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Montenegro konkretisiert Pläne für eigene Armee

Erstellt von jugo-jebe-dugo, 26.09.2005, 11:42 Uhr · 65 Antworten · 2.482 Aufrufe

  1. #61

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    @Monte ach sry ich hoffe ich finde den video bald wieder

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    Zitat Zitat von saaadi
    HALTET die fresse jetzt

    oder ich mach EUCH

    PLATT
    Zeig 's diesen Lappen!

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    @Monte evo ti gol od jucer http://www.slipknotcpd.com/martin/ju...imovic_3_0.mpg


    i jos jedan protiv Benfica

    http://www.zlatan-online.nl/video's/zl...uve_1-0_2-0.wmv

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    oh kako vidim ova gornja 2 ne idu probaj sad sa ova dva

    http://www.forumfree.net/?t=4875253


    http://www.forumfree.net/?t=4501609


    viel spass

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    Montenegro bringt mittels Russischer Flugzeuge Waffen in den Irak.

    Wednesday, September 28, 2005
    Sebian Defence Ministry shipping arms to Iraq
    PODGORICA - Montenegro– Hundreds of cases of ammunition and weapons produced by the Serbian Zastava factory in Kragujevac are being flown each week from Podgorica to Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries, Podgorica daily Dan claims.

    According to the report the consignments include Kalashnikov assault rifles, hand grenades and ammunition.

    All are loaded into Russian Tupolev aircraft at Podgorica’s Golubovci airport after being shipped from the central Serbian state-owned factory to Montenegro in trucks with licence plates from the Serbian city of Cacak.

    Montenegrin police secure a hundred-metre perimeter around the aircraft during the loading operations, writes Dan.

    The daily quotes unofficial sources as saying that the weapons are delivered to Montenegro from army barracks in Serbia and the entire deal is handled by Montenegro’s Jugoimport Media Mont company, which is the name listed on the customs export declarations.

    Sources close to the Defence Ministry say that, after the recent army procurements scandal, the Serbian Finance Ministry has begun checking all weapons deals including this one.

    Jugoimport Mont director Zoran Damjanovic confirmed for Dan that the company is involved in arms sales via Podgorica airport and said that he has all the necessary documentation for what he described as a legal deal.

    “The goods are being sold by the state and the state is behind the entire deal, so there is no doubt about that. We signed a contract with the Serbia-Montenegro Defence Ministry after we were successful in public bidding. These are business deals between countries. One country is dealing with another and Jugoimport Mont is an intermediary,” Dan quotes Damjanovic as saying.

    He added that the state was selling surplus weapons which had been stockpiled in barracks but declined to say where the arms were headed.
    B92

    posted by Balkan Update @ 11:56 AM

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    Montenegrische Militärs sind in ein Beschaffungs Betrug

    Montenegrische Militärs sind in ein Beschaffungs Betrug verwickelt.

    Vollkommen korrupt, ganz kurz gesagt, wenn man zu weit überhöhten Preisen Material, Ausrüstung und Petroleum einkauft.

    Army Scandal Puts State Union Under New Strain

    Damning procurement report blaming top Montenegrins fuels Montenegro’s state union grievances.

    By Daniel Sunter in Belgrade (BCR No 576, 23-Sep-05)

    A scandal over the acquisition of military equipment has inflicted further damage on already tense relations between Serbia and Montenegro.

    The scandal broke on September 15 when the Serbian finance minister, Mladjan Dinkic, released the damning findings of a commission investigating the purchase of protective equipment - such as helmets and flak jackets - for the joint state’s defence forces.

    It blamed top officials for paying exorbitant prices for equipment, and especially the President of the State Union, Svetozar Marovic, and Serbia and Montenegro's minister of defence, Prvoslav Davinic - the former a Montenegrin and the latter a Serb.

    The two men dismissed Dinkic’s claims. President Marovic accused him of “backing up his allegations with slander, without any plausible arguments” and of undermining the institutions of the joint state.

    Marovic, a senior official of the ruling Democratic Socialist Party, DPS, of Montenegro, said he now blamed himself for “keeping alive the illusion of the state union”.

    The defence minister then resigned, while still protesting his innocence.

    The affair went public after Serbia and Montenegro's ministerial council, headed by Marovic, gave the green light for the acquisition of new equipment worth more than 170 million euro - a cost that the Serbian budgetary commission has since strongly criticised.

    Mile Dragic - owner of the company, bearing his name, which was contracted to produce the equipment - has been in custody since September 19, charged with bribery, according to his lawyer, Radivoje Paunovic.

    The government’s Anti-Organised Crime Department and Military Security Agency has also brought criminal charges against Major General Milun Kokanovic, Colonel Jovica Vuckovic and Captain Igor Mijailovic in connection with the case. Kokanovic and Mijailovic are accused of abusing their position, Vuckovic of accepting a bribe.......................

    ttp://www.iwpr.net/index.pl?archive/bcr3/bcr3_200509_576_4_eng.txt

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