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The President of Serbia declared December 11 as the most difficult day in his presidential career due to the situation in Kosovo

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The President of Serbia declared December 11 as the most difficult day in his presidential career due to the situation in Kosovo

The statement of Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić attracted attention. Commenting on what is happening in the Balkans, he said that the day of December 11 was the most difficult for all the time he was in office.


Vucic said these words during an address to the nation, which took place after the meeting of the Serbian Security Council.

Alexander Vucic noted that the international community turns a blind eye to the arbitrariness of the Kosovo "authorities" when they are going to actually liquidate the Serbian enclaves in the region. At the same time, the President of Serbia used the term "Serbian problem", pointing out that the Kosovo security forces have been invading the territories densely populated by Serbs for several days in a row.

Alexander Vucic:

We're backed against the wall.

The President of Serbia recalled that, on the basis of existing agreements, the Kosovo police and other power structures do not have the right to be in the territories densely populated by Serbs in the north of the province of Kosovo. There are peacekeeping units that are ignoring the arbitrariness on the part of the Kosovars.

Vucic:

But they (the Kosovo security forces) invaded there, and the international community pretends that nothing bad and serious happened.

According to the President of Serbia, "America cradles its child" in the Balkans, from which a real monster has grown in 23 years.

Vučić also called on the Kosovo side to immediately release all ethnic Serbs detained in the province.
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  1. FoBoss_VM
    FoBoss_VM 12 December 2022 06: 41
    -1
    Vucic still wanted to sit on two chairs, both yours and ours. When it comes to such powers that you are either for them or for us. There is no middle. Here is the result of throwing.
    1. krops777
      krops777 12 December 2022 06: 53
      +10
      Vucic still wanted to sit on two chairs, both yours and ours.


      You won’t envy Vučić, there is no common border with Russia, there are NATO fascists around, so he has to spin, it’s not a Belarusian dad I want to go there, in which case I want to hide back under the wing of Russia.
      1. Mihail0221
        Mihail0221 12 December 2022 07: 02
        +5
        You won’t envy Vucic,

        Yes, you will not envy the Serbs. Or "kneel" or fight and die, but with your head held high.
      2. Evil543
        Evil543 12 December 2022 07: 06
        +4
        It's right. But for some reason, ours are generally silent.
        1. sent26
          sent26 12 December 2022 08: 15
          -1
          And do we need to once again stand up for the interests of Serbia?
          1. Aleksandr21
            Aleksandr21 12 December 2022 08: 29
            +2
            Quote from sent26
            And do we need to once again stand up for the interests of Serbia?


            Yeltsin would appreciate your opinion ... in 1999, he and his team were probably guided by the same position when they surrendered Yugoslavia to NATO.

            On April 12, 1999, the parliament of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, attacked by NATO troops, voted in favor of joining the republic to the union of Russia and Belarus

            At an emergency meeting, the Russian parliament fully supported its Serbian colleagues, recommending that President Boris Yeltsin and the government immediately begin preparations for this process.

            However, Yeltsin blocked this process.
            1. sent26
              sent26 12 December 2022 08: 48
              +2
              Yes Yes.
              They wanted to join Russia so much that they suddenly decided to become an EU country.
              But here, too, there is some confusion.
              1. Aleksandr21
                Aleksandr21 12 December 2022 09: 10
                0
                And what was left for them? In 1999, we did not help Serbia (Yugoslavia), but in fact we simply betrayed and handed it over to NATO. When this process was completed, parts of the former Yugoslavia joined the winners because. they didn’t have much choice, as well as prospects.

                The situation is approximately the same now, Serbia has no common borders with us, they are surrounded by a hostile bloc and can either join it or die (trying to protect their population in Kosovo).

                Do we have anything to blame them for? As for our country and the assistance that we can provide... it all depends on how we see the future of Russia in Europe and in the world as a whole. because frankly, we have practically no allies left at all, somewhere they themselves left - seeing our weakness, somewhere we showed indecision, and in order to reverse this trend, we need to show our teeth and help those who still have some kind of connection with us (Belarus, Serbia ...). But this is only my opinion, what our government will do, especially taking into account the SVO, I don’t know).
                1. Woodman
                  Woodman 12 December 2022 10: 03
                  +5
                  Quote: Aleksandr21
                  In 1999, we did not help Serbia (Yugoslavia), but in fact we simply betrayed

