Minister: Someone wants to destabilize Kosovo

Serbia's Defense Minister Dragan Šutanovac has said that certain structures want to destabilize Kosovo and that a decision to reinforce KFOR is therefore good.

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  1. It is the bnd who want to destabilise Kosovo. Those extra troops will include some collaborators.
    (Wally, 28 April 2012 12:27)

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  2. "Zemun Clan", "Scorpions"... Shall I continue?
    (stating the obvious, 27 April 2012 20:04)

    I didn't know that they are operating in the South. I thought they do their 'business' around Belgrade.

    No, I was thinking of the 'Drenica Clan' a.k.a Thaci clan, the Limaj clan, or the world-(in-)famous Kelmendi clan which all contributed to the goal to create desirable 'business conditions' in (southern) Kosovo - no wonder that Kosovo became Europe's main drug hub.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 27 April 2012 21:39)

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  3. They are called Albanians.
    (Navi, 27 April 2012 21:17)

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  4. that someone is you Mr Sutanovac ,don't try to find guilt in anybody else except in your own party
    (superwoman, 27 April 2012 20:26)

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  5. Yes, but not only. Feel free to add all the 'politicians', 'businessmen' and 'ministers' (or let's better call them 'godfathers', the usual name used for mafia clans bosses) in Southern Kosovo.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 27 April 2012 19:21)

    "Zemun Clan", "Scorpions"... Shall I continue?
    (stating the obvious, 27 April 2012 20:04)

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  6. These someone are "mayers" and "bussinesmen" in North Kosova.
    (Mirel from Albania, 27 April 2012 16:20)

    Yes, but not only. Feel free to add all the 'politicians', 'businessmen' and 'ministers' (or let's better call them 'godfathers', the usual name used for mafia clans bosses) in Southern Kosovo.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 27 April 2012 19:21)

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  7. North Mitrovica is been a trouble for a while now. This extra troops should make sure this part comes under law and order.

    Alas peace again, and let's see some different headlines.
    (Albanian Farmer, 27 April 2012 18:17)

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  8. Conected with that someone wants to destabilisize Macedonia too! Guess who?
    (Jo, 27 April 2012 17:26)

    Greece?
    (FYROM, 27 April 2012 17:43)

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  9. Conected with that someone wants to destabilisize Macedonia too! Guess who?
    (Jo, 27 April 2012 17:26)

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  10. well, given that after the greater-albanian riots in 2004 the Germans were called the Rabbits from Kosovo by the KFOR-soldiers, it will not be of much help, if those albanian terrorists attack again.
    (Jovan, 27 April 2012 16:14)

    The "rabbits FROM Kosovo"? Kosovo je nemački???
    (stating the obvious, 27 April 2012 16:37)

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  11. These someone are "mayers" and "bussinesmen" in North Kosova.
    (Mirel from Albania, 27 April 2012 16:20)

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  12. "therefore it was necessary to deploy additional 650 German and Austrian troops"

    well, given that after the greater-albanian riots in 2004 the Germans were called the Rabbits from Kosovo by the KFOR-soldiers, it will not be of much help, if those albanian terrorists attack again.
    (Jovan, 27 April 2012 16:14)

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  13. "Minister: Someone wants to destabilize Kosovo"

    "Someone" is the Serbian governemnt. Isn't it time Dacic kidnaps somebody again?

    “There are people in Kosovo and Metohija who are dissatisfied with agreements reached by Belgrade and Priština and who not only want to destabilize the region but also have other political motives in Kosovo and Metohija,” Šutanovac stressed."

    These people call themselves Serbian "businessmen".
    (stating the obvious, 27 April 2012 13:57)

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