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Uninvited guests in Serbia
« on: July 08, 2015, 02:00:54 am »
Today German PM dr. Angela Merkel will visit Serbian officials and will bring more pressure to Serbia give up from Kosovo.

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Re: Uninvited guest: Angela Merkel in Serbia
« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2015, 03:42:38 am »
German chancellor dr. Angela Merkel left Serbia. I hope so she or any of German chancellors will not go to Serbia again !
I full of s...t of German chancellors - A. Hitler, W. Brandt, H. Kohl, G. Schrodder and now Merkel.

http://www.fox10tv.com/story/29508155/germanys-merkel-arrives-in-bosnia-to-back-economic-reformhttp://


NGO`s in Belgrade complained to Angela Merkel about "Russian influence in Serbia".  :o

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Re: Uninvited guest: Angela Merkel in Serbia
« Reply #3 on: July 14, 2015, 04:49:26 am »
Is the Black Hand Gang still operational in Serbia ?
 ::)


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Hand_%28Serbia%29

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Re: Uninvited guest: Angela Merkel in Serbia
« Reply #4 on: July 14, 2015, 04:57:49 am »
Is the Black Hand Gang still operational in Serbia ?
 ::)


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Hand_%28Serbia%29

For the "Black Hand" needed balls and brain. I do not see it such a thing in Serbia.

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #5 on: December 30, 2015, 04:15:40 pm »
Yesterday Turkish PM A. Davutoglu came to Serbia and said " the Balkans is like a soup in which we want to put a nice spice to make it tastier".  :o  ???
Next day Davutoglu and his host Serbian PM A. Vučić canceled trip on southwest Serbia in town Novi Pazar. There is majority of domestic Muslims ( Bosniaks ). Trip is canceled reportedly because of fog.     

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=df2_1451326134http://

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #6 on: February 10, 2016, 03:21:57 am »
VOA: warmongers US Senators John McCaine and feminized Lindsey Graham will come to Belgrade, Serbia. In Belgrade they will be 5 hours and then go to Germany.

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #7 on: July 11, 2016, 04:49:17 pm »
US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland came in Belgrade to increase pressure on Serbia to recognize "Kosovo" or to allow "Kosovo" to join UN.



http://www.tanjug.rs/full-view_en.aspx?izb=257423http://

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #8 on: July 11, 2016, 07:43:43 pm »
US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland came in Belgrade to increase pressure on Serbia to recognize "Kosovo" or to allow "Kosovo" to join UN.



http://www.tanjug.rs/full-view_en.aspx?izb=257423

Nuland in Prishtina: "Demarcation (read: Serbia will not recognize Kosovo's secession) bone in order, the USA for 20 years invested in Kosovo's independence"

http://www.rrokum.tv/lajme/nuland-demarkacioni-asht-ne-rregull-shba-qe-20-vjet-po-investon-ne-pamvaresine-e-kosoves/]]
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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #9 on: July 29, 2016, 06:16:27 pm »
Leader of Bosnian Muslims Bakir Izetbegovic visited region Sandzak in southeast Serbia. The son of war leader of Bosnian Muslims Alija demanded autonomous region from Serbian Government. In Sandzak region majoriy are Muslims who ethniclly declared themselves as Bosniaks.

http://www.tanjug.rs/full-view_en.aspx?izb=260610http://

P.S. Last year Serbian PM Vucic not allowed Turkish PM Davutoglu to visit Sandzak because Turkey want to build Consulate in town Novi Pazar.

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #10 on: August 15, 2016, 04:25:27 pm »
Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Loefven, who will arrive in Belgrade later on Monday, will become the Scandinavian nation's first head of government to visit Serbia since 2000.  He should not have even now to come. Koji će nam kurac ?
However, politician from Sweden Carl Bildt ( Bilderberg group ) came to Serbia all the time.


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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #11 on: August 15, 2016, 04:35:20 pm »


Poor Serbians!  Why would Serbians want to live like the  Germans & Swedish?  Do the people of Serbia know what is going on without their input?

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #12 on: August 15, 2016, 04:43:33 pm »

Poor Serbians!  Why would Serbians want to live like the  Germans & Swedish?  Do the people of Serbia know what is going on without their input?

I am sorry. I am not so good with English language. What you try to say in third sentence ?

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #13 on: August 15, 2016, 05:45:24 pm »



Al Bundy,

I put the sentence into the google translator :)

3rd Sentence:  Do the people of Serbia know what is going on without their input?
Да ли људи у Србији знају шта се дешава без њиховог улаза?

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #14 on: August 15, 2016, 05:52:57 pm »


Al Bundy,

I put the sentence into the google translator :)

3rd Sentence:  Do the people of Serbia know what is going on without their input?
Да ли људи у Србији знају шта се дешава без њиховог улаза?

