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$100bn NATO claim: Serbian NGOs seek compensation for 1999 bombing of Yugoslavia

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$100bn NATO claim: Serbian NGOs seek compensation for 1999 bombing of Yugoslavia

Published time: March 24, 2015 12:34

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Residents stand on the rubble of houses in town of Cuprija, some 100km (65 miles) south of Yugoslav capital of Belgrade where 11 people were injured, five of them seriously including four women, after nine NATO missiles struck the centre of the town early May 29,1999.(Reuters)

to pay compensation for the massive damage inflicted during the 1999 bombing campaign against Yugoslavia.

A meeting of the Belgrade Forum for the World of Equals and the Club of Generals and Admirals in Belgrade presented an initiative to hold 28-member NATO financially accountable for the damage that Yugoslavia sustained in the attacks.

Serbian experts put the price tag of the devastation between $60 and $100 billion.

Retired General Jovo Milanovic said that NATO’s military offensive, which was unsanctioned by the United Nations, represented "a violation of all norms of international law that caused enormous material damage to Yugoslavia and huge human casualties,” Tass quoted him as saying.


The participants supported Milanovic’s proposal to pursue the legal options involving financial compensation, as well as the possibility of opening criminal proceedings against western leaders who expressed their support for the aerial attacks.

Sixteen years ago, between March 24, 1999, and June 10, 1999, NATO aircraft flew over 38,000 combat missions in Yugoslavia, mostly concentrated on the capital Belgrade and in Kosovo, the flashpoint of the conflict.

Using fighter jets as well as long-range cruise missiles from warships in the Adriatic Sea, NATO destroyed vital strategic infrastructure, including bridges, government buildings and factories. The NATO campaign also targeted critical civil infrastructure, including power plants and water-processing facilities, causing substantial environmental and economic damage to the country.

Read moreUS military convoy parades through Eastern Europe (VIDEOS)

On May 7, NATO forces bombed the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade, killing three Chinese journalists. Washington and NATO apologized for the bombing, blaming it on an “outdated map” provided by the CIA.

The NATO campaign resulted not just in the destruction of infrastructure but the death of hundreds of civilians as well.

Human Rights Watch reported that “as few as 489 and as many as 528 Yugoslav civilians were killed in the 90 separate incidents” in the US-led NATO campaign.

Serbian sources report a much higher fatality rate, saying more than 2,000 civilians and 1,000 servicemen were killed in the NATO bombardments, while more than 5,000 people were wounded and over a thousand went missing.




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‘UK earmarking money for Estern Europe over Russia’

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‘UK earmarking money for E Europe over Russia’

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British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced the creation of a UK fund for five eastern European nations against the Russian “intimidation.”

The so-called ‘Good Governance Fund’ is aimed at supporting the governments of Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina in carrying out political and economic reforms, said Cameron at the EU Summit in Brussels on Friday.

It will provide up to £20 million in its first year to the eastern European countries.

“UK expertise can play a crucial role in bringing about the reforms needed to build lasting stability in the region, especially in the face of Russian intimidation, and it is right that we step up our efforts alongside international partners,” Cameron said.

Now the former London Bureau chief of Voice of Russia, Dmitry Linnik, believes the UK’s move is an act of aggression.

“Well, it’s this new kind of aggression towards Russia from the West that is creating the problems that we are living through now and it’s a very worrying turn of events.”

The fund is based on the model of the program set up by former British PM Margaret Thatcher called the Know-How Fund which was set up in 1989, after the fall of the Berlin Wall. It was developed to support countries that had been in the Soviet Union’s sphere of influence, such as Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland and East Germany.

Ex-British PM Margaret Thatcher and former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev

“The interesting thing about that is that comparisons are not all together valid. This time the fund is aimed at isolating Russia, whereas back in 1989, the thinking was not along those lines. We know that Margaret Thatcher and the Soviet president, Mikhail Gorbachev, maintained a very positive relationship and it was in 1991,” Linnik told Press TV’s UK Desk on Sunday.

“The similarity between the Thatcher plan and the Cameron plan is that the West, and Britain here, is only a tool, a bridgehead if you will, trying only to expand its own sphere of influence. It is not about limiting Russia’s influence. It is about expanding its own.”

