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    Podrazumevano NJUJORK TAJMS: Vučić na KiM kao centralni zaštitnik Srba!

    Poseta srpskog predsednika Aleksandra Vučića Kosovu i Metohiji ovog vikenda bio je veliki izazov nakon ubistva srpskog političara Olivera Ivanovića, ocenio je jedan od vodećih američkih dnevnika Njujork Tajms, i istakao da je Vučić stavio do znanja da pristup obe strane, i srpske i albanske, mora biti dobronameran.



    Srbima koji tamo žive, piše list, predsednik Vučih je obećao da će ih zaštiti i pozvaoih da ne odustaju od Kosova, teritorije na kojoj su, kako se navodi, Albanci većina, a kojom su nekada dominirali Srbi i oko koje se vodio rat.



    Podsećaju da su borbe na Kosovu okončane 1999. godine, nakon nasilnog raspada Jugoslavije i NATO bombardovanja Srbije, te da su Albanci Kosovo, koje Srbi slave kao kolevku svoje nacije i pravoslavne vere, proglasili nezavisnim 2008. godine, što je, kako navode, podelilo međunarodnu zajednicu.

    "Srbi moraju da ostanu i prežive u svojim domovima na Kosovu. Ne možemo da dozvolimo da se broj Srba smanji na teritoriji na kojoj živimo još od davnina", preneo je NYT Vučićeve poruke Srbima na severu Kosova.



    List navodi da je Vučić tom prilikom jasno dao do znanja da je neophodno da obe strane (srpska i albanska) deluju dobronamerno, te da je istraga o ubistvu Olivera Ivanovića prilika da albanske institucije "pokažu šta će učiniti".



    Navode i da je istakao da sa srpske strane, "neće biti milosti za počinioce, niti za nalogodavce, bez obzira na to da li im je ime srpsko ili albansko".



    List ukazuje da su tenzije velike, iako se rat na Kosovu završio pre više od dve decenije i da su obe strane svesne koliko brzo nasilni ispadi u jednoj etničkoj zajednici mogu da prerastu u međusobni sukob.



    Napominje se da je neposredan povod za Vučićevu posetu Kosovu prošlog vikenda ubistvo srpskog političara Olivera Ivanovića, koji je ubijen ispred sedišta svoje stranke.



    Navode da je policija obezbeđivala put kojim se kolona vozila sa predsednikom Srbije kretala od severa ka srpskoj enklavi na jugu Kosova.

    Ocenjuje se da je predsednik Vučić nastojao da hoda "po tankoj liniji" u nameri da svojim izjavama zadovolji sve strane - Srbe i zapadne lidere, imajući u vidu da je Srbija na evropskom putu.



    NYT za Vučića kaže da je naslednik "čvrste politike" bivšeg predsednika SRJ Slobodana Milosevića, koji je, kako navode, na vlast došao upravo "preko leđa" kosovskih Srba, kasnih 80-ih godina.



    "Kao lider Srbije, i dok je bio premijer i sada kako predsednik, Vučić nastupa, poput Milosevića, kao "centralna figura u životima Srba na Kosovu".



    Vučić je, piše list, na Kosovu dočekan po starom srpskom običaju, pogačom i solju, a dobrodošlicu su mu poželeli crkveni zvaničnici u manastiru Banjska.



    Ukazuje se da je to znak da Vučić želi da ostane blizak sa Srpskom pravoslavnom crkvom, a smatra se i "glavnim zaštitnikom srpskih političara u kosovskom parlamentu".



    Međutim, navodi list, za razliku od Miloševića, koji je prkosio i borio se protiv Zapada, "Vučić je sebe predstavio kao prozapadno orijentisanog političara odbacivši pri tom svoju radikalnu prošlost, dok Srbija pokušava da se pridruži Evropskoj uniji".



    NYT istovremeno Vučića predstavlja kao nekog ko, kako se navodi,nakon velike pobede na predsedničkim izborima u aprilu, ima nespornu kontrolu nad srpskim institucijama i medijima i pokušava, kažu, da ubedi Brisel da je njegovo odricanje od nacionalističke prošlosti znak da je spreman na kompromise.



    Podsećaju da Srbija odbija da prizna kosovsku nezavisnost i da su, uprkos tome što mora da normalizuje odnose sa Prištinom da bi se pridružila evropskom bloku, odnosi sa Prištinom u poslednjih nekoliko godina loši.


    http://www.kurir.rs/vesti/politika/2980849/njujork-tajms-vucic-na-kim-kao-centralni-zastitnik-srba



    Jeremic: Da li je unilateralna deklaracija Privremenih institucija samouprave na Kosovu o nezavisnosti od 17. februara 2008. godine u saglasnosti s međunarodnim pravom?
    Odgovor Suda pravde: Da



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    A Death in Kosovo Stokes Fears and Threatens Peace
    By MARC SANTORA and BARBARA SURKJAN. 21, 2018


    MITROVICA, Kosovo — The challenge for President Aleksandar Vucic of Serbia was steep: Visiting a neighboring country whose sovereignty he does not recognize, addressing a group of people deeply distrustful of his intentions and talking about an assassination that remains unsolved.

