BEOGRAD – Srbija je vojno neutralna, ali ima nameru da ostvari kvalitetnu saradnju sa NATO-om koja se kreće u okvirima Partnerstva za mir, što doprinosi miru i stabilnosti u regionu, poručio je načelnik Generalštaba Vojske Srbije general Milan Mojsilović na sedmoj „Beogradskoj NATO nedelji“ dodajući da Srbija ima nasleđe koje utiče ne samo na današnji odnos NATO i naše zemlje, već i buduće odnose.
The United States remains deeply concerned by the Government of Kosovo’s appointments of unqualified individuals to senior government positions – including individuals convicted of war crimes, under active indictment for serious crimes, and suspected of serious abuses of power.
The source of much of the misinformation about vaccines comes from Russia’s propaganda apparatus, which aims to exploit Americans’ fears to hurt the country.
President Aleksandar Vucic told retired US Lt. General Frederick Ben Hodges in Belgrade on Tuesday that Serbia will maintain its military neutrality but is prepared to respond to common security challenges, a press release from the president’s cabinet said.
The U.S. and Poland are in talks on boosting the number of American troops in the country, with a final agreement expected before year’s end, Poland’s top defense official said Thursday.
On May 7, 1999, as part of the NATO air campaign in the former Yugoslavia, five precision-guided bombs from a U.S. B-2 bomber struck the embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Belgrade. The bombs killed three Chinese journalists, injured around 20 Chinese citizens, and destroyed multiple structures in the embassy compound. The bombing also sparked a diplomatic crisis between the governments of the United States and China, which included major protests against the United States in many cities across China. Those three sentences are close to indisputable historical fact. Everything else about this incident and its aftermath is subject to a great deal of interpretation —interpretation that still, 20 years later, shapes the two countries’ interactions.
Direktorka Centra za evroatlanske studije Jelena Milić ocenila je danas da je mudro što predsednik Srbije Aleksandar Vučić "nije otvorio sve karte" u pregovorima o Kosovu i Metohiji.