Friday, April 14, 2006

Moldova secures Serbia's support in Transnistria issue

Moldova and Serbia and Montenegro have agreed to support each other in the settlement of the Transnistria and Kosovo conflicts respectively. According to Moldova's press service, the agreement was reached by Moldovan Foreign and European Integration Minister Andrei Stratan and Serbia and Montenegro's Foreign Economic Relations Minister Predrag Ivanovic.

The ministers noted the two states' efficient cooperation in both regional and international organizations, including the Stability Pact for South-Eastern Europe and Cooperation in South-Eastern Europe.

Stratan and Ivanovic also addressed measures implemented by Moldova and Serbia and Montenegro to join the European Union, considering that both the countries have announced the EU accession a strategic objective.


Balkan Update said...

Oh my God, now we are doomed. What is Maldova again?

Anonymous said...

The amount of countries that are going to existence if Kosovo becomes independent is mind boggling.

There could be at least a dozen.

JustMe said...

Damn, this sounds serious!!! :p They could hire Count Dracula to suck the independence out of Kosovo :)

Anonymous said...

Oh boy, now shajt will hit the fan. Moldavia, the whore superpower of Europe, and Serbia, currently lagging but the cradle of whoredom since 1,000 AD, come together to rule the world, biatch.

Good luck on the noble goal of joining EU together.

Anonymous said...

I would not be so cocky if I were you. Moldova is the fourth neighbouring country to support Serbia after Romania, Bulgaria and especially Greece. Here in US, the Kosovo agenda has lost a lot of support recently. You can see that if you follow our media. I would definately not put my last bucks on Kosovo independence.

Tom Nelson, Detroit

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tironsi said...

Some interesting articles from Panorama that I came across regarding how Kosova was to be ethnically cleansed of Albanians. Unfortunately they are all in Albanian, but maybe someone is willing to translate them to Serbian for the education of our Serb visitors here:

Dossier I
Dossier II
Dossier III
Dossier IV

This deserves an article on its own, but since I can only post comments here it is.

Anonymous said...

Hey Tom Nelson- If I was you I would worry more about Michigan; your state has lost a lot more support than Kosova- this is of course judging by the conditions of the city of Detroit. Absolute shithole.

Anonymous said...

Cubrilovic has been known to Kosovars as the mastermind of their suffering for a long time now. However it is nice of your to bring these things up from time to time just as a reminder of those who chose to reconcile with these people too fast. Those who forget their history are doomed to repeat it.

Independence for Kosova said...

"Formerly part of Romania, Moldova was incorporated into the Soviet Union at the close of World War II. Although independent from the USSR since 1991, Russian forces have remained on Moldovan territory east of the Dniester River supporting the Slavic majority population, mostly Ukrainians and Russians, who have proclaimed a "Transnistria" republic. The poorest nation in Europe, Moldova became the first former Soviet state to elect a Communist as its president in 2001."

Anonymous said...

Wow Moldovva and Serbia. . . that is it I don't want independence anymore

Anonymous said...

Danish artists protest Mladic | 16:40 April 14 | Beta
BELGRADE -- Two Danish artists have countered pro-Mladic propaganda posters on the streets of Belgrade.

Originally, posters distributed and plastered by the clero-fascist organisation Obraz showing support for Hague fugitive Ratko Mladic appeared on walls and building around Belgrade.

Light blue stickers were stuck on these posters today which read “we know that your nerves are frail” and “we know you are a coward,” which were put on the posters by two Danish artists.

According to the Associated Press, the two artists, Jan Egesborg and Pia Bartelsen, wanted to show disapproval of the trend of painting Mladic as a Serbian hero who protected Serbs during the war in Bosnia.

“Our message is that it is over and that there is no escape for him.” Egesborg said.

Anonymous said...

A far as independence I will say one thing. Let's wait and see. If this attitude of serbs not to let Kosova go and us albanians never accepting anything less means that there will be a new war in a very short time. Let's see if in the next war us albanains are better prepared. If not i dont care if serbs throw us all in Turkey.