    In a hastily arranged visit that came on the heels of the daytime slaying of a moderate Serb politician, Oliver Ivanovic, Mr. Vucic vowed over the weekend to protect ethnic Serbs living in Kosovo, a land still reeling from Balkan wars of the 1990s, even as he called for calm.

    Mr. Vucic, speaking on Saturday in front of a 14th-century Serbian Orthodox monastery on a snow-swept mountainside, urged the Serbian population not to give up on Kosovo, a majority ethnic Albanian sliver of land that they once dominated and fought a war over.

    The fighting in Kosovo ended in 1999 after the violent disintegration of Yugoslavia and only after a United States-led NATO bombing campaign over Serbia. Kosovo, revered by Serbs as a cradle of their nation and their Orthodox faith, declared independence in 2008, a move that divided the international community.

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    Continue reading the main story “Serbs have to remain and survive in their homes in Kosovo,” Mr. Vucic told the skeptical audience of ethnic Serbs in the village of Banjska in northern Kosovo. “We cannot allow our numbers to dwindle in the land we’ve lived in since ancient time.”

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    Still, he made clear that it was imperative that both sides act in good faith in the wake of Mr. Ivanovic’s killing in the northern city of Mitrovica, not far from the monastery. The investigation is an opportunity for the ethnic Albanian institutions to “show what they will do,” he said in a statement. On the Serb side, he said, “There will be no mercy for the perpetrators nor for those who ordered it, no matter whether their name is Serbian or Albanian.”

    The war ended nearly two decades ago, but tensions remain high and all sides are aware how quickly violent episodes in one ethnic community can morph into a conflict with another. Mr. Vucic’s arrival was precipitated by the death of Mr. Ivanovic, 64, who was shot five times in the chest on a street, his body splayed out on the sidewalk just steps from the office of the political party he led.

    As Mr. Vucic’s motorcade sped from the north to a Serbian enclave in the south of the country, hundreds of officers lined the highway, standing guard in a blinding snowstorm.

    The Serb leader tried to walk a fine line on his visit, working to satisfy different audiences — the Serbian people, and the Western leaders he is courting as he seeks to join the European Union.

    Mr. Vucic is a political descendant of the former Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic, who rose to power on the backs of Kosovo Serbs in the late 1980s. As the leader of Serbia, both as prime minister and now as president, Mr. Vucic is taking a page from the Milosevic playbook, casting himself as the central figure in the lives of Serbs living in Kosovo.

    Mr. Vucic, who was greeted by high church officials with a loaf of bread and a thimble of salt on his arrival at the Banjska monastery, has also sought to keep close ties with the Serbian Orthodox Church and is thought to be the main patron of Serb politicians serving in the Kosovo Parliament.

    But unlike Mr. Milosevic, who defied and fought the West during his rule, Mr. Vucic has cast himself as pro-Western, declaring a break with his radical past as Serbia tries to join the European Union.

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    Continue reading the main story Mr. Vucic, who has had almost unchallenged control of Serbia’s institutions and news media since his landslide victory in the presidential election in April, has been trying to convince Brussels that shedding his nationalist past is a sign that he is willing to make painful compromises.

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    Kosovo Serbs waiting for Mr. Vucic’s arrival. Credit Valdrin Xhemaj/European Pressphoto Agency Thus far, however, Serbia has refused to recognize Kosovo’s independence. And while it must show a track record of improved relations with its neighbor in order to join the bloc, the ties have soured in recent years.

    In Serbia, the news media routinely lashes out against Albanians and Serbs who back any sort of compromise on Kosovo, using derogatory language to disseminate Mr. Vucic’s populist message against Kosovo’s independence, experts say.

    “Kosovo, and Serbs in Kosovo, have always been the central part of a nationalist and populist rule in Serbia,” said Dragan Popovic, a political analyst who leads the Policy Institute, an independent think tank in Belgrade.

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    Mr. Vucic is no exception. If he wants to remain in power, Mr. Popovic said, he must keep Serbs in a constant state of fear, particularly in Kosovo, where he has tried to cast himself their protector and savior.

    “That was the reason he went there immediately after the death of a politician whom he accused of being a traitor,” Mr. Popovic said.

