Foreign Minister Heiko Maas in an interview with “Der Spiegel” on the transatlantic partnership and the efforts to save the INF Treaty.
Given the complex political and security situation in which negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina are happening on the one hand, and the demonstrations by a part of the opposition under the slogans #1in5million and #StopTheBloodyShirts that are allegedly held also because of the failings in the rule of law on the other, CEAS is inviting the democratic public in Serbia, members of the international community from the West, local reporters as well as correspondents of the western media, both independent and public, to pay attention to the statement by Rada Trajkovic, who has recently become very present in certain media outlets.
Response to the statement by Jelena Milic, President of the Center for Euro-Atlantic Integration and NATO lobbyist attacking the Army of Serbia Union and its President Novica Antic
THERE IS A SECRET CONNECTION…
It has been a while since Jelena Milic, NATO official in Serbia, became the measure and the indicator of phenomena and the ways the Serbs and Serbia should not [sic] be heading! These ways are well-treaded tracks of statelessness, slave owners’ conquer of Serbian workers, disbanding of the Serbian Army, taking away and sharing an inalienable part of Serbian territory, justifying the criminal bombing of Serbs in 1999… It has been a while since Ms. Milic is swinging the “Euro-Atlantic” sword with which she cuts the Serbs for being genocidal by using invented massacres, not shying away in her hysteria and her anti-Serbian necrophilia even from offending the late actor Nebojsa Glogovac only because “he had shown sympathy for Ratko Mladic”.
CEAS warns of dangerous, false and tendentious actions by Novica Antic and the Army of Serbia Trade Union
The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) is expressing grave concern because of systematic, tendentiously false statements by the president of the Army of Serbia Trade Union Novica Antic that are violating the Constitution and the laws of the Republic of Serbia and the principle of democratic control over the armed forces, and of representative parliamentarianism itself, which has one of the key roles in the democratic oversight of the security system, as well as the president who is and should be a politician, primarily because of possible security implications of the actions by the Army of Serbia Trade Union that he is heading, to which Serbian public is not reacting despite Antic’s open coup mongering that he justifies by his arbitrary assessment of alleged “betrayal” in relation to Kosovo. The other day Antic openly said, without hesitation: “Serbia is no one’s ancestral heritage. We have given oath to this country, to its flag and its Constitution. But not to its politicians.”