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« Respuesta #30 : 13 Marzo 2012, 01:39:19 »

Anniversary of Đinđić assassination marked in Serbia

BELGRADE -- Today marks nine years since the leader of the Democratic Party (DS) and Serbia's first democratically elected premier, Zoran Đinđić, was assassinated.

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Representatives of his party, members of its presidency and ministers, as well as citizens, visited his grave in Belgrade's New Cemetery.

Members of the Democratic Party (DS) Presidency led by Serbian President Boris Tadić and Đinđić's widow Ružica Đinđić, laid wreaths and paid their respects at Đinđić's grave at the New Cemetery in Belgrade.

DS vice presidents Dragan Đilas, Bojan Pajtić, Dušan Petrović and Jelena Trivan, as well as ministers from the government and several hundred members of the DS and citizens paid their respects to the former prime minister.

Ministers from Đinđić's government Aleksandar Vlahović, Slobodan Milosavljević, Gašo Knežević and former PM Zoran Živković visited the grave earlier in the day.

In the afternoon in the Yugoslav Drama Theater, young participants took part in a debate competition organized in Đinđić's honor, that was judged by President Boris Tadić and Đinđić's widow Ružica Đinđić, who heads a foundation named after the former prime minister. The DS Youth also organized a walk in his honor.

Đinđić, who came to power in January 2001 after the fall of the regime of Slobodan Milošević several months earlier, was shot and killed from a sniper rifle on March 12, 2003, in the yard of the government HQ in Belgrade.

He was one of the founders of the Democratic Party (DS), and was at its helm from 1994 until his death.

In 1997, he was elected the first non-communist mayor of Belgrade since 1945, on a ticket of an opposition coalition. His resignation was demanded after seven months by his coalition partner, the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO).

Đinđić was a veteran of the Serbian opposition to Milošević and one of the most prominent leaders of a broad coalition dubbed the Democratic Opposition of Serbia ( DOS), which went to elections in September 2000 to win both on the federal and republic levels.

Former commander of the Special Operations Unit (JSO) Milorad Ulemek aka Legija was put on trial and found guilty as the organizer of a group that conspired to kill Đinđić. Zvezdan Jovanović, in active service in the unit at the time of the assassination, was found guilty of firing the shots that killed the prime minister. Both are currently serving their 40-year prison sentences.

The members of the unit - set up in the 1990s by the state security (DB) - were found to have conspired to commit the murder with members of the Zemun Clan organized crime gang.

"Political background unsolved"

Journalist Vojislav Tufegdžić said on Monday that since the end of the trial for Đinđić's assassins, "nothing has been done to shed further light on his murder".

"Everything that has been said about the background of the murder in all these years received no backing in some evidence, or facts," he noted.

According to Tufegdžić, it is good that an indictment was recently raised against several members of the now disbanded JSO for their participation in a protest organized in late 2001 - and that the incident will go to court and is treated as armed mutiny.

"In hindsight, the mutiny clearly had some strong political background, considering that it (the unit) was at the time an armed force that could not be, or would not be, stood up to, because of its strength, real or imagined. In any case, there are many converging points with politics - I am not saying, direct involvement, but converging points with politics and politicians did exists," said this journalist, and added that it remains to be determined during the court proceedings whether this convergence happened "before or after the mutiny".

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« Respuesta #31 : 13 Marzo 2012, 01:43:47 »

Sixth anniversary of Milošević's death

POŽAREVAC -- Ruling Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) and opposition Serb Radical Party (SRS) officials on Sunday marked the sixth anniversary of the death Slobodan Milošević.

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They placed flowers on his grave in the garden of the family residence in Požarevac, easter Serbia.

Milošević served as president of Serbia and Yugoslavia, and was the founder and lifelong leader of the Socialists.

Serbian Minister of Infrastructure Milutin Mrkonjić laid a wreath on behalf of the Socialist Party of Serbia, saying that he was not visiting Milošević's grave as minister, but as vice president of the Socialists.

Mrkonjić told reporters that Milošević's family should be allowed to return to the country - and that he hoped "one of the future governments would do that".

Asked whether this issue was discussed with the coalition partners of the SPS he said: "We discuss every day. Simply, the appraisal is that the time is not right for them to return."

Vice president of Serbian Radical Party Dragan Todorović, Movement of Socialists president Aleksandar Vulin, Sloboda Association chief Uroš Šuvaković, Socialist city officials and citizens paid their tributes to the former president.

