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Section: B92 (Serbia)

    Russia “used Kosovo to legitimize Crimea move”
    Jul20

    Russia “used Kosovo to legitimize Crimea move”

    Moscow, “striving to justify its intervention in the territory of Ukraine” has been using political narratives about “the so-called precedent of Kosovo.”This is assessed in an analysis of the Department of International Relations and European Integration at the National University of Political Studies and Public...

    Ukrainian plane joins firefighting efforts in Montenegro
    Jul19

    Ukrainian plane joins firefighting efforts in Montenegro

    A Ukrainian AN-32P firefighting plane on Wednesday morning joined the effort to extinguish a wildfire above Obosnik, near the coastal town of Tivat.According to Montenegro’s state broadcaster, the plane has the capacity to carry 8,000 liters of water. …read more Source:...

    “Russia-friendly Serbia moving toward EU – Ukraine can’t?”
    Jul18

    “Russia-friendly Serbia moving toward EU – Ukraine can’t?”

    Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Antanas Linkevicius has asked why Ukraine is unable to move closer to the EU, while Serbia can.The Beta agency reported this on Tuesday, citing the US website Politico. …read more Source:...

    “Russia’s military prowess undeniable; intentions unclear”
    Jun27

    “Russia’s military prowess undeniable; intentions unclear”

    Chairman of NATO’s Military Committee Petr Pavel has said that Russia’s growing military prowess was undeniable – even if its intentions were unclear.This is according to the website Politico, which quoted him as saying that NATO was “confronting efforts by Russia to increase its military capabilities on virtually every...

    Montenegro bans 149 Russians and Ukrainians from entry
    Jun01

    Montenegro bans 149 Russians and Ukrainians from entry

    After Moscow’s decision to ban entry to that country of some senior officials of Montenegro, Podgorica has responded with similar measures.Namely, Montenegro has decided to ban 149 nationals of Russia and Ukraine from entry, because of, as stated, the role of Russia in the Ukraine crisis and the annexation of Crimea. …read more...

    Now Ukraine denies delivering S-300s to Croatia
    Apr19

    Now Ukraine denies delivering S-300s to Croatia

    Ukraine’s Ambassador in Belgrade Oleksandr Aleksandrovych has denied that his country installed missile systems S-300 in Croatia, Tanjug is reporting.Aleksandrovych said that, in this context, he found a statement given to the agency late last week by Russian Ambassador Aleksandr Chepurin “interesting.” …read more Source:...

    Ukraine bans Serbian Radical Party officials from entry
    Apr13

    Ukraine bans Serbian Radical Party officials from entry

    Ukraine’s security service has decided to impose a 5-year ban on entry into the country to five members of Serbia’s opposition Serb Radical Party (SRS).Ukraine’s ambassador to Serbia, Oleksandr Aleksandrovych, confirmed this in a statement on Thursday, that named the SRS members as Aleksandar Seselj, Milovan Bojic, and Dubravka...

    Croat and Ukrainian fans’ hate message to Serbs and Russians
    Mar27

    Croat and Ukrainian fans’ hate message to Serbs and Russians

    Supporters of Croatia and Ukraine have used a match played by their national football teams to provoke Serbian and Russians.The qualifier for the 2018 World Cup in Russia was played in Zagreb, Croatia. …read more Source:...

    “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:...

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