Cameron’s announcement of the fund comes as EU have leaders agreed to maintain economic sanctions against Russia over the Ukrainian crisis until the Minsk-2 deal is “fully implemented,” said European Council President Donald Tusk on Thursday.



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22. marta 2015. at 11:01

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Putin in film on Crimea: US masterminds behind Ukraine coup, helped train radicals

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Putin in film on Crimea: US masterminds behind Ukraine coup, helped train radicals

Published time: March 15, 2015 14:18
Edited time: March 15, 2015 15:25

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Vladimir Putin (Screenshot from ‘Crimea – The Way Home’ documentary aired by Rossiya 1 news channel)

The Ukrainian armed coup was organized from Washington, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated in an interview for a new documentary aired Sunday. The Americans tried to hide behind the Europeans, but Moscow saw through the trick, he added.

“The trick of the situation was that outwardly the [Ukrainian] opposition was supported mostly by the Europeans. But we knew for sure that the real masterminds were our American friends,”Putin said in a documentary, ‘Crimea – The Way Home,’ aired by Rossiya 1 news channel.

“They helped training the nationalists, their armed groups, in Western Ukraine, in Poland and to some extent in Lithuania,” he added. “They facilitated the armed coup.”

Putin said this approach was far from being the best dealing with any country, and a post-Soviet country like Ukraine specifically. Such countries have a short record of living under a new political system and remain fragile. Violating constitutional order in such a country inevitably deal a lot of damage to its statehood, the president said.

Read moreUS boosting ‘anti-propaganda’ budget, mulling ‘increase of lethality’ for Ukraine support – Nuland

“The law was thrown away and crashed. And the consequences were grave indeed. Part of the country agreed to it, while another part wouldn’t accept it. The country was shattered,” Putin explained.

He also accused the beneficiaries of the coup of planning an assassination of then-President Viktor Yanukovich. Russia was prepared to act to ensure his escape, Putin said.

“I invited the heads of our special services, the Defense Ministry and ordered them to protect the life of the Ukrainian president. Otherwise he would have been killed,” he said, adding that at one point Russian signal intelligence, which was tracking the president’s motorcade route, realized that he was about to be ambushed.

Yanukovich himself didn’t want to leave and rejected the offer to be evacuated from Donetsk, Putin said. Only after spending several days in Crimea and realizing that “there was no one he could negotiate with in Kiev” he asked to be taken to Russia.

Viktor Yanukovich after a news conference in Rostov-on-Don (RIA Novosti)

The Russian president personally ordered preparation of the Crimean special operation the morning after Yanukovich fled, saying that “we cannot let the [Crimean] people be pushed under the steamroller of the nationalists.”

“I [gave them] their tasks, told them what to do and how we must do it, and stressed that we would only do it if we were absolutely sure that this is what the people living in Crimea want us to do,” Putin said. He added that an emergency public opinion poll indicated that at least 75 percent of the people wanted to join Russia.

“Our goal was not to take Crimea by annexing it. Our final goal was to allow the people express their wishes on how they want to live,” he said.

“I decided for myself: what the people want will happen. If they want greater autonomy with some extra rights within Ukraine, so be it. If they decide otherwise, we cannot fail them. You know the results of the referendum. We did what we had to do,” Putin said.

READ MORE: 95.7% of Crimeans in referendum voted to join Russia – preliminary results

He added that his personal involvement helped expedite things, because the people carrying out his decision had no reason to hesitate.

According to Putin, part of the operation was to deploy K-300P Bastion coastal defense missiles to demonstrate Russia’s willingness to protect the peninsula from military attack.

“We deployed them in a way that made them seen clearly from space,” Putin said.

The president assured that the Russian military were prepared for any developments and would have armed nuclear weapons if necessary. He personally was not sure that Western nations would not use military force against Russia, he added.

A tent camp of the supporters of Ukraine’s integration with the EU on Maidan Square in Kiev where clashes between protesters and police began in February 18, 2014 (RIA Novosti / Alexey Furman)

The Russian president said the move to send Russian troops to secure Crimea and allow a referendum to be freely held there prevented major bloodshed on the peninsula.