I did it exactly the same  thing and I still do not get it.
However, every Serb want to live like Germans or Swedes. Policy of Germany is that Serbs must not live like Germans. For 2,5 decades.

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #15 on: August 16, 2016, 07:37:52 am »
Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Loefven, who will arrive in Belgrade later on Monday, will become the Scandinavian nation's first head of government to visit Serbia since 2000.  He should not have even now to come. Koji će nam kurac ?
However, politician from Sweden Carl Bildt ( Bilderberg group ) came to Serbia all the time.


http://www.tanjug.rs/full-view_en.aspx?izb=265295

Swedish PM: We're in EU, but not in NATO, and it works  :o

http://www.b92.net/eng/news/politics.php?yyyy=2016&mm=08&dd=16&nav_id=98913]]



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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #16 on: August 18, 2016, 09:49:03 pm »
In Nis, Sebia, PM Vucic hosted Albanian PM Rama and "Deputy Minister of Local Government Bajram Gecaj" as envoy of "President of Kosovo Thaci".

http://www.tanjug.rs/full-view_en.aspx?izb=265675http://

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #17 on: August 23, 2016, 11:24:17 pm »

Serbia has many friends around the world and it counts the US among them, Serbian President Nikolic said at a meeting with Biden on Tuesday.
Nikolic noted Serbia's commitment to full EU membership and implementing reforms, the presidential press office said in a statement...
"As president of Serbia, I would not be able to take part in the signing of an agreement that would imply an inter-state nature. On the other hand, we cannot impose sanctions on Russia if that is implied by the alignment with the EU foreign policy. We have ties with Russia, and we are also tied with the US, which has a large Serbian community. We were allies in two wars and we share two of the world's greatest scientists, Tesla and Pupin, and that is an important meeting point," the president concluded.
Speaking about regional relations, Nikolic said Serbia was firmly committed to peace and stability.
Bilateral relations with Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Montenegro and Macedonia are very good, he said, adding that Serbia supported the integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bilateral relations with Croatia are mysterious, Nikolic said, noting that voices similar to those in WWII could be heard in the country.
Biden said the US had a strong interest in Serbia being politically and economically successful.
You have undertaken tough reforms that are already producing results and I congratulate you on what you have done, he said.
Washington is not expecting Serbia to choose between Russia and the US, he said.


http://www.b92.net/eng/news/politics.php?yyyy=2016&mm=08&dd=17&nav_id=98929http://

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #18 on: November 07, 2016, 09:26:57 pm »
Serbian President Nikolic hosted PM of Qatar. Sheikh will leave Belgrade but TV network Al Jazeera not.  >:(

http://www.tanjug.rs/full-view_en.aspx?izb=281844http://

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #19 on: November 07, 2016, 09:48:25 pm »
But it's the media of peace...
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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #20 on: November 23, 2016, 04:19:48 pm »
11/23 2016.

TANJUG: US Ambassador to Serbia Kyle Scott said the Serbian government to continue the reforms it has begun, encouraged to make tough decisions regarding the large state-owned companies - losers and adding to it every day surprise "some things in the media".
"I would encourage the Government to continue to fulfill the promises and correct the perceived weaknesses - financial capacity, macroeconomic stability, length of legal proceedings, as this is what provides security for investors," said Scott on the set of the results of the US elections, organized by the American Chamber of Commerce .
He praised the Serbian government because it is dedicated to the European road and because she had a good year, in terms of the economic situation, but added that he needed more reforms.


"Our relations with the government are good, but occasionally disagree with some statements in public. But, no departments in the government where door for me is closed. We cooperate well in terms of migration, border security, general security, the drafting of legislation - such as the law on inspections, "he said.

Ambassador Scott recalled that during the last 15 years, the United States helped reform in Serbia with more than 350 million dollars.
"The US is the world's largest economy, but Serbia is a partner No. 17 I'd love to be mutual import and export increase," said Scott, adding that the role of the US as a partner for Serbia.
US Ambassador added that Serbia should be more oriented to entrepreneurship.
"It takes an entrepreneurial spirit, train people for the needs of the future and how to expand the market. Here is the company focused on the local community, but should expand their markets, "said Scott.
He added that the necessary reforms of the judiciary and the tax system, but also to bring laws begin to be implemented.
Scott said that Serbia should focus on the introduction of new, innovative technologies and to strengthen the cooperation of economy and state.
According to him, part of the problem Serbia is what successful companies dragged the best people because of attractive offers and the state authorities remain are "less capable".
As he pointed out, Serbia's tourism already a popular destination for young people, but says he now needs to focus on rural development and rural part of the country.
"It is important that you offer a quality service, as this is the best recommendation, or voice to be transmitted," said Scott.
The potentials are, he added, and the development of congress tourism and Serbia in this field can be very interesting to foreigners.
When it comes to large state-owned enterprises, which are big losers, Scott said that America can not only brave the Serbian government to make difficult and painful decisions in order to solve the issue.
"It would be good if these companies can not be sold. They are jewels, or drag the country backwards, "said Scott.
According to him, for eight months, as far as in Serbia, the country has met its expectations, but added that every day surprise "certain things in the media".
"I'm not satisfied with the quality tabloid. I wish more journalists checked the facts, "said Scott.
Speaking about the politics of Washington after the recent presidential elections in the United States, Scott said that it will not change.
"The main objectives remain stability, economic growth, improving relations with its neighbors. There are no indications that will happen change in policy regarding the independence of Kosovo, "said Scott at a business meeting organized by the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia.

