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Former Serbian Foreign Minister: "NATO's war against Serbia is related to Ukraine - They are asking us to accept the state of Kosovo"

War-time foreign minister in Yugoslavia, Zivatin Jovanovic, was an anti-NATO banner on the anniversary of the war in 1999, which he linked to Ukraine.

The Serbian former politician stated that the aim of this attack in 199 was not to solve humanitarian or political issues.

According to him, "the goal was to occupy part of the territory of Serbia and the decision was made much earlier."

As he said on the occasion of the anniversary of the NATO attack, "the attack of the North Atlantic Alliance was aimed at NATO obtaining a permanent base in the Balkans in order to implement the expansion strategy towards the east".

“Following the attack on the former Yugoslavia and the establishment of the Bondsteel military base, the US and NATO established three military bases in Bulgaria, Romania and Poland, as well as in the Baltic republics.

Europe entered the process of militarization and adaptation to the needs of war.
This was the trigger for the militarization of the overall relations in Europe", believes the former Serbian politician.

He emphasized that "the objectives of the attack continue to this day and are reflected in the radical demands of NATO, that Serbia leave Kosovo-Metohia and accept the ultimatum as an agreement.

"This causes concern not only in Serbia, but also in its surroundings, because nothing imposed by force can be treated as an agreement, regardless of its form.

It is my deep conviction that peace and stability in the Balkans cannot be built with new agreements outside international law and outside the United Nations Charter, ignoring UN Resolution 1244, as a permanently valid document, to the detriment of Serbia," he said. Jovanovic.

He points out that "the attack of the alliance in 1999 was done in violation of the UN Charter, the Founding Act of the NATO Pact and the alliance's charters, because none of them sought approval from the parliament to go to war against former Yugoslavia, which began with false accusations of massive human rights violations, desertions, crimes, the gathering of civilians in the stadium of Pristina, the massacre in Racak, to the negotiations in Rabouillet".

"Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said that the Rambouillet document was such a disgrace that it should never have seen the light of day and that no government in the world that valued its dignity and reputation would accept it." Jovanovic said.

Drawing a parallel with the war in Ukraine, Yovanovitch said that famous German politician Willy Wimmer reported last March that, in effect, "the first bombs against Ukraine 'fell' in 1999, starting with Serbia."

The war against Serbia in 1999 was as unacceptable as the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

A victim of these wars, apart from the peoples of the affected countries, the bride is also paid by Europe, which is at risk from a wave of rebellions and instability.

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