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Among the foreign policy priorities of the new American administration is the Western Balkans, it was said in a telephone conversation between the President of the USA, Joseph Biden, and the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel.
And it is from these two countries that the greatest pressures will be on Serbia because of Kosovo and Metohija, says Slobodan Erić, in the author’s text published in Geopolitics.
The change of government in Washington has caused concern in Serbia that it will once again be the main target of American imperial policy in the Balkans. Although they wished, the Serbs will not have their wish to be on the margins and on the periphery of the interests of American foreign policy. Both Washington and Brussels will ask Serbia to sign a legally binding “Agreement on Normalization” with Kosovo, the essence of which is for Serbia to de facto and de jure recognize an independent Kosovo as an independent and sovereign state.
There is no reason to fear
There are reasons for concern, but not for fear. It is time for Serbia to start pursuing a more proactive foreign policy regarding Kosovo.
Serbia should first insist that the issue of Kosovo and Metohija be returned to the UN Security Council, where Serbia has two reliable partners and allies – Russia and China. It is time for Serbia to start abandoning the negotiation process led by the EU, because the effects of Brussels’ mediation so far are absolutely harmful to our national and state interests.
Withdrawal from talks with Brussels should not lead to a reduction in Serbia’s diplomatic activities, but on the contrary, to their intensification through bilateral talks with officials of certain European countries. There are still differences, not only of interest but also of ideological nature, between the member states and the political establishment in Brussels, which formally represents them.
Sergei Mikhev, a Russian analyst, once said in an interview with Geopolitics that after Trump’s victory in the US elections in 2016, that Brussels and the EU became “the center of ideological globalism.” The problem is that the biggest advocate of an independent Kosovo is at the same time the most powerful member of the EU – Germany – although such a conclusion will not be heard so publicly from Berlin. With the exit from the EU, Great Britain will begin to increasingly revitalize its traditional foreign policy of balance of power towards Europe. That policy, in practice, among other things, means restraining Germany, so part of our diplomatic efforts should be directed towards London.
Paris, which forms the axis of the EU with Berlin, should also be an address to Serbia for seeking support for Kosovo, and the role of France, a former historical ally as a possible partner in the future, on various issues, should not be ruled out. When Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan, dreaming of his imperial dreams, set out to provoke Greece fiercely militarily, the only country that stood resolutely in defense of Athens was France. France sent its naval planes and ships to the Eastern Mediterranean, and Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis, thanking Paris for that, added “that Greece and France should follow a new framework of strategic defense.”
Serbia also has friends in the EU
In addition to Spain, which has shown perseverance in the decision not to recognize Kosovo, for which words of gratitude should be sent to Madrid, Serbia can count on Italy’s understanding, especially if the charismatic Mateo Salvini and his Liga party return to the executive branch. In addition to the Orthodox countries of Greece and Romania, which did not recognize Kosovo, and Hungary, with which Serbia has good relations, our country should turn to our Slavic relatives, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Poland, for help with Kosovo and Metohija, and knock on the half-open door. .
The content of the topic of this issue of Geopolitics, “Serbs and Western Slavs”, can be useful in the diplomatic efforts of Minister Selaković and his associate team.
Of course, the most important ally in the defense of Kosovo is Russia. For Russia, the defense of Christian civilization is not a new historical situation. Russia, defending and fighting against Napoleon, who exported the French Revolution through territorial conquests, through the alliance of the Holy Alliance, of which it was one of the founders, kept the Christian religion and was one of the organizers of the famous Congress of Vienna in 1815, whose solutions and outcomes, not counting some minor local conflicts, gave Europe 100 years of peace and tremendous economic, social and cultural development. In a sense, the October Revolution of 1917 can also be seen as revenge on Russia for stifling and exporting the French Revolution.
Russia’s special role in the world
Today, when the global ruling elite, or what we call the “deep state”, through behind-the-scenes and underground processes, which are beyond parliamentary and legislative control, and under the justification of various measures, including measures due to the Kovid-19 pandemic, conducts great social experiments, which are fundamentally directed against man and his rights, Russia has a special role to play in the world.
Today, Russia, whose role over time has moved between the realization of its interests and a kind of spiritual mission, to oppose various evils and nihilism throughout history, is given an obligation that is at the same time its great diplomatic and any other chance to externally defend the multipolar world. , increases its reputation and moral capacity in the world (when we see what the great censors from Google, Facebook and Twitter are doing to us, and what projection of the future through “big reset” is offered by one of the founders of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Klaus Schwab) to defend and protect those rights and freedoms that, among others, were built by Western civilization, and which the modern West is increasingly abandoning and undermining – means all those religious, political and socio-economic rights, the right to property, and above all the right to freedom of speech, association and movement.
By defending Serbia’s right to Kosovo, the Russian Federation is defending international law, the territorial integrity of a fraternal and friendly country and the foundations of a Christian civilization, to which it itself belongs, and which has no alternative.
Source: Vesti online by www.vesti-online.com.
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