CEAS Press Release: Joint tendentious, misogynistic enterprise with additional elements of defamation and intimidation of convicted war criminal Vojislav Šešelj and Happy TV against Jelena Milic and CEAS

As a guest on the Happy TV morning program on 23 November 2020, Vojislav Šešelj, a convicted war criminal, stated the following: "Katarina just asked me why I came here with a mask. If Katarina was alone on the show, I would have come without a mask, but since you are here Marić, you represent a grave danger because you hang out with Jelena Milić a lot…She carries a whole zoo with her… Marić endeavors to tame NATO crabs. So I will not mention her in that context, but rather Marić. "

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CEAS Announcement on the Occasion of the International Day of Defenders of Women's Human Rights and Brankica Janković's Re-Election to the Position of Commissioner for Protection of Equality

The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia elected Brankica Janković as Commissioner for Protection of Equality, which is her second term of office at the helm of this allegedly independent institution, in a non-inclusive procedure accompanied by many shortcomings, which the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) deems a bad choice.

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CEAS Press Release - Do Not Withdraw From Multinational Operations

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.

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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!

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