Citizens who visited Milošević's grave found two wreaths on it, one with from Milošević's wife Mirjana Marković, daughter Marija, and son Marko, and another with the name of his daughter-in-law Milica Gajić and grandson Marko.

Milošević died of a heart attack in his cell in the Hague Tribunal on March 11, in the middle of his trial for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Kosovo and Croatia, and genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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« Respuesta #32 : 13 Marzo 2012, 01:51:07 »

Socialists in old coalition, list headed by Dačić

BELGRADE -- The Socialists (SPS) and their coalition partners will once again team up for the upcoming elections, Beta news agency has learned.

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The SPS, the United Pensioners (PUPS) and United Serbia (JS) forged their alliance ahead of the 2008 parliamentary elections, and will renew it by signing a coalition agreement, said reports.

According to this agreement, Rasim Ljajić's SDPS will join the coalition in Vojvodina, for the provincial level elections.

On Sunday, United Serbia leader Dragan Marković said that his party would run in the elections, expected to take place in late April or early May, in a coalition with the Socialist party of Serbia (SPS) and the Party of United Pensioners of Serbia (PUPS), and that SPS leader Ivica Dačić would head the list.

“The coalition between SPS, PUPS, JS is a victorious one, as shown by results at all early elections that we have had and this means that people have judged us by the things that we do,” he added.

The JS leader said that he would run as an MP candidate and once again, for the third time in total, for the mayor of Jagodina.

Marković also said that the JS supported the idea to call provincial elections in Kosovo because Kosovo was an integral part of Serbia under the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia.

Marković said that the new government could not possibly be made without the JS and the SPS-PUPS-JS coalition and that the coalition would “form a government with a coalition or a party that accepts the political goals of this coalition.”
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« Respuesta #33 : 13 Marzo 2012, 01:53:52 »

Šešelj’s closing argument scheduled for March 14

THE HAGUE -- The Hague Tribunal scheduled Vojislav Šešelj’s closing argument for March 14 and 15.

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The Serb Radical Party (SRS), however, claims that his health condition is getting worse.

Šešelj was supposed to give his closing argument on Monday and Tuesday but it was postponed due to a surgery he underwent on Friday.

The Prosecution presented its closing argument on March 5-7.

Hague Tribunal Spokeswoman Nerma Jelačić said that the defendant had been transferred to hospital from his prison cell but could not state any details about his condition.

The SRS believes that Šešelj will not be in a condition to give his closing argument on Wednesday bearing in mind that his condition is deteriorating.

The Radicals said on Saturday that their leader underwent surgery to replace a faulty defibrillator he had been fitted with.

SRS leader’s legal team member Dejan Mirović said that the Hague Tribunal was obligated to inform Šešelj’s legal team about his condition but that it failed to do so.
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« Respuesta #34 : 15 Marzo 2012, 04:57:31 »

Šešelj begins his closing argument

THE HAGUE -- Serb Radical Party (SRS) leader Vojislav Šešelj said at the beginning of his closing argument that the Hague Tribunal did not act in the interest of justice.

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According to him, the court is “performing a dirty task” of the Western intelligence services which issued orders.

“The court is not legal and regular because it was formed by an incompetent body – the UN Security Council. It was not formed to bring justice but to be the UN Security Council’s tool that establishes and preserves peace,” he stressed.

“We cannot talk about justice here. This court is a political instrument, even a military instrument… This court substitutes the U.S. cavalry or the U.S. Sixth Fleet,” Šešelj stressed.

He called the Belgrade authorities “a traitorous, quisling regime” and said that the indictment against him was aimed at removing him from the Serbian political scene and destroying his party.

In order to prove his allegations, the SRS leader once again quoted former Hague Tribunal Chief Prosecutor Carla Del Ponte who said in her book that then Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Đinđić told her: “Take Šešelj and don’t bring him back”.

He stressed that he was “very satisfied with what he has achieved” during the trial and added that the most important thing was that the trial transcripts would remain and that “it was worth living because of this”.

Šešelj repeated that “he is not interested in the verdict”.

“People will most likely laugh at your verdict. There is no evidence against me,” he told the judges.

Commenting on the trial, the SRS leader said he “has been fighting for four years” for the right to represent himself, adding that he had to “risk his life in order to fight for his rights” when he went on hunger strike in 2006.

