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Section: B92 (Serbia)

    “We’ve been redrawing borders too – think of Kosovo”
    Mar21

    “We’ve been redrawing borders too – think of Kosovo”

    French presidential candidate Francois Fillon mentioned the issue of Kosovo when he spoke about Crimea joining Russia.“We have changed borders ourselves. Kosovo, for example. We think that because we are westerners everything is allowed to us – we can enter Iraq, we can bring order to any corner of the world… There is a fundamental...

    Kiev imposes sanctions on Serbians who visited Crimea
    Mar21

    Kiev imposes sanctions on Serbians who visited Crimea

    The Ukrainian security service SBU has decided to impose sanctions on Serbian politicians who have paid a three-day visit to Crimea.SBU spokesperson Elena Gitlyanska announced this on Facebook, Tanjug reported late on Monday, quoting Sputnik. …read more Source:...

    SNP leader invited to visit Crimea again; Belgrade silent
    Mar20

    SNP leader invited to visit Crimea again; Belgrade silent

    SNP party leader Nenad Popovic and “several Serbian businesspeople” have been invited to an economic forum in Yalta next month.Leader of Crimea Republic Serge Aksyonov announced this on Facebook, a week after his meeting with Popovic. …read more Source:...

    “Russia is not our problem – EU’s future is” – Slovak PM
    Mar20

    “Russia is not our problem – EU’s future is” – Slovak PM

    Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico has called for lifting of EU sanctions against Russia, introduced over the Ukraine crisis.”Sanctions have not helped anyone. Russia is not our problem. Our main problem is what is going to happen to the EU,” Fico told TA3 TV, according to TASS. …read more Source:...

    Kiev angry at Belgrade after ruling party MPs visit Crimea
    Mar17

    Kiev angry at Belgrade after ruling party MPs visit Crimea

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has condemned the visit of a group of Serbian Assembly members (“people’s deputies”) to Crimea.Kiev also summoned the Serbian ambassador to Ukraine and asked him to provide “explanations regarding the matter.” …read more Source:...

    “French election to decide EU fate; Crimea remains Russian”
    Mar14

    “French election to decide EU fate; Crimea remains Russian”

    Former Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer says the presidential election in France will “decide the fate of the EU.”"If Marine Le Pen becomes president I believe it will be the end of the European project of unity,” Gusenbauer, who is an adviser to the Serbian government, said during a lecture organized by the...

    Thaci to Russia: “Recognize Kosovo, make it easy on Serbia”
    Feb20

    Thaci to Russia: “Recognize Kosovo, make it easy on Serbia”

    Hashim Thaci has asked Moscow to see beyond Serbia’s interests when it consideres its “relations with Kosovo” and – “not to compare them with Crimea.”According to Tanjug, this has been reported on Monday by the public broadcaster in Kosovo, RTK. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian ambassador sees trouble in Bosnia; blames Putin
    Feb14

    Ukrainian ambassador sees trouble in Bosnia; blames Putin

    Ukraine’s outgoing Ambassador to Bosnia-Herzegovina Oleksandr Levchenko says that “the meddling of Russian fingers” is “visible” Bosnia-Herzegovina.He also told Radio Free Europe in an interview that destabilizing this region is something that is in the interest of Russian President Vladimir Putin – “as...

    Kremlin spox: I hope they have enough ammo in Donbass
    Feb03

    Kremlin spox: I hope they have enough ammo in Donbass

    Dmitry Peskov said on Friday that he hoped pro-Russian forces in eastern Ukraine “have enough ammunition to respond aggressive actions by the Ukrainian army.”The Kremlin spokesman made the remark on Friday, according to Reuters. The agency referred to the pro-Russian forces in the area as “pro-Russian separatists.”...

    Poroshenko plans referendum on Ukraine’s NATO membership
    Feb02

    Poroshenko plans referendum on Ukraine’s NATO membership

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko intends to call a referendum on whether his country should join the NATO.He plans to do this “given polls that show 54 percent of Ukrainians now favor such a move,” Reuters reported, quoting Germany’s Funke Mediengruppe. …read more Source:...

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