The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) wishes to highlight several unusual circumstances in this year's European Commission (EC) report for Serbia 2020.
The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies from Belgrade (CEAS) expresses concern over the announcement that there is a possibility that the recent decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, to freeze all military exercises and activities with all partners for the next six months, will extend to the participation of Serbian forces in “peacekeeping missions". The possibility of such a decision, that was announced to the public by the Minister of Defense, Aleksandar Vulin, who also advocates it professionally, would be detrimental to our country on many levels.
CEAS press release: On the occasion of the 17th anniversary of the Goraždevac massacre and voting on the Law on the Protection of the KLA War Values at the Kosovo Assembly
The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade regrets that the deeply controversial draft Law on the Protection of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) War Values was submitted for consideration to the Kosovo Assembly, and exactly on the 17th anniversary of the Goraždevac massacre, when the children Pantelija Dakić (12) and Ivan Jovović (19) were killed, and Marko Bogićević (12), Dragana Srbljak (13), Bogdan Bukumirić (14) and Đordje Ugrenović (20) were seriously injured, while swimming in the river Bistrica, Kosovo and Metohija, on 13 August 2003. For this crime, as well as for more than a thousand of killed Serbs and members of other ethnicities, literally no one in Kosovo and Metohija has ever been held accountable!
CEAS press release regarding the systemic criminalization of citizens' associations conducted by Serbian national frequency television stations, MPs and tabloids
The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) welcomes the financial control of media workers and citizens' associations (CA) to be carried out by the Administration for the Prevention of Money Laundering (APML). At present time, we do not perceive it as an undue pressure, but we hope that certain concerns regarding the procedure will be resolved as soon as possible, as it is in the mutual interest. We emphasize that the recently published list is incomplete, as we are informed by the journalists who published it, so it’s not quite clear how it is determined who exactly is under pressure. Contrary to many on the list, CEAS is not of the opinion that the APML criminalized us by putting our name on it, since it did not publish the list, nor did it put us in that context later, in the statements made by its representatives.
CEAS press release - TV Nova's allegations about the list of subjects of investigation of the Administration for the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
Regarding the allegations of NOVA TV (Newsmax Adria), reported by Danas, N1 and NSPM, we issue a following statement:
CEAS press release - An obvious attempt to weaken the Republic of Serbia’s negotiating position in the dialogue on formalization of relations with Pristina in an effort to reach a compromise that would keep us on the European path
CEAS press release concerning last night's riots in Belgrade
The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies from Belgrade (CEAS) strongly condemns the violence and vandalism that last night's protesters resorted to.
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