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Obradovic: Serbia Would be Rich ‘If it Invested in Russia as Much as in EU’

Obradovic: Serbia Would be Rich ‘If it Invested in Russia as Much as in EU’

Commenting on Serbian-EU relations and on how they might change after the US president-elect moves into office, and also after the upcoming elections in France and Germany, Serbian right-wing politician Bosko Obradovic told Sputnik that his home county „would have been prosperous by now if it invested in Russia as much as it did in the EU.“

Bosko Obradovic for Sputnik

Bosko Obradovic for Sputnik

Clinton’s Unwillingness to Cooperate With Russia May Escalate Syria Crisis Hillary Clinton’s likely approach to more aggressive policies overseas given her previous support of the Iraq War and the operation in Afghanistan, as well as her unwillingness to cooperate with Russia may further escalate the Syrian conflict if she becomes next president of the US, chairman of Serbia’s right-wing Dveri party told Sputnik.

Embracing the US-NATO War Criminals Who Destroyed Our Country: Serbia’s Agreements with NATO. A War for US Hegemony in Europe…

Embracing the US-NATO War Criminals Who Destroyed Our Country: Serbia’s Agreements with NATO. A War for US Hegemony in Europe…

Seventeen years have passed and many people have already forgotten that the U. S. and a number of other NATO countries collectively waged one of the most destructive wars on the European continent since the end of World War II–the modern aerial bombing campaign against the Serbian people. In the tradition of the New World Order, this “intervention” wasn’t called “war.” It was argued by various Western politicians and the corporate media that the bombing campaign was directed against the late Serbian President Milošević and his “propaganda machine.”[i] In fact, the NATO bombs loaded with depleted uranium[ii] were falling on [K]

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