,” tha ai.
Tensions in the north
Also, it seems that Vucic's new policy has made him gain the support of internationals, even Kosovo's indisputable allies, regarding the escalation of tensions in the north, after Marton Dunai, journalist of the "Financial Times", writes: "According to three Western diplomats in the region, the delivery of Serbian ammunition to the Ukrainian front has been a decisive factor in a marked change since the US, NATO and the EU recently supported Serbia in igniting ethnic tensions in Kosovo."