According to him, efforts will be more on the integration of Serbia into the European Union, cooperation with neighbors, continuation of economic reforms.

"There is no reason to believe that the Tramp bring significant changes in relation to the Balkans," said Scott, adding that America is a great country which respects their interests and not easily change its policy.

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #21 on: February 26, 2018, 02:01:46 pm »
Today in Belgrade, Serbia arrived president of EUropean Commission Jean-Claude JUNCKER.

"Serbs, give self-claimed "Republic of Kosovo" independence, impose sanctions against Russia, do not support entity in Bosnia - Republic of Srpska...and MAYBE Serbia will member of EU in 2055. Maybe earlier."

https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2018/02/26/world/europe/ap-eu-eu-balkans.html?mtrref=www.google.rs&gwh=D0DFE5514203FD069012838A92D2F2FD&gwt=payhttp://

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Re: Uninvited guests in Serbia
« Reply #22 on: March 15, 2018, 03:11:57 pm »



U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Wess Mitchell said in Belgrade, on March 14 that Kosovo was entitled to establish professional security forces, while Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said there was no document giving Kosovo the right to form armed forces.

Kosovo has a legitimate right to form professional forces that will deal with security and that would include Kosovo Serbs. No-one has the right to prohibit Kosovo from developing structures like these, Mitchell told a joint news conference after meeting with Vucic.

Mitchell said the U.S. supported this right of Kosovo, but stressed that it would require a constitutional amendment.

That's not easy and demands a lot of work, Mitchell said, adding that the U.S. were very closely involved with people in Pristina in this matter.

In response to a journalist's question, Mitchell said the existing Kosovo security forces were multiethnic, that they were doing a good job and posed no threat to Serbia.

Vucic said the U.S. felt that forming armed forces was a legitimate idea, but that Serbia considers it to be founded on the illegal decision to declare the independence of Kosovo and that it could not be legitimate as it lacked a legal foundation in international law.

The president of Serbia stressed that no lawful document existed which permitted Kosovo to form an army and that no-one could "make it up."

"Serbia opposes this and I said as much in so many words to Mitchell," Vucic said.

He stressed that Serbia could solve neither the Kosovo issue nor other problems in the region without the U.S., and that it was "naive and irresponsible" to believe this could be done without the U.S. weighing in.

Expressing appreciation of Mitchell's readiness to listen to Serbia's position and of support to the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, Vucic said Belgrade was ready to discuss compromise.

"We can accept compromise solutions, but we cannot accept humiliation of the people and destruction of the state. Every compromise is hard, but that is why the second and third party have to accept it too," the Serbian president said.

Vucic recalled that Serbia had met all its obligations from the Brussels Agreement, and that Kosovo had "one and only one obligation" to form the Community of Serb Municipalities, which it has not met.

"I am almost convinced that nothing will come of it. If they wanted to fulfill it, they would have done so in the last five years. But in those five years they did nothing and had the tacit support of a good part of the international community for such behavior," Vucic said.

Though there is no agreement about Kosovo and its security forces, Vucic said there was agreement that the dialogue under EU auspices should continue and that he wants the differences to decline and cooperation to advance.

The U.S. diplomat reiterated that his country supported the dialogue and urged both sides to implement all the obligations they undertook.

We are ready to listen, help and be creative. But we are also cautious about simple proposals that can create a negative precedent in the region or threaten regional stability, Mitchell said.

Washington considers Serbia the foundation of the entire Balkans, Mitchell noted, adding that the U.S. was committed to cooperation and building the partnership with Serbia.

We want to get back to the old path of closeness and cooperation between the U.S. and Serbia. We still believe the vision of a free and prosperous Serbia in harmony and peace with its neighbors and integrated into the West is the goal of us all, and I look forward to working with the president of Serbia and his team to move toward that goal, Mitchell said.

Mitchell and Vucic said they had a "good and frank" conversation. The topics included bilateral economic relations, attracting American investors, reforms in Serbia and EU integration.