“Considering the ethnic composition of the Crimean population, the violence there would have been worse [than in Kiev]. We had to act to prevent negative development, not to allow tragedies like the one that happened in Odessa, where dozens of people were burned alive,” Putin said.

Read moreAs part of Russian territory Crimea can host nuclear weapons – Foreign Ministry

He acknowledged that there were some Crimean people, particularly members of the Crimean Tatar minority, who opposed the Russian operation.

“Some of the Crimean Tatars were under the influence of their leaders, some of whom are so to speak ‘professional’ fighters for the rights of the Tatars,” he explained.

But at the same time the “Crimean militia worked together with the Tatars. And there were Tatars among the militia members,” he stressed.

The Crimean people voted in a referendum to join Russia after rejecting a coup-imposed government that took power in Kiev in February 2014. The move sparked a major international controversy, as the new government’s foreign backers accused Russia of annexing the peninsula through military force.

Moscow insists that the move was a legitimate act of self-determination and that the Russian troops acted only to provide security and not as an occupying force. Russian officials cite the example of Kiev’s military crackdown on the dissenting eastern Donetsk and Lugansk regions, which claimed more than 6,000 lives since April 2014, as an example of bloodshed that Russia acted to prevent in Crimea.


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Фараж: Желите ЕУ војском да застрашите Русију… Ког а Ви завитлавате, господине Јункер!?

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Фараж: Желите ЕУ војском да застрашите Русију… Кога Ви завитлавате, господине Јункер!?

11.03.2015. –

Лидер Британске партије независности и посланик у Европском парламенту, Најџел Фараж, упитао је Жан-Клод Јункера да ли стварно верује да се војска Европске Уније може супроставити Русији и упитао га „кога он завитлава?“.

Наиме, Фараж каже да је прича о војсци ЕУ једна велика илузија, као и да сви ти системи већ постоје, преноси Правда.

„Имамо ЕУ агенцију за одбрану, ЕУ борбене групе у активној служби широм света, ЕУ морнарицу која се бори против Сомалијских пирата…“ – објашњава Фараж и саркастично каже да му је сада јасно зашто један Дејвид Камерон признаје да Британија не може да одбрани ни своја острва, те да је то зато што следи формирање војске ЕУ.

„Тони Блер је био у праву. ЕУ није пројекат мира, него пројекат моћи.“ – додао је Фараж

„Господин Јункер види у томе шансу и прилику. Ми смо својом експанзијом за повећањем броја чланица испровоцирали конфликт у Украјини, ударали смо штапом руског медведа, а све то је одлична прилика да се реализује идеја формирања ЕУ војске.“ – каже Фараж

„Јункер каже морамо убедити Русију да смо озбиљни. Кога ви завитлавате, господине Јункер!?“ – упитао је Фараж изазвавши смех у парламенту. Он је завршио свој говор констатацијом да он не жели ниједан део Европе милитаризован, те да је убеђен да исто мисле сви грађани Европе.

Подсећамо, пре неки дан је Жан-Клод Јункер, председник Европске комисије, позвао чланице ЕУ да се оформи ЕУ војска са циљем повећања безбедности, али и одговора Русији на растуће тензије у Украјини.



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Over 100 Bosnians to be deported from the US over 90s war crimes – report

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Over 100 Bosnians to be deported from the US over 90s war crimes – report

Published time: March 01, 2015 10:58

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Bosnian Serb soldiers run for cover during an operation near the northern Bosnian town of Brcko on the corridor connecting northern Bosnia with Serbia May 23, 1993. (Reuters)



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US authorities reportedly plan to deport at least 150 Bosnians suspected of committing atrocities during the Bosnian War of 1992-95. Some are accused of participating in the mass executions in Srebrenica in 1995.

Hundreds of Bosnians are under investigation in the US because of their questionable past and possible involvement in war in Europe two decades ago, The New York Times reported Saturday.

READ MORE: Court rules Dutch peacekeepers liable for 300 deaths in Srebrenica

After the Bosnian War was over in 1995, 120,000 Bosnian refugees applied for American visas. Though applicants were obliged to disclose military service and other activities of the kind, registers’ immigration relied mostly on the “honesty of the applicants,” and did not verify their statements, the report claims.

