Rada Trajkovic, President of the European Movement of Serbs from Kosovo and advisor in the Kosovo government, said that the Serbian Orthodox Church is the “main lever of destructive power” of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and said that he will never impose sanctions on Russia.
In an interview with the Vojvodina-based Autonomija portal, Rada Trajkovic said that Vucic had turned Serbia towards Russia instead of the West, and that Serbia is now more distant from the EU than it had ever been.
The main lever of Vucic’s destructive power is, unfortunately, the Serbian Orthodox Church, which, together with the Russian Church, is successfully destabilising the region – she assessed.
She accused the SPC Patriarch Porfirije of fulfilling the political orders of Aleksandar Vučić.
Rada Trajovic said that barricades in the north of Kosovo had recently been erected by “Milan Radojicic’s mafia group”.
Journalist Tim Judah recently wrote about it and claimed that more than 600 young people from the north of Kosovo were taken to Raska, where they were trained to resist the Albanians. In this sense, the story about the Wagner group that was allegedly conducted there is more of a ruse used to encourage the Serbs, but also propaganda, the goal of which is to further bind the Serbs to the Russians in a political sense.
If Belgrade does not make a definitive stand against Russia, she said, Kosovo will receive more and more support from NATO, strengthening and investing in Kosovo’s military potential.
Trajkovic said that Vucic will never impose sanctions on Russia.
She asked why there was no strong voice of opposition parties against such a policy of Vucic and assessed that such a voice would be supported by some partners in the region, especially those whose national borders are threatened by the actions of the Vucic regime.
In these societies, Serbia could find many friends and colleagues – both in Bosnia and Herzegovina and in Montenegro, a country which, as is well known, has always given refuge to democratic opposition leaders in Serbia. I sometimes wonder whether this kind of anti-Western and anti-neighbourly deal between the government and the opposition represents a “now or never” strategy, an attempt to achieve Serbia’s big-state goals, said Rada Trajković.
She accused Aleksandar Vučić of being “a man who fights only for himself” and of not caring about Serbia./Pobjeda/