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Occasionally one derives a real belly laugh from Western ‘newswires;’ the following report covering Serbian president Boris ‘the dog’ Tadic’s latest traitorous attempts to appease the West/EU by revising the legal claim Serbia has on Kosovo, is one such preposterous news absurdity – not for the fact that the servile dog, Tadic, is not guilty of treason or that he loves to suck western leaders’ cocks, but for the fact that he never represented Serbia or its people in the first instance!
Tadic (R) with Ustache friendly German FM, Guido Westerwelle
The whole event is a FARCE, which will soon become evident. The shit-eating Tadic government has just shot itself in the head. Perhaps now Serbia will rightly INSIST that European and UN laws and conventions upholding the sovereign integrity of European nations will be honoured. Kosovo is a province of Serbia, pure, simple AND LEGAL – unless of course we desire a borderless Europe!
From Sofia News Agency:
Under EU pressure Serbia has agreed to revise a draft resolution that it is submitting to the UN General Assembly with respect to the independence of Kosovo.
The news has been widely hailed across the EU as paving the way for settlement talks between Serbia and its former province Kosovo.
The widely welcomed change to Serbia's draft UN resolution is in fact dropping calls for the condemnation of Kosovo's unilateral declaration of independence; Serbian officials, including President Boris Tadic, have explicitly made it clear that the shift did not mean readiness to recognize the independence of Kosovo.
The compromise reached late Wednesday night, however, is seen as a success for Catherine Ashton, the EU's foreign policy chief, who had spent two days pressing Tadic to agree on a ''last-chance'' formula acceptable to the rest of Europe.
Ashton and US Vice-President Joe Biden are reported to have made it clear to Serbia that failure to soften its stance on Kosovo would jeopardize its prospects of joining the EU.
Serbia had prepared a resolution for yesterday's UN General Assembly meeting that called Kosovo's unilateral secession ''unacceptable'' and demanded further negotiations on the status of its former province. This resolution had been drafted that way in spite of the advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice in the Hague in July 2010 stating that the Kosovo's declaration of independence was not contrary to international law.
''The joint resolution of Serbia and the European Union is the result of joint work ... a compromise. The agreed text of the resolution was reached with a sincere desire to solve all open issues in a partnership with the EU, and all other important international factors," Serbian President Tadic said in a statement.
Kosovo broke off from Serbia in February 2008, and has been recognized by 70 nations so far, including the US and 22 of the 27 EU member states.