Experts: Illegal Post Offices of Serbia in Kosovo, would be turned into polling stations for conflicts in favor of Serbia and Russia
Telephone messages for participating in the Serbian referendum were sent to the phones of Kosovo Serb citizens. KosovaPress provided the message of the Republic Election Commission of Serbia, through which they are informed that they will vote in the mail.
Commenting on this and last night’s ban on referendum material in Merdar, university professor Arben Hajrulahu told KosovaPess that Vucic’s goal is not to hold a referendum, but to provoke Kosovo and take on the role of a victim.
The telephone message received by KosovaPress, sent by the Republic Election Commission of the Republic of Serbia, invites to vote on Sunday, January 16, through the Post of Serbia.
“The Republic Election Commission of the Republic of Serbia informs the citizens of Serbia living in Kosovo that they can vote for the change of the Constitution of Serbia through the Post of Serbia, on Sunday, January 16, 2022. They will be informed about the ballots later! “Reads the messages they sent to Serbian citizens in Kosovo.
Professor Hajrulahu emphasizes that this means that “the post office would be turned into polling stations, which would violate the sovereignty of the Republic of Kosovo.”
“At the last minute, Vučić is trying to transform the Post of Serbia, which is working illegally in Kosovo, into polling stations, thus camouflaging the holding of this referendum.” “The Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo, international conventions and practices that apply to all democratic countries are the only way in which the citizens of Kosovo Serbs will exercise their right to express their opinion in tomorrow’s referendum,” Hajrulahu said.
Last night at 9.40 pm, the Kosovo border police stopped a car and two trucks with Serbian license plates on Merdare, carrying voting materials for Serbian referendum.
Commenting on the event, security expert Agim Musliu said that Serbia and its secret services were interested in turning the territory of Kosovo into a possible conflict, which suits Vladimir Putin, who is facing a crisis in his own neighborhood and in Russia itself.
“Both Belgrade and Moscow have internal and external problems. “Serbian secret services have an agreement with the Russian secret services to coordinate subversive actions in order to help each other,” Agim Musliu told KosovaPress.
Musliu further adds that “the staging is part of the tradition of Serbian secret actions and that the referendum is a good opportunity for such staging.”
He added that a referendum would be held in Serbia on the anniversary of Oliver Ivanovic’s murder.
“Imagine how active the Russian-Serbian services are. Ivanovic was killed on January 16, 2018, only because he did not agree with them, and on January 16, 2022, they are trying to create a conflict in Kosovo. “Of course, that then attracts the attention of the West in Kosovo and diverts attention from Kazakhstan or Ukraine, where the invasion of Ukraine by Russia is expected,” said Agim Musliu.
As for the common Russian-Serbian goals, Professor Arben Hajrulahu emphasizes that Kosovo and security institutions should be vigilant in that regard.
“It is common knowledge that Putin is looking for hotbeds of the crisis, so Kosovo and Kosovo institutions must be aware that the country’s security may be endangered. We must not allow provocations to occur that can be used the most by Vučić and Putin. “It is known that they are allies and that they interact,” concluded university professor Arben Hajrulahu.