    After laying a wreath on the sidewalk where Mr. Ivanovic was killed, Mr. Vucic spoke with local leaders in Mitrovica and said that the murder had created an “awful atmosphere.”

    He knew his message was not one that many in the crowd wanted to hear. “People are scared and feeling attacked,” he said. But he said it was better to allow the investigation into the killing to play out and for political leaders to talk than for “any bullets to fly.” At the same time, Mr. Vucic said the talks with Kosovo officials on normalizing relations would not resume in Brussels until the murder was solved.

    Solving the crime under normal circumstances would be challenging. The shooter fled in a car that was later found to have been burned almost beyond recognition — probably destroying any forensic evidence — and there are few promising clues.

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    Continue reading the main story And the situation in Kosovo complicates matters. In a statement issued just hours after Mr. Vucic’s travel plans were announced, the American ambassador in Kosovo, Greg Delawie, warned that “no one should take advantage of this crime for political ends.”

    He also warned the leaders of Kosovo — a country of 1.8 million people, predominantly ethnic Albanians — that it would be a mistake to pass a law suspending a war crimes court responsible for prosecuting former members of a Kosovo Albanian guerrilla group for atrocities during the war of independence.

    In his visit to Kosovo over the weekend, Mr. Vucic was met by skeptical and tense crowds. “President, help us all!” one person shouted. “We are all targeted, we are guilty of being Serbs.”

    “Please, can you guarantee safety on our own land?” another yelled.

    Mr. Vucic’s critics accuse him of stoking those fears because they are politically useful, but he has also been trying to keep them in check. While Mr. Vucic called on the authorities in the Kosovar capital, Pristina, to properly investigate the murder, he said the government in Belgrade was looking into ways to strengthen defenses of Serbs in Kosovo, including from threats originating in their own community — a bitter complaint that Mr. Ivanovic voiced as people’s main concern in Mitrovica and around the north.

    “What’s most important for us is to come up with additional mechanisms to fight crime and corruption within our own ranks,” Mr. Vucic said.

    But, no matter what, he said, “we will protect the Serbs.”

    Marc Santora reported from Mitrovica, and Barbara Surk from Ljubljana, Slovenia. Valerie Hopkins contributed reporting from Mitrovica.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/21/world/europe/serbia-kosovo-aleksandar-vucic.html

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    Podrazumevano Re: NJUJORK TAJMS: Vučić na KiM kao centralni zaštitnik Srba!

    Au jbt i njih uzeo pod svoje
    Gis maj es,trust my instinct in these matters,,is attention whores,who cares,ako cete digrate kolo to ne drzimo

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    ..а ја се понадао да тамношље живље неће да му дозволи повратак назад у Србију.....дал' због претеране љубави према њему, или док се не испуне обећања,
    која им је делио "и капом и шаком".....али и онај народ нас остави на цедилу....

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    To kao 90tih, ko prvi dotrci da izjavi saucesce , taj je i napravio sacekusu....

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    Podrazumevano Re: NJUJORK TAJMS: Vučić na KiM kao centralni zaštitnik Srba!

    Skupljanje glasova na najniži način. Pokušava da svoj poraz (zbog ubistva Ivanovića) pretvori u pobedu. Siguran sam da mu je Ivanović posle zapaljenog automobila tražio zaštitu, ali su Vučić i drugovi s obzirom da ne pripada njihovoj ekipi odbili da mu pruže.
    Nažalost sve se pretvorilo u politiku. Više nismo svi ljudi. Nego, ko nije deo nas, taj je protiv nas.
    I meni bi da se bavim politikom, samo da sam iz stranke koja im nije satelit, i mene bi diskreditovali na ponižavajuće nizak način

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    Pickousti kupuje vreme koga ocito ima sve manje

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    Baron Mihauzen je za njega bio puki amater...
    Bolje da mu nisu iskamčili ta obećanja Kosovari...

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    Ako do sada nisu shvatili sva do sadasnja "obecavanja Beograda" , ondaaa...?
    "Vera , sloga i postenje, Srpsko su spasenje".
    "В конце концов все будет хорошо. Если будет плохо, значит, это еще не конец"

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    "Dijalog o KiM" i kratka i jasna Poruka jedne nase , Srpkinje , koja jasno kaze , ako ima kome (?) "Nase je ono sto nismo dali" :

    "Vera , sloga i postenje, Srpsko su spasenje".
    "В конце концов все будет хорошо. Если будет плохо, значит, это еще не конец"

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    Citat Original postavio Umri_muski Pogledaj poruku
    To kao 90tih, ko prvi dotrci da izjavi saucesce , taj je i napravio sacekusu....
    dobri stari film ...KUM

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