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Militaerische US-Delegatioin in Belgrad (11.1.2005)

Erstellt von Partibrejker, 12.01.2005, 19:25 Uhr · 3 Antworten · 400 Aufrufe

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    Militaerische US-Delegatioin in Belgrad (11.1.2005)

    Jetzt werden die Al-Baner wohl eifersuechtig werden....


    January 11, 2005

    U.S. military officials meet with Serbian leaders

    Associated Press


    BELGRADE, Serbia-Montenegro — A senior U.S. military delegation opened a series of talks with Belgrade officials Tuesday, focusing on cooperation and ways to advance bilateral ties.
    The visit from the Department of Defense was the first on such a senior level since the 1999 U.S.-led NATO bombing of Serbia over the Serb crackdown in Kosovo.

    Both sides in the talks expressed hope the main obstacle to improving the two countries’ relations — Serbia’s lack of cooperation with the Netherlands-based U.N. war crimes tribunal — would soon be removed, according to a press release from Defense Minister Provoslav Davinic’s office.

    Leading the U.S. delegation was Rear Adm. Donald P. Loren, the deputy director for political-military affairs in Europe at the Joint Staff, the U.S. Embassy said.

    Loren expressed support for Belgrade efforts to reform Serbia’s military, Davinic’s office said. Those reforms were launched after the 2000 ouster of autocratic president Slobodan Milosevic and his extradition to The Hague court.

    However, attempts to forge closer ties with NATO have since been hampered by Belgrade’s failure to extradite some dozen remaining Serb war crimes suspects.

    During its four-day visit, the U.S. delegation was to travel to Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, for talks with Montenegro’s President Filip Vujanovic.

    Also participating in talks were members from the office of the Secretary of Defense, led by Alen E. Van Egmond, director of policy for Western Euroasia.

    Relations between the United States and Serbia-Montenegro, or what used to be Yugoslavia, were cut during the 1999 bombing, but resumed in 2001 following Milosevic’s extradition.

    http://www.navytimes.com/story.php?f...925-594474.php

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    Und das selbe, dann gleich in Albanisch im Rahmen der Völker Verständigung

    http://www.balkanforum.at/modules.ph...ighlight=loren

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    Zitat Zitat von lupo-de-mare
    Und das selbe, dann gleich in Albanisch im Rahmen der Völker Verständigung

    http://www.balkanforum.at/modules.ph...ighlight=loren
    Good job, my friend...!!!

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    Zitat Zitat von Partibrejker
    Zitat Zitat von lupo-de-mare
    Und das selbe, dann gleich in Albanisch im Rahmen der Völker Verständigung

    http://www.balkanforum.at/modules.ph...ighlight=loren
    Good job, my friend...!!!
    Wir bieten halt den besten Service, sogar in der eigenen Sprache! Deshalb lieben uns UCK Terroristen des Kosovo auch so!!

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