Saradnja Srbije i SAD u odbrani treba da se proširi

Ministar odbrane Srbije, Nebojša Stefanović, i zamenica pomoćnika sekretara SAD za odbranu, Lora Kuper, razgovarali su danas putem video linka o saradnji dve zemalje i zaključili da postoji interes da se u odbrani nastavi saradnja proširi na nove oblasti.

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NATO O BAZI NA CRNUŠI: To je odluka kosovskih vlasti

NATO je saopštio da su odluku o izgradnji baze Kosovskih bezbednosnih snaga na Crnuši donele kosovske vlasti i podsetio da je pre sprovođenja bilo kakvih aktivnosti na Severu Kosova od strane KBS neophodno odobrenje komandanta Kfora.

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General Hodžis: Diplomatskim i ekonomskim sredstvima izbegavati konflikte

VAŠINGTON — “NATO intervencija u bivšoj Saveznoj Republici Jugoslaviji (SRJ) doprinela je zaustavljanju etničkog čišćenja kosovskih Albanaca i stvorila mogućnost za umerenije lidere na svim stranama da nađu političko rešenje”, stav je Frederika Bena Hodžisa bivšeg glavnokomandujućeg američkih kopnenih snaga u Evropi, koga je Glas Amerike kontaktirao povodom dvadeset druge godišnjice početka intervencije Severnoatlantske alijanse.

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Intervencija NATO 1999. stvorila mogućnost za umerenije lidere na svim stranama

NATO intervencija u Saveznoj Republici Jugoslaviji (SRJ) doprinela je „zaustavljanju etničkog čišćenja kosovskih Albanaca i stvorila mogućnost za umerenije lidere na svim stranama da nađu političko rešenje”, izjavio je Frederik Ben Hodžis, koji je komandovao kopnenim snagama SAD u Evropi od 2014. do 2017. godine.

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2020 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Serbia

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Department of State will release an addendum to this report in mid 2021 that expands the subsection on Women in Section 6 to include a broader range of issues related to reproductive rights.​

The Republic of Serbia is a constitutional, multiparty, parliamentary democracy, led by a president. The country held extraordinary elections for seats in the unicameral National Assembly (parliament) on June 21 and presidential elections in 2017. International observers stated the country efficiently organized the June 21 elections in difficult circumstances, but the dominance of the ruling party, the opposition parties’ lack of access to the media, and the lack of media diversity overall limited voters’ choice. A coalition led by President Aleksandar Vucic’s Serbian Progressive Party won an overwhelming majority with more than 60 percent of the vote. The Republic Electoral Commission ruled that elections had to be rerun in 234 of 8,253 municipalities–an unusually high number–due to calculation errors in the voting and other confirmed irregularities. In 2017 Vucic, leader of the Serbian Progressive Party, was elected president, winning approximately 55 percent of the vote in the first round. International observers stated that the 2017 presidential election was mostly free but that campaigning ahead of these elections was tilted to benefit the ruling party.

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