Pristina’s provocations & the EU’s ultimatums bear echoes of the same coercion Serbia was subject to during the Rambouillet accords over 20 years ago.
Russia’s MOD reveals militants in Idlib are preparing false flag attacks with toxic chemicals to falsely frame Syrian forces, just as they did in Douma 2018.
While the collective West insist on BiH’s compliance with their policy, they also paradoxically stress their commitment to its sovereignty.
As Russia announces mobilisation of its military reservists, NATO appears to be readying its reservists in the armed forces of its de-facto members and partners.
Maduro’s offer to help stabilise the global energy market may be overlooked, given the West’s sabotaging of all relations with global energy providers.
Ukraine’s Prime Minister, Denys Shmyhal has requested more weapons from the EU, suggesting Ukraine could help alleviate the EU’s energy crisis.
Although the West’s condemnation of possible secession in BiH is taking spotlight, the divisive nature of further NATO integration in the country should not escape scrutiny.
The raiding of public funds to line the pockets of arms firms providing weapons to Ukraine, can only sustain Ukraine’s unwinnable war and horrendous losses.
While discussions between the two appear to have been civil, NATO has a history of hearing without listening. Greater uncertainty also surrounds a meeting between the Serbian & Kosovan PMs on Thursday.
Kosovo PM, Albin Kurti’s assertion of military preparedness and blaming of Russia for escalating ethnic tensions, ignores Pristina’s recent inflammatory policies targeting Serbs, and the destabilising role of NATO in the region.