“Not even (Hermann) Goering and (Rudolf) Hess had such problems… The Tribunal is even worse than the Nuremberg court,” he said, claiming that the U.S. and Great Britain should have been put on trial in Nuremberg for bombing Germany and Japan.

According to him, in order to “correct the mistake” the Hague Tribunal “indicted 80 percent of Serbs and 20 percent of others”.

Šešelj is charged with crimes against Croats and Muslims in Croatia, Vojvodina and Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1991-1993. He is accused of crimes against humanity, political, racial and religious persecution on non-Serbs, deportation and forced removal and violation of laws and customs of war – torture, killing, cruel treatment and rampant destruction and robbery of villages, sacred places and privately- and state-owned property.

The trial began in November 2007 and the prosecution called for a sentence of 28 years in prison in its closing argument last week.

Šešelj has been in the Hague Tribunal detention since February 24, 2003 when he voluntarily surrendered.

He was in the meantime twice found guilty of contempt of court and sentenced to 15 and 18 months in prison.

The Tribunal charged him with contempt of court for the third time after he refused to remove information about the identity of protected witnesses from his website.

Hague Tribunal Spokeswoman Nerma Jelačić said late Tuesday that Šešelj had returned from the hospital where he was transferred earlier in the day.

The Serb Radical Party (SRS) said late Tuesday that Šešelj was again sent to the hospital when his condition took a sudden turn for the worse.

He underwent the second surgery last Friday to repair the faulty defibrillator he had been fitted with in early January.

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« Respuesta #35 : 15 Marzo 2012, 05:00:46 »

Tadić "to assess risk" of early presidential vote

BELGRADE -- Democratic Party (DS) official Dušan Petrović says President Boris Tadić will based on risk assessment decide whether early presidential election will be held.

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“It is necessary to pay attention to the stability of institutions, this is why our system does not envisage holding of all elections at the same time and it is being carefully analyzed whether there are risks to hold the presidential elections together with the parliamentary ones,” he told B92.

According to him, important decisions cannot be made at the time when the elections are held.

“The president will make a decision whether there would risks if he was not in office for 45 days and if Slavica Đukić-Dejanović, as the Serbian parliament speaker, took over the president’s duties, and if the presidential elections would be held at the same time as the parliamentary ones,” Petrović pointed out.

The parliament speaker, who will call the presidential elections, said that the elections would be called once Tadić had decided.

“The presidential elections will be held, but it depends on President Tadić whether they will be held in the end of the year, a little sooner or the same day as the parliamentary elections and he will decide whether we will have the elections sooner or whether he will have a full mandate,” Đukić-Dejanović stressed.

She added that the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) candidate for president was SPS leader Ivica Dačić.

“The SPS will take part in all the elections, if there should be presidential elections our candidate will be Dačić, because he as an interior minister and deputy prime minister has personal popularity, he has improved police’s reputation and citizens like him,” she explained.

The speaker noted that Dačić would be Socialists’ candidate for prime minister if presidential elections were not held.

Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) leader Tomislav Nikolić said that Tadić “if he is an honorable man, should resign as Serbian president and call the presidential elections”.

“He is giving himself another ten days for the campaign and then he will resign and call the elections,” he said.
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« Respuesta #36 : 15 Marzo 2012, 05:02:08 »

Local elections "not KFOR's concern"

BELGRADE -- KFOR Commander Erhard Drews has stated that the NATO mission in Kosovo was not interested in local elections, as this is not an issue of its concern.

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“KFOR must guarantee freedom of movement and security to all citizens, as well as help normal functioning of all legal crossings,” Drews told Belgrade-based daily Blic.

He underlined that the freedom of movement in northern Kosovo was improving but that KFOR could not be satisfied until full freedom of movement was secured to all people in the north.

Commenting on the removal of barricades near the Jarinje and Brnjak administrative crossings, Drews said that it was always good to remove barricades as they affected human lives.

He added that there was a number of illegal crossings that KFOR knew about and therefore searched vehicles in order to prevent smuggling, while loaded trucks were redirected towards official crossings.

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« Respuesta #37 : 15 Marzo 2012, 05:03:09 »

Region's air carriers advised to unite

BELGRADE -- In order to survive in the market, national carriers in the former Yugoslavia countries will need to unite into a single airline, says Ulrich Schulte Strathaus.

