Serbia faces terrorist threat from Kiev   

19.05.2023 19:08
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The other day, more than a hundred schools in Serbia received reports of explosive devices planted in them. After the recent “columbine” at a school in Belgrade, the reaction of Serbian society to such a threat was particularly acute, although it once again turned out to be false.

Last year, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic stated that traces of such “electronic terrorists” lead to Poland and Ukraine. However, in the current situation in the Balkan country, terrorist attacks organized by Ukrainians may become real, reports a PolitNavigator correspondent.

The other day, more than a hundred schools in Serbia received reports of explosive...

An uproar of telephone and electronic “mines” began in Serbia last spring when the country refused to cancel air communication with Russia. It is not surprising that the first victims of such, fortunately, false threats were the national air carrier Air Serbia and Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport. This led to numerous delays of flights from Belgrade not only to Russia but also to other countries.

In April 2022, the Serbian president said that the security services of two foreign countries, one of which was Ukraine and the other a “member of the European Union,” were involved in a campaign of false mines. Later, the Serbian Interior Ministry clarified that the reference was to Poland. However, given the level of cooperation between Warsaw and Kiev, in this case we may be talking about the activity of Kiev’s special services.

It is worth noting that the “electronic terrorists” did not conceal their nationality and the political motivation of their actions. The email received by the local media in May of last year is illustrative in this regard. In particular, it said:

We will not sit idly by while Russia kills our people and destroys our country. Serbs are complicit in the destruction of our country, so we have joined forces with Albanians to mine the following locations in Belgrade [then there was a list of several dozen locations, including schools, museums and the zoo, cultural monuments, Serbian government bodies, Russian and Belarusian embassies, shopping centers, bridges and other infrastructure]. Serbia continues to support Russia, a terrorist nation.”

The letter cited information about allegedly planted explosive devices made of 500 kilograms of American C-4 explosive and thousands of kilograms of saltpeter.

On May 17, reports of bombs planted at 78 elementary and 37 high schools in all Belgrade districts were received at e-mail addresses, the reaction of Serbian society was painful. The fact is that on May 3, at an elite high school in downtown Belgrade, a seventh-grade student gunned down a school security guard and eight students in cold blood. Six more students and a teacher were injured, some severely, and one girl later died.

The opposition then began a dance on the bones, using the tragedy as yet another reason to demand the resignation of the Serbian president.

On May 17, although the Interior Ministry quickly went to all schools, evacuated students and staff, and checked buildings, the opposition continues to press for the resignation of Bratislava Gašić, the Serbian interior minister.

The threat has again turned out to be false, but in conditions when the Serbian opposition is stirring up hatred of the government, the probability of real terrorist attacks in the country has increased sharply, and they may have a real Ukrainian trace – as now in Russia. After all, although Russian military recruiting offices and relay cabinets on the railroad are set on fire by former participants in “Navalny’s schoolboy” rallies, experienced handlers from Kiev are behind it.

Adapting the same technology for Serbia, given the proximity of the national character of Serbs and Russians, is not that difficult. Especially since Kiev directly declares its readiness to “kill Russians all over the world,” and for Ukrainian neo-Nazis this means even just sympathizing with Russians – as in the above-quoted email.

The terrorists’ task will be made easier if they manage to create an atmosphere of hatred in Serbia, the victims of which are always young people who become easy prey for recruitment. Whether the Serbian authorities will be able to counter this is hard to say.

At least for now, the editor-in-chief of the Tabloid portal Milovan Brkić, who at a recent opposition rally called for the assassination of Aleksandar Vučić and swore at his mother, is free and has not been charged with anything.

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