CEAS public invitation to the newly elected President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić to open and hold a lecture at the CEAS fifth jubilee BELGRADE NATO WEEK

 

The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies from Belgrade (CEAS) strongly welcomes the recently presented assessment uttered by the current Prime Minister and future President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić, in which he said that “Serbia would solve a large part of its problems by joining the NATO”.

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CEAS announcement regarding Dissemination of hate speech against Albanians in the region

 

The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) welcomes all measures that the Government of the Republic of Serbia and its competent bodies are undertaking for the purpose of preventing and stopping the smuggling of weapons and committing possible terrorist and other violent criminal acts which can threaten the lives and general wellbeing of Serbian citizens. The CEAS supports all regional and global institutional activities in which Serbia participates in a transparent manner, especially activities sharing the same purpose as and involving the EU, UN and NATO.

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CEAS strongly condemns the statement about borders’ changes in Balkans

The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies from Belgrade, Serbia (CEAS) strongly condemns the statement of Jonuz Musliu, the President of the Municipal Assembly of Bujanovac and President of the National Council of Albanians in Serbia, in which he supported earlier statements by Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama and the President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaqi, about the union of Albania and Kosovo:  “The Union of Albania and Kosovo without Presevo Valley, without Medvedja, Bujanovac and Presevo, is meaningless. The key moment/issue today is that Albania and Kosovo must show Serbia that this is an essential part of Albania, which Serbia should not touch… Rama and Thaqi have the moral obligation to include ‘eastern Kosovo’ in this merging… If this does not happen, it will be a national betrayal. Presevo, Medvedja and Bujanovac are an essential part of ‘the State of Kosovo’ from which they were violently separated. That is why we had our war of liberation. This goal is written in the hearts and minds of the Albanian people. This was also confirmed on the 1st and 2nd of March, 1992, and we do not have the right to give up on something for which many members of the Liberation Army of Presevo, Medvedja and Bujanovac sacrificed their lives. I am aware that Serbia will not approve of this, as it did not approve of the separation of Kosovo. Without Nis, this is not ‘Great Albania’, and Serbia should be thankful that the Albanians are only asking for the unification of Albania, Kosovo and the Presevo Valley.”  

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CEAS announcement: On the occasion of the visit of the Minister of Defense of the United States in the process of developing a draft National Strategy for Combating Terrorism and National Security Strategy

Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) welcomes the participation of the Minister of Defense of the Republic of Serbia, Zoran Đorđević, on behalf of the Government of Serbia at the Ministerial Meeting of the Global coalition against the Islamic State (ISIS), which was held on March 22nd 2017 in Washington, DC, USA. At a meeting chaired by Rex Tillerson, US Secretary of State, there was a discussion about the key efforts of the Coalition for the fight against ISIS, including armed intervention, the fight against the recruitment of foreign fighters, funding the fight against terrorism and the stabilization of the liberated areas. The meeting was attended by representatives of 68 member countries of the Global Coalition.

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