CEAS press announcement: The case of the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies and its Director Jelena Milić confirms that Serbia is not a state with the rule of law

Belgrade, December 25 – Years of the Prosecutor’s Office inaction regarding the criminal charges filed by the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) and its Director Jelena Milić including: bullying, threats, racial and other discrimination of known public figures, as well as the attack on CEAS website, indicate that in Serbia there is a direct influence of politics on the judiciary.

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CEAS press – Narodna stranka does not understand the current geopolitical trends or military neutrality

The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies is unpleasantly surprised by the ignorance of political processes in the world and/or amateurish logical fallacy shown by the vice president of Narodna stranka, Zdravko Ponoš. To score cheap political points, a few days ago Ponoš commented on a somewhat vague statement by the Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin about the participation of Serbian forces in the fight against terrorism.

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CEAS announcement - Dialogue on Kosovo is long overdue for Serbia

The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade in principle welcomes the invitation of Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić for a more intensive dialogue on Kosovo. The point is after all that Serbia symbolized by Vučić finally joins the dialogue about Kosovo in a responsible and fact-established way, together with all those who have for all these years talked with Kosovo and about Kosovo -  a group of professional and consistent civil society organizations dealing with human rights, transitional justice and foreign and security policy of Serbia, prominent journalists and commentators and some politicians of socio-political orientation.

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CEAS press release - Prime Minister-designate Ana Brnabić will be held directly responsible for all the issues that would arise if Aleksandar Vulin becomes the Minister of Defense in the new government

 

The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade would like to express a grave concern regarding the proposal put forward by Ana Brnabić, the Prime Minister-designate, who will form the new government, to appoint Aleksandar Vulin as the Minister of Defense.

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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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