Serbian defense minister banned from Kosovo


Serbia’s defense minister says he has been banned from entering Kosovo, denouncing its leaders as “liars.

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Kosovo last week temporarily banned Serbian officials from entering the country, saying they will reverse that position when Belgrade recognizes Kosovo’s statehood.

Using a derogatory term in Serbia for ethnic Albanians, Vulin said Kosovo’s leaders are “liars who don’t want Serbs” in Kosovo.

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Date: 2019-07-08 08:35:42
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20 years since NATO-wrought freedom, Kosovo remains in limbo

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But, though it is now independent, Kosovo and its 1.8 million people lack full international recognition. 1:25 NZ PM Ensures ban on every Semi-Automatic weapon used in Friday terror attack YouTube NATO forces are still there and relations with Serbia remain frigid despite years of European mediation efforts.

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Date: 2019-06-12T07:44:30+00:00
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Serbia Cries Censorship Over Euro Parliament ‘Tabloid Ban’

The front page of Kurir on Tuesday alleges the newspaper was banned by the European Parliament. Photo: BIRN.

Serbian government ministers on Tuesday condemned the European Parliament for limiting media freedoms after allegations that it stopped the distribution of the Serbian daily tabloid Kurir to European MPs at the request of Croatian right-wing politician Ruza Tomasic, a member of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group.

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Date: 2019-04-02T11:03:05+00:00
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Strong support of president Putin to Serbia

Serbia was visited on June 3 by the first man of Russian Duma and one of the closest associates of the Russian President Vladimir Putin. The arrival of Vyacheslav Volodin in Belgrade just a few days after the brutal intrusion of Albanian special forces in the north of Kosovo and amid strong pressure on Serbia ahead of the announced meetings in Paris in early July, sends a clear message. Serbian defense minister banned from Kosovo - news.yahoo.com news.yahoo.com / serbian - defense - minister - banned -kosovo-154624724.html BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia's defense minister says he has been banned from entering Kosovo, denouncing its leaders as "liars." Aleksandar Vulin, known for his bombastic and pro-Russia stance, said in a statement Wednesday that he and military personnel from Belgrade's military hospital wanted to visit Kosovo Serbs who live in the north of the former Serbian province. That message could be heard at a special session of the Serbian National Assembly:

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Date: 2019-06-13T08:30:10+00:00
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