“All of these people really came into the United States under the radar,” Lara J. Nettelfield, a scholar at Royal Holloway, University of London, and author on Bosnian war crimes, told the NYT. “There really wasn’t much attention given to this problem for years.”

So far 300 immigrants from Bosnia, some of who have already been granted American citizenship, have been caught in a deception about their past. And the number of suspects could rise to 600, officials revealed to the NYT.

“The more we dig, the more documents we find,” Immigration and Customs Enforcement war crimes section investigator and historian Michael MacQueen told the paper..

Today these people are in peaceful trade like “soccer coach in Virginia, a metal worker in Ohio and four hotel casino workers in Las Vegas.” But in their old lives they have broken away from they could not only deal with weapons but were culprit to war crimes and other atrocities.

Read moreI’m proud of father’s role in Bosnian war – Mladic son

According to a human rights prosecutor at the Justice Department, Kathleen O’Connor, Bosnians living in the US should be confident that “justice can be served in the United States despite the fact that many years have gone by and that the conduct occurred overseas, far away,” said the official in a message published on Voice of America in Bosnian.

Bosnian Serbs who immigrated to the US are being investigated by American authorities prior to all other Balkan immigrants, as the Bosnian Serb military was officially found guilty of the Srebrenica slaughter in 1995 when some 8,000 Muslim males were allegedly executed by Bosnian Serb forces. Since then the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia has convicted nearly 80 people, practically all of them Serbs, in connection with war crimes.

For the US officials service in Bosnian Serb military is an adequate cause to prosecute a person and seek his deportation. For people from other sides of the Bosnian War conflict, Croats and Muslims, the reasons should be really solid.

Croatian woman, who used to be a guard at a military detention center, has been jailed and faces extradition from the US on charges that “she tortured some Serb prisoners and made them drink gasoline and human blood.”

Federal jury found guilty a Bosnian Muslim of lying to immigration officials about his role in a “rape, two murders and an arson targeting Bosnian Serbs in 1992.”

The US immigration officials say a total of 64 Balkan immigrants with alleged ties to war crimes have been either expelled or fled from the country while under investigation.

The investigations of outdated war crimes are enormously complicated, while funding for the war crimes center at the immigration agency has been cut recently.

“Officials say they do not have enough funding to chase every lead,” the NYT said.


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„Nagoveštaji kosovskog proleća“

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"Nagoveštaji kosovskog proleća"

Datum proglašenja nezavisnosti Kosova, 17. februar 2008. godine, mnogim Kosovarima bio je jedan od najsrećnijih dana. Ovogodišnja proslava, za razliku od prethodnih, bila je skromna i bleda. Dok se ranije slavilo sa nadom da će biti bolje, ove godine nije bilo mnogo razloga za radovanje. Na Kosovu nema napretka, ono je sve manje država kakvu su mnogi priželjkivali, piše Bashkim Hisari za beogradsko Vreme

Sedam godina posle proglašenja nezavisnosti, kosovsko društvo je podeljeno na one koji su prisvojili vlast i imaju ekonomsku moć, one koji protestuju i tu vlast kamenuju, na armiju nezadovoljnih koji beže sa Kosova i one koji su posmatrači svega što kvari imidž nove države. Kosovo je najsiromašnija zemlja u Evropi, ozbiljno degradirana moralno, duhovno, politički i ekonomski. Nezaposlenost je alarmantna, preko 50 odsto, korupcija, lopovluk, organizovani kriminal, loša zdravstvena zaštita i obrazovanje, neefikasnost sudstva, neodgovornost i nekažnjavanje političara koji loše upravljaju (osim par njih koji su u pritvoru, osuđeni ili u bekstvu) naneli su ozbiljnu štetu državi.

Mnogi građani ispoljavaju nezadovoljstvo i razočarenje, depresivni su i beznadežni. Izgubili su i ono malo nade da će doći do pozitivnih promena. Očekivali su da će ojačati politička nezavisnost države, da će uslediti ekonomski prosperitet koji će obezbediti posao, sigurnost, bolje uslove za normalan i srećan život. Malo je od toga ostvareno.