                  "Didn't help" and "betrayed" are completely different things. How is it here? Until the very collapse of the Union, Yugoslavia "played" its game and did not seek an alliance with us. According to your logic, it turns out that Yugoslavia betrayed us for 40 years? Nothing prevented the Serbs from joining the alliance of Russia and Belarus a year earlier, but they waited until they were killed with all the might of NATO, when Russia had no means left to help. For the Serbs were completely surrounded by NATO countries. In "peaceful" (before the NATO invasion) time, it would be possible to at least transfer weapons and troops through Montenegro. With the onset of NATO aggression, this opportunity was lost. And it would be possible to help the Serbs only by creating radioactive wastelands along the entire perimeter of their borders. In fact, even the launch of paratroopers on Pristina was a 100% gamble and the destruction of the column on the march would not have entailed a large-scale response. There was nothing to answer. And certainly EBN would not have dared to press the button on the core.
                  So talking about our betrayal of the Serbs is stupid. It is more logical to say that the Serbs "betrayed" themselves by playing their game all these decades.
                  Although emotionally sorry for the Serbs.
                  And further. Serbs are not needed in Europe, otherwise they would have been "squeezed out" by now. They are needed there, just like Russia - as a scarecrow for Europe. And the ability to create tension at any moment. Therefore, they are allowed to verbally object to the West's policy towards Russia. But in fact, the Serbs can neither harm the West nor help us.
                  1. Aleksandr21
                    Aleksandr21 12 December 2022 10: 49
                    -1
                    Quote: Lesovik
                    In "peaceful" (before the NATO invasion) time, it would be possible to at least transfer weapons and troops through Montenegro.


                    And who would do it? B. N. Yeltsin? Or Gorbachev before him? With such (our) government, assistance to the allies ... was initially doomed to failure, and everyone in Europe understood this, which is why NATO acted so decisively. there was no longer any opposition. And regarding the terminology "didn't help" or "betrayed" the essence, this does not change .... from a military point of view, we had the resources to stop NATO and the cry for help to Serbia in 1999 is just an attempt to seize on the hope that the elder brother will come to help because there was no longer a military force in the world capable of stopping NATO for that period of time ... but alas.

                    Quote: Lesovik
                    It is more logical to say that the Serbs "betrayed" themselves by playing their game all these decades.
                    Although emotionally sorry for the Serbs.


                    This can be said about almost all the Slavic peoples of Europe, and especially about those who owe a lot to the Russian Empire, the USSR ... that they are so ungrateful, we have done so much for you, and you are like that). But the truth is that ours simply do not know how to work correctly with allies / fraternal Slavic peoples ... (I do not take the period after the collapse of the USSR now), in fact, this refers to earlier periods ... and even now actually. nothing changed.

                    The Anglo-Saxons, and then the Americans, know how ... but ours do not.

                    Quote: Lesovik
                    But in fact, the Serbs can neither harm the West nor help us.


                    I would not say that, the Serbs are one of the last Slavic peoples who did not betray their faith + pro-Russian Serbia in the EU is dangerous for all of Europe ... because. can block many decisions regarding Russia and balance the Russophobic Baltic to some extent.
                    1. Woodman
                      Woodman 12 December 2022 11: 16
                      +1
                      Quote: Aleksandr21
                      And who would do it? B. N. Yeltsin?

                      But wasn’t it when he applied for joining the union, but after the start of NATO aggression?
                      Quote: Aleksandr21
                      Or Gorbachev before him?

                      And before them were Khrushchev, Brezhnev, Andropov in the end ...
                      Quote: Aleksandr21
                      And regarding the terminology "didn't help" or "betrayed" the essence, this does not change ....

                      Changes. Exactly the opposite. For "they did not help" due to objective and insurmountable reasons, but "betrayed" means they betrayed an official ally to whom there were obligations fixed by the contract.
                      Quote: Aleksandr21
                      especially about those who owe a lot to the Russian Empire, the USSR ... that they are so ungrateful, we have done so much for you, and you are like that

                      Did I mention how much we have done for the Serbs? I was only saying that their previous policy contributed to what they ended up with. While a strong USSR loomed behind them, they were allowed to "play" their game. But if they were an ally of the USSR, then it is likely that both states would have survived at the moment. That's just that the leadership of the Serbs remembered to become an ally of Russia only when they began to be destroyed. And not the day before.
                      Quote: Aleksandr21
                      But the truth is that ours simply do not know how to work correctly with the allies / fraternal Slavic peoples ...

                      Maybe they don’t know how, but why then say that it was WE who betrayed someone, if these very “someone” make their own choice, turning away from us?
                      Quote: Aleksandr21
                      pro-Russian Serbia in the EU is dangerous for the whole of Europe ...