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The secretary general of the Association of European Airlines (AEA) noted that "the once single Yugoslav market is now fragmented, and a regional solution is necessary".

The region needs an airline that would cover local needs and connect with global hubs, Strathaus said.

He was referring to Slovenian Adria Airways, Croatia Airlines, Serbia'a Jat Airways and Montenegro Airlines.

Strathaus believes that certain markets in the former Yugoslavia are too small to have their own national carrier.

He noted that Serbia cannot find an investor for Jat, Croatia Airlines and Montenegro Airlines are operating with mounting problems and that BH (Bosnia) Airlines will go bankrupt when Turkish Airlines ceases financing it.

In the EU, there are too many registered airlines - more than 500, he said.

The Association of European Airlines has 34 members, mostly national carriers.
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« Respuesta #38 : 04 Abril 2012, 16:13:42 »

El presidente serbio dimite y abre la vía para adelantar las elecciones
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« Respuesta #39 : 26 Septiembre 2012, 08:33:06 »

Former minister, now MP, "under investigation"

BELGRADE -- PM Ivica Dačić on Tuesday confirmed that an investigation into the dealings of Oliver Dulić and a company "from the dubious privatizations list" was ongoing.

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The premier, who also serves as interior minister, declined to present any other details of the case.

When asked by reporters whether the Slovenian prosecution was involved, Dačić responded by saying that "the process in ongoing and information is being sought from Slovenia concerning one company in that country".

"As part of the investigations that are being conducted, there is, among others, one that is being dealt with by the working groups formed within the police and the prosecution. I cannot speak about what they are investigating, but in any case it is one of the companies that are on the famous lists of dubious privatizations," he further noted.

Oliver Dulić served as minister of environment, spatial planning and mining in the previous government.

He is a high-ranking official of the now opposition Democratic Party (DS), and currently a member of the Serbian parliament.

"No idea what this is about"
Reacting to Dačić's statement, Dulić on Tuesday told reporters that he "had no idea what this was about", and that he "did not know what he had to do with some Slovenia and some company".

He also noted that he would not invoke his parliamentary immunity.

"I am happy that the state organs have at last taken on their part of the job when it comes to a synchronized manhunt being conducted against me for some weeks now, and I'm glad that all the allegations concerning my work will be examined where they belong," Dulić told B92, and added:

"I will with pleasure answer any questions of the state organs when they invite me. I am calling on the interior minister to inform the public of the course of this investigation and its conclusion with equal speed and efficiency, because I am certain that the conclusion will be to the misery of all those who are attempting to place the previous government in prison, and that finally it will be confirmed that we worked honorably, honestly, and in line with the law."
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« Respuesta #40 : 26 Septiembre 2012, 08:49:35 »

Nikolic: Llegar a un acuerdo, pero no cumplir todos los deseos de los albaneses

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El presidente de Serbia, Tomislav Nikolic, declaró en Nueva York, que es obligación de Serbia aplicar lo acordado en el diálogo con Pristina, pero que ello no significa cumplir todos los deseos de la parte albanesa, siendo que la parte ni siquiera exige lo concertado con la Resolución 1244. Nikolic destacó que ya no podrá ocurrir que un hombre o un partido negocien sobre Kosovo y Metohia en nombre de Serbia, sino que el diálogo entre Belgrado y Pristina tiene que elevarse a un nivel más alto, es decir, que el Gobierno y el presidente de Serbia sean responsables de todo lo que se logre en las negociaciones. Nikolic advirtió que Serbia tiene ahora restringido el margen de maniobra para discutir sobre la solución del problema de Kosovo y Metohia.
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« Respuesta #41 : 26 Septiembre 2012, 21:03:26 »

Kosovska Mitrovica municipal building stoned

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA -- Unknown persons during the night attacked with stones the building housing the municipal administration of northern Kosovska Mitorovica.

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A window was broken as a consequence, while no injuries have been reported, Kosovo police, KPS, official Ergin Medić told reporters.

The incident represents the latest in a series of attacks against the building, that have been taking place over the past several months.

The building is located on the road leading toward the ethnically mixed village of Suvi Do in northern Kosovska Mitrovica.

No perpetrators were identified after any of the previous incidents.

The northern Kosovska Mitorovica municipality functions within the system of the Serbian government.

Office for Kosovo wants attackers punished

The Serbian government Office for Kosovo on Wednesday strongly condemned another stoning of the Kosovska Mitrovica municipal assembly building, asking that the perpetrators be found and punished.