Institucije bez sadržine

Uz pomoć međunarodne zajednice formirane su institucije, ali u njima su na nedemokratski način instalirane interesne grupe, klanovi i militanti političkih partija, najviše iz ruralnih sredina. Uglavnom su to neodgovorni i nesposobni ljudi, bez političkog morala, i mafiozi koji su navodno zaslužni zbog borbe za slobodu i mir. Skloni su nepotizmu i korupciji, obogatili su se otimanjem, zloupotrebama, prevarama i manipulacijama u javnim nabavkama, praznim obećanjima i lažima. Politiku koriste za individualne i grupne interese, a ne u službi naroda. Bez njihove podrške male su šanse da neko obezbedi blagostanje za sebe i svoju porodicu. Oni su glavna prepreka što u institucijama, javnim preduzećima, agencijama, policiji, sudovima i medijama ima malo školovanih, profesionalno sposobnih, emancipovanih i pametnih ljudi.

Kosovo i njegovu realnost je priznalo preko 100 država sveta, ali još uvek nije član Ujedinjenih nacija. I dalje je najizolovanija zemlja Balkana i jedina država u regionu bez potpisanog Sporazuma o liberalizaciji viza. Od evropskih zemalja, Kosovari mogu putovati bez viza samo u Albaniju, Makedoniju, Crnu Goru i Tursku.

Iako je proteklih godina potvrđena evropska perspektiva Kosova, nema ozbiljnih pomaka u procesu evropskih integracija. Izuzimajući uspešno okončanje pregovora o Sporazumu o stabilizaciji i pridruživanju između Kosova i Evropske unije i efikasno sprovođenje vanrednih parlamentarnih izbora sredinom prošle godine, dijalog između Prištine i Beograda i potpisani dogovor o pravosuđu, malo je toga postignuto čime bi se Kosovo ponosilo. Od 30 potpisanih sporazuma sa Srbijom ne primenjuju se ni tri, rekli su poslanici na zadnjoj sednici Skupštine Kosova. Za ovih sedam godina kosovske institucije nisu uspele da otklone opiranja pet članica EU (Grčke, Kipra, Španije, Rumunije i Slovačke) da priznaju nezavisnost nove države i da sa njima uspostave bilateralne odnose, što svakako stvara nejasnoće o evropskoj perspektivi Kosova.

Kosovo je posle vanrednih parlamentarnih izbora bilo u blokadi šest meseci. Političke partije i njihovi lideri nisu pokazali sposobnost da izađu iz institucionalne krize. Nisu mogli da konstituišu Skupštinu, izaberu njenog predsednika, formiraju Vladu i druge institucije, zbog čega se sada osećaju negativne posledice u svim oblastima društvenog života.

Na Kosovu ima velikih mogućnosti za investicije u oblasti poljoprivrede, energetike, vinogradarstva, turizma, obradi metala, ali najviše se investiralo u asfaliranje puteva. U odnosu na period pre 2008. godine strane investicije beleže pad, pre svega zbog političkih nejasnoća. Kosovska privreda je već duže vreme u kolapsu. Carina i Uprava prihoda su glavni izvori državne kase, ali značajno zaostaju u prikupljanju planiranih prihoda. Prema najnovijim podacima Svetske banke, procenat siromašnih na Kosovu je 29,7 odsto, a oko 10 odsto građana živi u ekstremnom siromaštvu sa manje od 2,5 dolara dnevno.

Tokom proteklih sedam godina loše se upravljalo i međunarodno renomiranim kompanijama, na primer u oblasti telekomunikacija (PTK), energetskog sistema (KEK), ništa konkretno nije urađeno ni po pitanju Metalurškog kombinata "Trepča", čiji se dugovi procenjuju oko 1,4 milijarde evra i gde proces privatizacije nije dao očekivane rezultate. Situacija oko Trepče je komplikovana i zbog pretenzija Srbije na "Trepču" i činjenice da su njeni pogoni i na severu Kosova, koju kontrolišu vlasti u Beogradu. Eksperti u Prištini procenjuju da srpske pretenzije nemaju zakonskih osnova jer se u Ahtisarijevom planu, po kome je proglašena nezavisnost Kosova, decidno navodi da bogatstvo Kosova ne pripada drugoj državi.

