Tag: Kosovo and Metohija

Vucic Is Trying To Use “Reverse-Psychology” To “Legitimize” Selling Out Kosovo

Merkel doesn’t really care whether Kosovo is partitioned or not, but by framing his actions as going against the German Chancellor’s position, Vucic is employing “reverse-psychology” in a bid to exploit Serbs’ predisposition to opposing Berlin on principle, which he consequently hopes will shore up support for his unpopular plan […]

Racist Mob Gathers in Kosovo and Metohija to Burn Turkish Flag

Earlier this week the Kosovar Deputy Foreign Minister, Gjergj Dedaj came under fire after slamming both Turkey and Serbia as “dirty invaders”. This inflammatory statement has lead to minority factions in the Pristina parliament to call for Dedaj’s immediate resignation while officials in both Belgrade and Ankara have condemned the provocation. […]

FETO’s Poison Threatens Peace and Stability in The Balkans

While largely defeated in Turkey, the Fethullah Terror Organisation’s presence throughout the Balkans remains worrying not only for Turkey but for all responsible states with close ties to the region.  Both the state of Albania and disputed Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija have become notorious for housing loyalists of the terror […]

Swiss Football Team Must be Held Accountable For The Political Provocations of Some Players

Yesterday’s football match between Serbia and Switzerland held in the Russian city of Kaliningrad was notable for the supreme level of intensity on both sides as well as a deeply controversial decision by the referee in the second half of the match. According to a Straits Times report detailing the most […]

Syria Recognises Republics of South Ossetia and Abkhazia: A Good Move at The Wrong Time

Syria joins Russia in recognising two small Caucuses states  Today, the Syrian Arab Republic officially established diplomatic relations with the Republic of South Ossetia and the Republic of Abkhazia. The two republics were formed after Russia saved their inhabitants from an attempted ethnic cleansing by the Georgian regime in 2008. […]