This is yet another in a series of attacks on the municipal building and the attackers have not been found, the Office said in a release.

The Office demands that the perpetrators be found and punished and their names released to the public, in order to stop the practice of only verbally condemning the incidents, says the release.

The latest stoning is obviously a consequence of Priština's policy of raising tensions every time Priština and Belgrade come a step closer to renewing their dialogue, according to the release.

The Office for Kosovo reiterated that Serbia was committed to peace and dialogue, and that all obstacles "lie on the side of those who persist in violence being accepted as the natural way of life in Kosovo."
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-Capitán Zoran Radosavljevic antes de partir en la que sería su última misión. Base Aérea de Batanjica, Belgrado, República Federal de Yugoslavia.

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« Respuesta #42 : 11 Octubre 2012, 00:31:16 »

VICTIMS OF FASCISM COMMEMORATED IN JAJINCI

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Commemoration ceremony for the camp inmates executed in the period from 1941 to the liberation of Belgrade in October 1944 was held in the Memorial Park "Jajinci" near Belgrade. With the highest state and military honours, at the former place of execution, where for three years of war, more than 60,000 people, mostly Serbs, Roma and Jews were killed in different ways, wreaths were laid by the Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, representatives of the diplomatic corps, the city of Belgrade and the Municipality of Vozdovac , the concentration camps survivors and their descendants, representatives of associations of Roma and Jews and veterans' organizations.

Commemoration ceremony for the Victims of Fascism, shot in Jajinci, was attended by the President of the National Assembly of Serbia Nebojsa Stefanovic, ministers in the Serbian Government, the Serbian Armed Forces Chief of General Staff Lieutenant General Ljubisa Dikovic, church dignitaries and descendants of camp inmates and numerous citizens.

Addressing the gathering, Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic said, among other things, that on this day in 1944, the decision of the German occupation authorities in Belgrade was made to dismantle Banjica camp, which stopped heinous crimes against innocent people in Belgrade camps.

At this place of the Serbian tragedy at the place of execution in Jajinci the greatest number of people killed all over the Nazi-occupied Serbia. We will forever remember the victims of the occupation of Serbia and Belgrade. More than 60, more than 80 thousand people, were shot to death there; it is hard when you cannot count how much you have lost, the Serbian President said, recalling that the victims of crime in Jajinci were patriots of all nationalities, mostly Serbs, Jews and Roma.

Suffering of the innocent citizens of Serbia, whether they belonged to the liberation movement or not, oblige us to never forget that hatred and evil and violence resulting from them are the works that must not be repeated. We must not allow to forget the victims of crimes and, for the life of man, his physical and mental integrity, is his inalienable right. The commemoration of the victims is not only respect for the past, it is our obligation to the future. Remembering the victims we have to find the strength to forgive and pray for forgiveness for those to whom some of us are guilty. Only then can we move on, just such an act puts us among democratic and civilized nations where the intrinsic values are founded deep in the hearts and define their behavior, President Nikolic said and added:

Serbia is a democratic country, committed to fostering history, tradition and legacy left to us by our glorious ancestors, but it is also oriented to the future, reconciliation, the strengthening of co-existence with all nations, with those from whom we have suffered and those who died from individuals among our people. The criminals must be held accountable, no matter what nationality they are. Serbia expects that others also think this way; we do not accept any longer to be treated as people who do not deserve their freedom in their own country. We fulfill all obligations but we are looking to others to fulfill their obligations towards us. No war, violence, crime of any kind did not made good, either to criminal or victim. So the place of execution in Jajinci should always be remembered. Never again there must not happen anything like that again. There is no excuse for the crime, there is no justification for the aggression, every problem can and must be solved by compromise and talks. Violence breeds violence, and it's a vicious circle, full of bitterness and evil. That is why we want reconciliation, stability and a better life for all citizens of Serbia, the region and the world. We can do it, we sincerely wish that the crimes never happen again, and to educate our offspring value and to provide peace and acceptance of others, regardless of their religious, ethnic, gender, cultural and other differences. At the place of the largest tomb in the place of execution, there is a white dove by sculptor Vojin Stojic; it is a monument that sends the right message from this tragic place, one of those by which Serbia is recognized. We suffered the most, and we offer the hand of reconciliation, unity and love among people. Let us worship the spirits of those who thought of us, and not of themselves. It is time that some of us stop to think only of themselves and begin to think of others, so that Serbia, our mother, could once again be proud of her children, President Tomislav Nikolic said at the commemoration ceremony for the victims of fascist crimes in Jajinci.

