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A statement from a Joint Session of the Collegiums of the Minister of Defense and Chief of the General Staff of the Serbian Armed Forces
Security challenges induced by tax introduction and formation of paramilitary forces in Kosovo and Metohija call for the Serbian Armed Forces close monitoring of any developments that may cause anxiety among the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija, once again reminding KFOR and the international community as a whole that they are primarily responsible for peace and security of all who live in Kosovo and Metohija.
On April 4, NATO will mark the 70th anniversary of the signing of the Washington Treaty, which laid the foundation for arguably the most successful alliance the world has ever seen. Yet despite all of its successes, many forget that NATO never had it easy. Throughout its long and venerable history, the Alliance not only had to address numerous external challenges and balance internal interests, but also take bold initiatives when the security of its member states was at stake. Therefore, at a time when some observers argue that the Alliance is facing various pressures, it is useful to put things into perspective, remember some of the earliest challenges NATO had to overcome, and draw some lessons from history.
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