Turks and Chechens are preparing a new “Ukraine” in the Balkans – Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs A. Vulin urgently to Putin

Movement of Serbian Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft systems 15 km from Serbia-Kosovo border – The “Fire” from Kosovo will spread all over the Balkans reaching Bulgaria and Northern Greek borders

We have a new development a little while ago, after it was made public that mobile arrays of Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft systems were moved 15-20 km from the border of Kosovo, while on the other side we have Turkish infantrymen patrolling next to Serbian civilians as US troops are deployed on main roads in the north of Kosovo since last Friday, after tensions rose after political talks between the leaders of Serbia and Kosovo broke down in Brussels.

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti last Thursday failed to reach an agreement on long-standing border and mutual recognition issues that have fueled tensions in the Balkans and added to Europe’s instability amid the war in Ukraine. .

The developments in Kosovo will be rapid, since under extreme secrecy, a mass pogrom of the remaining Serbs is being prepared with the action of Turks and Chechens.

Chechen very dangerous extremists, from the environment of the organizations of Ichkeria (Chechnya), together with Circassian separatists visited Kosovo, where they met with their Albanian “counterparts” to participate in hostilities in Ukraine.

This was stated by the president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, in a meeting with representatives of Serbs from Kosovo, but also revealing plans against the former Serbian province.

“In the last two days of July and the first three days of August 2022, a group of Chechens and Circassians, opponents of the current government in Chechnya of Ramzan Kadyrov, were in Kosovo with two goals. One was to monitor the situation in the north of the former Serbian province, and the other was the additional recruitment of Albanians to join the conflict in Ukraine,” the Serbian leader said.

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The group included Akhmed Ruslanovich Bakaev, Idris Azarsanov and individuals with the initials HA and MA. The latter two, according to Vucic, are linked to a Chechen gang member Dzhambulat Suleymanov and a “brigadier”, the now self-proclaimed prime minister of the defunct republic of “Ichkeria” Akhmed Zakayev.

On August 3, the Chechens entered the Zubin Potok community in northern Kosovo and met with a Turkish citizen with the initials DIKh., who likely plays a key role with Turkish intelligence.

The Chechens were interested in the situation in the north of the former Serbian province, the readiness of the local Serbian population to resist the authorities in Pristina, and many other things that caused concern in Belgrade.

“Furthermore, the North Caucasus separatists asked about ways to provide information to foreign intelligence agencies about the possibilities of neutralizing Kosovo Serb associations,” Russian sources said.

It is noteworthy that the day after this information was made public, Serbian Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin made an emergency trip to Moscow to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

It is recalled that at the end of July, during the escalation of tension in Kosovo, due to the plans of the Pristina authorities to prohibit the entry of vehicles with Serbian license plates into the territory of the autonomous region, there were calls from Ukraine for armed support of the Kosovars.

“If Serbia invades Kosovo, we must protect the Kosovars,” said Oleksiy Goncharenko, a member of the Ukrainian parliament (Verkhovna Rada). Ukraine with its troops are ready to act on the ground. Serbia is trying to start a war of aggression, making use of Putin’s method. As I said, Serbia is Putin’s Trojan horse in Europe,” the Ukrainian MP emphasized.

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Goncharenko’s party colleague Nikolay Knyazitsky also insisted on the need to recognize Kosovo’s quasi-democracy.

“In Kosovo, 92% are Albanians. It is obvious that in this situation we can rely either on the Helsinki Accords or on the right of nations to self-determination. Since Kosovo has signed the Association Agreement and is, in fact, a candidate for EU membership, as is Ukraine, I think we should obviously recognize them,” he stressed.

In any case, Greece and many countries in the region, including Skopje, Montenegro, etc., would only have to lose by giving reason to Albanian nationalism and the Chechen plans for war in the so-called powder magazine of Europe.

Let it be understood by everyone that, every … change of borders in the Balkans means … a fierce and big war that directly threatens all the countries of the region.

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