The gathering was also addressed by the camp survivor Dusica Milacic, retired teacher from Jagodina, who was born in the camp in Banjica, on 21 May 1942. By its harrowing testimony Dušica Milacic, among other things, thanked to her rescuers, all the people who have devoted their lives to freedom and life in freedom.

In the valley of Lipovica stream in Jajinci, the place of the military training ground before the Second World War, from 1941 to 1944, the German occupiers shot from 60,000 to 80,000 people, the highest number in one place in Serbia..

Many of them were detained at Banjica camp. On the occasion of marking the 20th anniversary of the liberation of the Serbian capital, a great memorial park with a monument was erected at the largest tomb on the site of execution. At the top of the monument there is a white dove as a symbol of peace. Today, the former shooting range was renovated in a Memorial Park visited by both domestic and foreign visitors.

The commemorative ceremony in Jajinci was finished by stage recital choreographed by Jovan Ristic, with the famous champions of the Belgrade Theatre who took part in it.
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"Nosotros los pilotos tenemos el deber de repeler por lo menos la primera oleada de aviones enemigos y salvar por lo menos a un niño de nuestro país"

-Capitán Zoran Radosavljevic antes de partir en la que sería su última misión. Base Aérea de Batanjica, Belgrado, República Federal de Yugoslavia.

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« Respuesta #43 : 04 Noviembre 2012, 20:53:41 »

Serbia Arrests Kosovo Serb Over Attacks on KFOR

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A court in central Serbian town of Kraljevo has ordered Slavoljub Jovic into 30 days of custody on Wednesday on suspicion of having tried to kill members of the Kosovo protection force, KFOR, in the village of Rudare in Serb-run northern Kosovo.

The clashes erupted on the Mitrovica-Zvecan highway on June 1, close to the Rudare border crossing during the peacekeepers operation to remove roadblocks.

A Kosovo TV station, Most, reported that at least three Kosovo Serbs were also injured in the same incident from rubber bullets fired by KFOR soldiers.

Serbia's Public Prosecutor's Office on Wednesday said that after a hearing before an investigative judge, during which Jovic remained silent, the judge decided that an investigation should be launched against him.

Jovic is charged with multiple shootings at KFOR members, which left two injured and put others at risk. He is also charged with attempted murder and illegal possession of weapons and explosives.

Northern Kosovo, which borders Serbia, has long been prone to violence. Its population, almost entirely comprised of Serbs, does not recognise Kosovo's independence or the ethnic Albanian-led government in Pristina.

The region is under the de-facto control of so-called parallel institutions funded by Belgrade, which include town councils, health authorities, post offices and schools.

Since July 25 , 2011, local Serbs have erected dozens of barricades, blocking roads in reaction to a government police operation aimed at seizing border crossings with Serbia.
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"Nosotros los pilotos tenemos el deber de repeler por lo menos la primera oleada de aviones enemigos y salvar por lo menos a un niño de nuestro país"

-Capitán Zoran Radosavljevic antes de partir en la que sería su última misión. Base Aérea de Batanjica, Belgrado, República Federal de Yugoslavia.

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« Respuesta #44 : 02 Agosto 2016, 05:08:07 »

A la memoria de Milosevic

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OBLIGADO A RECONOCER LA INOCENCIA DE MILOSEVIC
Publicado 1 agosto, 2016 por Leonardo Del Grosso
Obligado a reconocer la inocencia de Milosevic
por Redacción de Canarias Semanal, en canarias-semanal.org

Diez años después de que Slobodan Milosevic, ex presidente de la desaparecida Yugoslavia,  muriera en extrañas circunstancias,  el Tribunal Penal Internacional ha exonerado al  político serbio de la responsabilidad en supuestos crímenes de guerra cometidos en Bosnia entre los años 1992-1995.

En un fallo extraordinariamente revelador, pero que los medios de comunicación occidentales han procurado mantener discretamente silenciado, la Sala de Primera Instancia del Tribunal de La Haya que condenó a Radovan Karadzic llegó en su sentencia a la conclusión, unánime, de que Slobodan Milosevic no había formado parte  en una “empresa criminal conjunta” para “limpiar étnicamente” a Bosnia  de musulmanes y croatas.

