Hoxhaj: The Vučić’s regime and the paramilitary group Wagner with a Serbian-Russian hybrid war against Kosovo
The former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kosovo, Enver Hoxhaj reacted to today’s protest at the border of Jarinjë.
Hoxhaj, through Twitter said that the Serbian regime led by Aleksandar Vučić with the help of Russian extremist groups, especially Wagner, is solely responsible for the created tensions.
“Today, on the border between Kosovo and Serbia, the Vucic regime in cooperation with the Wagner group, which is involved in the aggression against Ukraine, organized protests and tensions. This Belgrade dirty game has been around for decades. The Serbian regime is the only one responsible for the tensions”, writes Hoxhaj, The Geopost reports.
Today, on the border between Kosovo & Serbia, the Vucic regime staged protests & tensions in cooperation w/ Wagner group that is involved in the aggression against 🇺🇦. This Belgrade dirty game has been around for decades. Serbian regime is solely responsible for tensions. https://t.co/U5hTGGvyEr
— Enver Hoxhaj (@Enver_Hoxhaj) December 18, 2022
Earlier the protest of Serbian rightists in Jarinjë at the border point with Kosovo has ended.
The protest took place on the side of the territory of Serbia, as a sign of support for the barricades erected by the local Serbs in the north of Kosovo, which are supported by the Belgrade regime.
The call for protest was made by right-wing groups, such as the “National Patrol”, as well as a call for other supporters from Serbia, Montenegro and Republika Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegovina to join the organization.
Among them is Damjan Knezhević, the head of the far-right group “National Patrol” from Serbia, who is related to Danilo Vučić, who is the son of the Serbian president.
The “National Patrol” is known for its actions against immigrants, for glorifying Serbian war criminals and supporting Russia in its war in Ukraine. The organization is linked to the far-right group “Rusov” and the Russian paramilitary group “Wagner”, which it recently visited in Russia.
Some of the roads in the north of Kosovo continue to be blocked for the ninth day in a row. /The Geopost/