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#1 2022-09-22 15:40:34

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Serbian president questions double standards over territorial integrity

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Wednesday questioned double standards practiced by certain countries over the territorial integrity and sovereignty of states.

Nonuse of force and the peaceful resolution of disputes are the pillars of world stability. But they must be accompanied by principles such as nonselective observance of the UN Charter, implementation of mandatory UN Security Council resolutions and the basic principles of the applicable international law, he told the General Debate of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly.

Serbia did not violate the territorial integrity of a single sovereign state. Yet, the fact did not prevent NATO from attacking Serbia without a decision by the UN Security Council, Vucic said.

Security Council Resolution 1244, which confirmed and guaranteed partial sovereignty and full territorial integrity of Serbia, did not prevent many Western countries from unilaterally recognizing the independence of Kosovo, and from violating the territorial integrity of Serbia, he said.

Regardless of the fact that Serbia still feels the consequences of the gross violation of the basic provisions of international law, Serbia does not give up on the foundational principles of the UN, said Vucic.

"We shall keep advocating the consistent observance of the principle of inviolability of borders, respect for sovereignty and integrity of all other UN member states," he said.

"Despite such a position of ours, many in this room have issues with respecting the territorial integrity of Serbia. You wonder why? Because they have the power in their hands, and in their eyes, we are small and weak."

Serbia believes that it is imperative that current challenges must not deepen world divisions in any way, and that polarization at the global level should make room for principles of multilateralism, he said.

Serbia strongly supports inclusive, networked and efficient multilateralism as the best tool for responding to the most urgent challenges facing mankind, he said. "Multilateralism, collective actions and common responsibility are ­irreplaceable elements of our discussions so far. But allow me to underline that the starting point for such constructive engagement is solidarity," Vucic said.

#2 2022-09-22 16:07:30

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Re: Serbian president questions double standards over territorial integrity

Bagger notice: he's talking about how Ukraine's borders are sacred

#3 2022-09-22 16:12:13

Duckford
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Registered: 2022-01-04
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Re: Serbian president questions double standards over territorial integrity

The best part about the UN is that nobody ever has to listen to the UN.

They literally don't matter.

#4 2022-09-22 16:15:20

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Dust in the wind.

Re: Serbian president questions double standards over territorial integrity

I motorcycled through Bosnia in 2002, saw sites where Bosnian men were buried after massacres, and spoke to locals about it in Sarajevo. They very much saw the Serb forces as aggressors, which concurs with reports from 93-99 approx. Was even told be locals not to stray off the asphalt to look at anything in one region because of land mines.

Also saw abandoned towns that had been bombed out by NATO, graffiti saying ‘NATO fuck off’, and other interesting stuff. The Bosnians were nice, though - many of them waved as I passed through poor rural areas. No one tried to fleece me, except the Serbian border police.

And almost ran out of petrol in the middle of nowhere, as I didn’t have enough cash and cards weren’t accepted.

#5 2022-09-22 22:44:14

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Re: Serbian president questions double standards over territorial integrity

"Serbia did not violate the territorial integrity of a single sovereign state. Yet, the fact did not prevent NATO from attacking Serbia without a decision by the UN Security Council, Vucic said."

lol  No, they were just practicing genocide.

#6 2022-09-23 00:50:22

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Dust in the wind.

Re: Serbian president questions double standards over territorial integrity

. wrote:

"Serbia did not violate the territorial integrity of a single sovereign state. Yet, the fact did not prevent NATO from attacking Serbia without a decision by the UN Security Council, Vucic said."

lol  No, they were just practicing genocide.

No they weren't, it was all fake news. Look it up.

#7 2022-09-23 02:35:48

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Dust in the wind.

Re: Serbian president questions double standards over territorial integrity

. wrote:
. wrote:

"Serbia did not violate the territorial integrity of a single sovereign state. Yet, the fact did not prevent NATO from attacking Serbia without a decision by the UN Security Council, Vucic said."

lol  No, they were just practicing genocide.

No they weren't, it was all fake news. Look it up.

There are mass graves. Thousands of Bosnian men were killed.

#8 2022-09-23 03:47:45

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Dust in the wind.

Re: Serbian president questions double standards over territorial integrity

. wrote:

There are mass graves. Thousands of Bosnian men were killed.

Some people died. Serbs too. It doesn't make it a genocide like they said on the TV.

The political and media propaganda regarding the war on Yugoslavia has been well researched by now. Interestingly, however, many media outlets and commentators are still trying to uphold the official narrative of the time, in contrast to the later war in Iraq, for example.

https://swprs.org/propaganda-in-the-war-on-yugoslavia/

#9 2022-09-23 04:31:26

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Dust in the wind.

Re: Serbian president questions double standards over territorial integrity

. wrote:
. wrote:

There are mass graves. Thousands of Bosnian men were killed.

Some people died. Serbs too. It doesn't make it a genocide like they said on the TV.

The political and media propaganda regarding the war on Yugoslavia has been well researched by now. Interestingly, however, many media outlets and commentators are still trying to uphold the official narrative of the time, in contrast to the later war in Iraq, for example.

https://swprs.org/propaganda-in-the-war-on-yugoslavia/

OK, that’s interesting.

#10 2022-09-23 05:47:09

hillbilly joe
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Registered: 2022-02-17
Posts: 2,847

Re: Serbian president questions double standards over territorial integrity

Kinda pisses your fellow Europeans off when you go into your neighbors village raping and killing everyone.

#11 2022-09-23 06:30:11

Dr Arkham
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From: Ubiquity
Registered: 2022-01-05
Posts: 5,440

Re: Serbian president questions double standards over territorial integrity

That entire region is a hot mess. It's like the ME. It could be sorted out, but it's completely fucked.

#12 2022-09-23 06:36:58

hillbilly joe
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Registered: 2022-02-17
Posts: 2,847

Re: Serbian president questions double standards over territorial integrity

Yeah I did some reading of Balkan history, they have been killing each other for ever.

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