Serbian politician explained the reason for Russia's withdrawal of troops from Kosovo and Metohija

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Serbian politician explained the reason for Russia's withdrawal of troops from Kosovo and Metohija

During an interview with the Serbian TV channel PRVA, the leader of the Radical Party of Serbia, Vojislav Seselj, explained the reasons for the withdrawal of Russian troops from Kosovo and Metohija.

According to Seselj, Russia was forced to withdraw its troops from the region due to the refusal of the former head of the Serbian government, Zoran Djindjic, to provide Russian soldiers with food and other necessary resources.



Then the Russians realized that they had nothing to do in Kosovo and Metohija, when the Serbs already believed that they were not needed

- Seselj said.

Seselj also analyzed the interview of Russian leader Vladimir Putin with American journalist Tucker Carlson, noting that Carlson turned out to be a greater diplomat than a significant part of Western politicians.

Seselj spent almost 12 years in prison under the verdict of the so-called tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, organized by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, but was unexpectedly paroled for health reasons in 2014, and in 2016, completely acquitted by the decision of the aforementioned tribunal. In April 2018, the acquittal was overturned, Seselj was sentenced to 10 years in prison, but the 12 years previously spent in custody were credited.

The politician strongly opposes Serbia's accession to the European Union and this country's cooperation with NATO, while supporting the closest cooperation between Belgrade and Moscow. He is also known as the author of more than 50 scientific and political published works, including the three-volume book “There was no genocide in Srebrenica.”

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  1. +4
    14 February 2024 12: 34
    Honest and self-critical. It is not the Russians who are to blame for the fact that the Russians left, but the “Euro-Serbs”.
    Someday it will reach the Armenians.
    1. 0
      15 February 2024 17: 30
      Quote: faterdom
      Someday it will reach the Armenians.

      I doubt it, the Maidan of the brain is incurable.
  2. +1
    14 February 2024 12: 44
    Peacekeepers from Russia were in Kosovo until 2003, when the Russian contingent (650 military personnel) was withdrawn from Kosovo, and its property was transferred free of charge to the command of the peacekeeping forces; in return, militia units from Russia arrived[18]. Chief of the General Staff of the RF Armed Forces Anatoly Kvashnin named the main reason for the withdrawal of Russian troops from the region as Russia’s lack of real interests in the Balkans and financial difficulties - the Ministry of Defense decided to save 28 million dollars, which were spent annually on maintaining the Russian contingent[19][20].

    As a matter of fact, it was not possible to bring Russian troops into Kosovo for the purpose of deploying Serbian-dominated areas; NATO countries banned the flight of aircraft carrying paratroopers, for the landing of which they occupied the airfield in Pristina, so keeping a small group there, scattered throughout the territory, lost all meaning.
  3. 0
    14 February 2024 14: 57
    Seselj spent almost 12 years in prison under the verdict of the so-called tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, organized by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, but was unexpectedly paroled for health reasons in 2014, and in 2016, completely acquitted by the decision of the aforementioned tribunal. In April 2018, the acquittal was overturned, Seselj was sentenced to 10 years in prison, but the 12 years previously spent in custody were credited.


    Circus with horses
  4. 0
    15 February 2024 12: 32
    Strateška greška Rusa, da su ostali na Kosovu u Slatini sve bi bilo drugačije, napravili ste grešku, mogli ste nam pomoći ali....

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