                      Note - in the EU. But Serbia is not in the EU. Moreover, Serbia can turn out to be very, very useful even without being in the EU, but having logistics with Russia that is not controlled by NATO (although for this you need to have Bulgaria or Hungary in the alliance, but already taking into account full control over Ukraine). And at the moment, everything is about as he said - Serbs are not needed in Europe and the actions (political actions) of the Serbs will not be able to influence anything.
                    2. sent26
                      sent26 12 December 2022 12: 07
                      0
                      They don't know how to work.
                      They just build, feed, forgive debts.
                      They allow all these numerous "brothers" to live better than their own citizens.
                      But the problem is probably that the Soviet light industry was not able to produce beautiful and fashionable lace underpants.
                  2. alexoff
                    alexoff 13 December 2022 22: 42
                    0
                    In 1999, little was left of the Serbs, they had already managed to carry out a bunch of regroupings from the territory of the Serbian Krajina and other territories
            2. filibuster
              filibuster 13 December 2022 19: 51
              0
              You say that you surrendered, as if Yugoslavia was directly such an ally of the USSR. Socialist Yugoslavia was the state/empire of one man, Tito, and the entire multinational state rested on him.
          2. Evil543
            Evil543 12 December 2022 18: 42
            0
            I think yes. But one but. We can't get through there. Only if volunteers or Wagners in a roundabout way.
            1. sent26
              sent26 12 December 2022 19: 13
              0
              Every time, during tourist trips around Serbia, I heard about love for Russians, about respect for Putin.
              Are many Serbian volunteers now fighting in Donbass?
              1. Evil543
                Evil543 12 December 2022 20: 29
                0
                Fight and die? Someone is fighting. Everyone has their own choice. The fact that they are surrounded by "good neighbors" is enough for them.
                1. sent26
                  sent26 12 December 2022 20: 44
                  0
                  Well, yes, there are plenty of your own problems when you think about Russians.
                  So we really betrayed someone?
                  Or just seeing the consequences of sitting on two chairs?
          3. Evil543
            Evil543 12 December 2022 20: 26
            0
            In defense of the people? Yes. I don't know the authorities.
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          4. M_Wolf
            M_Wolf 13 December 2022 12: 41
            -1
            We must try to win Moldova over to our side through Transnistria (such a powerful economy and living conditions). That as a result, not Moldova will join Romania, but Romania
            (poor and destitute) wants to join Moldova (subject to leaving the alliance). If such an event (beyond the current realities) nevertheless occurs, then the NATO blockade of Serbia will be broken.
          5. smart ass
            smart ass 13 December 2022 21: 31
            -2
            Why not? Serbia is Russia's last ally in Europe
      3. white fall
        white fall 12 December 2022 07: 28
        -7
        Do we need brothers like this? Who will throw us at the first opportunity? And there is no need to talk about the people here - I'm talking about power, and it is always like a weather vane
        1. Aleksandr21
          Aleksandr21 12 December 2022 08: 23
          +3
          Quote from Whitefall
          Do we need brothers like this? Who will throw us at the first opportunity?


          If the Serbian government wanted to, it would have severed all relations with Russia a long time ago (after February 24), but they manage to somehow try to balance, in the situation in which they find themselves .... this is worthy of respect, given the fact that Serbia is completely surrounded by EU / NATO countries, its economy is almost completely dependent on the West (they will blockade and that's it), and its armed forces are not comparable to the armed forces of NATO countries. Can more be done in this situation?
    2. laws70
      laws70 12 December 2022 07: 45
      -7
      Vucic still wanted to sit on two chairs, both yours and ours.

      Look at Vučić (you don't have to listen) - what kind of fighter is he?!
    3. man
      man 12 December 2022 08: 18
      -1
      Vucic still wanted to sit on two chairs, both yours and ours. When it comes to such powers that you are either for them or for us. There is no middle. Here is the result of throwing.
      Apparently he takes an example from Yeltsin ... the times of Milosevic
    4. marat2016
      marat2016 12 December 2022 09: 51
      0
      And how can the Russian Federation actually help? Express deep concern? Arms deliveries? Massed (such as several regiments of air defense systems and half a hundred Su-35s would not have been pulled by the Russian Federation early - the Serbs do not have that kind of money, and free is not an option) supplies could not be. And looking at Syria, where the presence of the WB of the Russian Federation does not prevent Israel from shooting at Syria, it makes no sense for the Serbs to deal with the Russian bases. Well, that's all. The Russian Federation cannot guarantee something to the Serbs, simply due to the lack of tools for implementing guarantees.
      1. smart ass
        smart ass 13 December 2022 21: 33
        -1
        Well, at least they could throw in s300 air defense systems, tori, beeches, MANPADS shells a couple of thousand
        1. marat2016
          marat2016 13 December 2022 22: 31
          0
          At a minimum, this is about $ 2 billion. At whose expense ?
          1. smart ass
            smart ass 14 December 2022 03: 09
            -1
            And for whose brush does it go? Have you been asked if you need it or not?
            1. marat2016
              marat2016 14 December 2022 07: 55
              0
              In fact, no one will make such a gift to Serbia. Under the USSR, they could still afford this, which, by the way, was negotiated ....
        2. marat2016
          marat2016 13 December 2022 22: 32
          0
          The Serbs mastered a dozen "Shells", and they took more serious air defense systems from the PRC, I wonder for what reasons .....
  2. laws70
    laws70 12 December 2022 07: 42
    +3
    But they (the Kosovo security forces) invaded there, and the international community pretends that nothing bad and serious happened.

    It was a matter of time, but Vucic did nothing to prepare for this event. He has some political games.
  3. Rybkin
    Rybkin 12 December 2022 08: 26
    +2
    All this is similar to the case when "it's too late to drink Borjomi if the kidneys fail." Vucic said so much! - Well, just the Serbian Mihalsergeich ... Yes, and the results are similar, prooo everything.
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