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Serbia’s embassy move to Jerusalem undermines EU authority in the West Balkans

Paul Antonopoulos, independent geopolitical analyst   Within the agreement on the normalization of economic relations between Belgrade and Pristina, which was signed in Washington last week, it was agreed that Serbia would move its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. It was this part of the agreement that triggered many reactions that has only…

U.S. is pushing for a new provocation against Serbia over the Kosovo issue

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Paul Antonopoulos, independent geopolitical analyst…   Belgrade and Pristina have resumed dialogue in Brussels, but the recent delivery of American-made armored vehicles to Kosovo could make the talks difficult and signifies Washington is once again attempting to destabilize the Balkans. Serbia and Kosovo returned to the negotiating table on July 16 after…

The Trump Administration’s Success in Kosovo Is a Historic Disaster for Serbs

Via StalkerZone… No one expected that the meeting between Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and separatist Kosovo leader Hashim Thaçi scheduled for June 27th in Washington would be canceled. Moreover, the significance of this meeting in official circles, both in Belgrade and in Pristina, was discussed with great optimism. Thus, on June 18th, Thaçi told the…

Сriminal roots of Kosovo further exposed by Thaçi’s indictment in The Hague

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Paul Antonopoulos, independent geopolitical analyst…  Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić was due to meet Kosovo leader Hashim Thaçi on Saturday at the White House. This was at the behest of US envoy for Kosovo-Serbia negotiations, Richard Grenell, after his much-publicized success in organizing the meeting. However, his success was short lived after…

Serbia-Kosovo summit, Soros and color revolutions (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the scheduled White House meeting between Serbian leaders and leaders from the breakaway province of Kosovo. Support Free Speech: Subscribe to The Duran on YouTube – Find us on BitChute. The Duran Audio Podcast:Follow on Soundcloud – Subscribe on iTunes. Via RT… Hosting the leaders of Serbia and its breakaway…

Can Serbia trust Washington’s assurances in upcoming meeting with Kosovo?

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Paul Antonopoulos, independent geopolitical analyst…   It came as a shock to everyone when it was announced yesterday that discussions and negotiations between Serbia and Kosovo will take place at the White House in Washington on June 27. This came as a surprise as it was widely believed that President Donald Trump had…

EU trying to take over Serbia-Kosovo negotiations from U.S.

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Paul Antonopoulos, independent geopolitical analyst… French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian and German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas in a joint statement on the weekend said that EU-led dialogue between Serbia and Kosovo must restart as soon as possible and that shortcuts and quick fixes are excluded from the European plan towards a…

Will Germany’s Kosovo policy shift back in Serbia’s favor?

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Paul Antonopoulos, independent geopolitical analyst… The debate in the German Bundestag on the extension of the mandate of German Kosovo Force (KFOR) soldiers turned into a criticism of long-time Chancellor Angela Merkel and raised speculation that Berlin might adopt a different position on Kosovo. The opposition reminded Merkel that Germany participated…

EU Demands Serbia to Help Kosovo During Coronavirus But Restricts Assistance of Bosnian Serbs

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Paul Antonopoulos, Research Fellow at the Center for Syncretic Studies… The Working Group for the Chapter 35 of the Serbian National Convention on the European Union (EU) has called for the authorities in Serbia and Kosovo to create a cooperation to reduce the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. “We witness…

Kosovo’s Legitimacy Receives Massive Blow After Another Withdrawal of Recognition

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Paul Antonopoulos, Research Fellow at the Center for Syncretic Studies… In unexpected news today, the small West African country of Sierra Leone has withdrawn recognition of the so-called independence of Kosovo. This now means that of the 193 UN member states, only 92 countries recognize the self-proclaimed independence of Kosovo,…
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