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Kosovo ima veliki potencijal u mladima, između 65 i 70 odsto stanovništva je ispod 27 godina starosti. U situaciji kada nema ekonomskog razvoja, kada je velika stopa nezaposlenosti, socijalna situacija loša i građani gube poverenje u institucije vlasti, sasvim je normalna njihova želja da sreću i bolji život traže u nekoj od zemalja EU. Još uvek nema pouzdanih podataka koliko je ljudi napustilo Kosovo, ali se veruje da ih je u poslednje vreme migriralo preko 200 hiljada. Samo prošle godine otišlo je 400 lekara. U poslednja dva meseca ilegalnim putevima ka evropskim državama je otišlo više od 50 hiljada ljudi među kojima je, prema podacima Ministarstva za obrazovanje, nauku i tehnologiju Kosova i 5130 učenika. Ova pojava ne zabrinjava samo vlasti u Prištini. Problemom masovne migracije kosovskih Albanaca okupirane su i zemlje EU, koje zahtevaju zaustavljanje velikog protoka migranata i najavljuju da će njihovih zahtevi za azil biti odbijeni, a migranti vraćeni. Kosovska vlada je zatečena nastalom situacijom i ne može da amortizuje nezadovoljstvo.

Migracija Kosovara je veoma kompleksno pitanje podstaknuto sa više faktora, i ne može se zaustaviti samo nekakvim ad hoc programima Vlade, niti parcijalnim ekonomskim i socijalnim programima. Pogotovo ne silom, policijom i ograničavanjem slobode kretanja.

Masovno vraćanje azilanata koji su ostavili svoje domove, porodice, prodali ono malo što su imali i krenuli po kiši i snegu ka Evropi, kao i veliki broj odbijenih zahteva za priznavanje statusa veterana Oslobodilačke Vojske Kosova (OVK) i privilegije koje uz to idu (od ukupno 57.556 zahteva do sada je priznat status za oko 16.000), odbijanje Rektora prištinskog Univerziteta Ramadana Zejnulahua da mimo prijemnog ispita upiše preko 1000 studenata, članova porodica pripadnika OVK-a na fakultetima tog Univerziteta, mogu dovesti do unutrašnje polarizacije, stvoriti nove ozbiljne probleme i dodatno opteretiti celokupnu situaciju.

Lošem upravljanju Kosovom jednog dana će doći kraj, ovakvo stanje građani ne mogu podnositi večito. Biće sve više onih koji će učestvovati na već najavljenim protestima protiv korupcije, organizovanog kriminala, bezakonja i svega negativnog što uništava kosovsko društvo. Oni će zahtevati promene, funkcionalniju državu koja će biti u njihovom interesu, pravdu, demokratiju, slobodu, sigurnost, ekonomsko blagostanje i dostojanstven život. Pojedini poslanici i lideri političkih partija nagoveštavaju da može doći do "Kosovskog proleća", masovne eksplozije nezadovoljstva, što nije isključeno, ali to ne može suštinski promeniti nepodnošljivu političku atmosferu. Još manje je to moguće sa onima koji ne osećaju odgovornost, ne biraju sredstva da se brzo domognu hijerharhije vlasti i da bez ikakvih ličnih vrednosti grade političku karijeru radi ostvarivanja lične koristi i odbrane interesa klanova.

Na Kosovu je već 15 godina prisutna logika vlasti koja nije dala neke značajne rezultate ni u dijalogu sa Beogradom. Zato je potrebno promeniti mnogo toga i stvoriti novu realnost koja će eliminisati godinama nagomilavane probleme. Potrebno je izgraditi društvo sa novim ljudima koji će obezbediti funkcionalnost svih institucija, razvijati demokratske odnose, poštovati prava svih bez obzira na etničko poreklo. Uz to, mora se unaprediti ekonomija sa novim programima i stvoriti mogućnosti za zapošljavanje ljudi, poboljšati ruinirano sudstvo, zdravstvo, obrazovni sistem i povratiti izgubljeno poverenje građana. Jedino tako Kosovo se može pretvoriti u bolju zemlju za život, gde će ljudi imati budućnost.

Izvor: Vreme


Written by Mika

1. marta 2015. at 11:01

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