Viena iškiliausių Serbijos ir Vakarų Balkanų politologių Jelena Milič tikina, kad praėjus beveik dvidešimčiai metų po konflikto Jugoslavijoje pabaigos, Rusija serbus vis dar „maitina“ jų kaltės kruvinuose įvykiuose neigimo naratyvu. Tai, pasak analitikės, skamba itin patraukliai tiems, kurie yra tiesiogiai atsakingi už dešimtajame dešimtmetyje įvykdytus nusikaltimus ir padarytas klaidas.
With its head in Europe but its heart in Russia, Serbia warmly welcomed Vladimir Putin on a visit to Belgrade. The Russian president, who has accused the "US and some other Western countries" of destabilising the Balkans, has signed agreements with president Aleksandar Vucic for close cooperation on military and energy relations.
Director of CEAS Ms.Jelena Milić among signatories - Open Letter by European Security Experts to President of the European Commission J. C. Juncker and High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy Federica Mogherini
Dear President of the European Commission,
Dear High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy,
On Sunday, March 4, a chemical weapons attack was conducted on European soil for the first time in over 70 years. Sergei and Yulia Skripal were poisoned in Salisbury with a military-grade nerve agent of a type developed by Russia. The attack was accompanied by a massive disinformation campaign by Russia. The EU was quick and determined in its response. It condemned the attack strongly and many of its member states expelled Russian diplomats.
BELGRADE – Sixth Belgrade NATO week, organised by the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) and supported by NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division and US Embassy in Serbia, started today in the Palace of Serbia.