La sentencia establece que las comunicaciones interceptadas entre Milosevic y Radovan Karadzic ponen en evidencia  que el primero había calificado  como ‘un acto ilegítimo en respuesta a otro acto ilegítimo” el intento de la asamblea serbobosnia de expulsar a los musulmanes y croatas del territorio bosnio.

Asimismo, los jueces del Tribunal Internacional también encontraron pruebas irrefutables de que “Slobodan Milosevic había expresado sus reservas acerca de que una Asamblea serbobosnia pudiera excluir a los musulmanes  de Yugoslavia”.

La sentencia dice, igualmente, que en  el curso de  reuniones celebradas con  serbios y  funcionarios serbios-bosnios , “Slobodan Milosevic había afirmado que  los miembros de otras naciones y grupos étnicos debían de ser protegidos,  y que en el interés nacional de los serbios no debe figurar la discriminación en contra de otras etnias” En aquella ocasión “Milosevic declaró, además, que el crimen de los grupos étnicos debía ser combatido con energía.”

Un vilipendio generalizado

Slobodan Milosevic fue vilipendiado de manera sistemática  por toda la prensa occidental y por los políticos  de los países de la OTAN. Los medios de comunicacion de la época lo calificaron como el “carnicero de los Balcanes “, y lo compararon con Hitler. Fue acusado igualmente de   “genocida” y de ser  “un monstruo sediento de sangre”, según rezaban los titulares de los grandes rotativos europeos y estadounidenses  de entonces. Con la utilización de ese cliché falsificado se trató de justificar no sólo las sanciones económicas contra Serbia, sino también los bombardeos de la OTAN en 1999 sobre Serbia , así como la encarnizada guerra de Kosovo.

El político serbio pasó los últimos cinco años de su vida en prisión, defendiendo  tanto a su país como a sí mismo de las horrendos cargos de los crímenes cometidos durante una guerra  que ahora el Tribunal Internacional  ha reconocido que Slobodan Milosevic trató siempre de  detener.

No obstante, en su última sentencia el Tribunal Internacional de La Haya no hizo nada para que  fuera pública explicitamente conocido que en ella quedaba limpio el nombre de Milosevic de los crímenes de los que se le acusaba. Sigilosamente, los jueces enterraron entre más de 2.590 páginas  su inocencia, a sabiendas de que la mayoría de la gente nunca se iba a molestar en leer entero  tan profuso veredicto. Pero afortunadamente no ha sucedido asi.

¿Un crimen encubierto?

En estas circunstancias, vale la pena recordar que Slobodan Milosevic murió en todavía  inaclaradas circunstancias. Formalmente, su muerte  se debió a un  ataque al corazón. Este se  produjo apenas dos semanas después de que el Tribunal Interlacional rechazara su solicitud para someterse a una cirugía de corazón en Rusia. Fue encontrado muerto en su celda,  72 horas después de que su abogado enviara una carta al Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores de Rusia, en la que denunciaba que  Milosevic estaba siendo deliberadamente envenenado.

En un informe oficial del Tribunal de La Haya acerca de la investigación realizada sobre su muerte, se confirmó que se había encontrado rifampicina  en   un análisis de sangre realizado postmorten.

La presencia de rifamicina – un medicamento que nunca le había sido prescrito por sus médicos – en la sangre de Milosevic, había estado contrarrestando los efectos del  farmaco que estaba tomando contra la presión alta, hecho que  multiplicó las posibilidades de que sufriera un infarto, que finalmente terminaria siendo la causa de su muerte.

Todas estas circunstancias dieron lugar a la fundada sospecha  de que  poderosos intereses geopolíticos preferían un Milosevic muerto, antes de que finalizara el juicio, a ver cómo el Tribunal Internacional terminaba absolviéndolo por falta de pruebas. Un gran número de cables  del Departamento de Estado de Estados Unidos, filtrados por Wikileaks, confirmaron que el Tribunal estuvo discutiendo sobre la condición médica de Milosevic, así como sobre los registros médicos realizados por personal de la Embajada de Estados Unidos en La Haya, sin que para ello contaran con el consentimiento de los jueces. Todos  hechos ponen en tela de juicio que la muerte de Milosevic se debiera simplemente a “causas naturales”, tal y como pretendieron presentarla los medios occidentales.

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