Kosovo Serbs are facing apartheid and Palestine-style oppression – ex-Serbian FM Vuk Jeremic
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Vuk Jeremic – the former president of the UN General Assembly, the former foreign minister of Serbia, and the current president of the Serbian People’s Party – about the recent clashes between Kosovo Serbs and NATO troops alongside Kosovo police. He discusses the root of oppression of Serbs in Kosovo, the lack of Global South recognition of Kosovo, and why he calls Kosovo’s Prime Minister Albin Kurti an anti-Serb ‘extremist’ who wants a ‘Greater Albania’. Jeremic also touches on the decline in support for Kosovo, even among allies such as the US, over Kurti’s hardline anti-Serb policies, and why he suspects he didn’t become UN secretary-general over his views on Kosovo. He also discusses the parallels between the Russia-NATO proxy war in Ukraine and NATO’s partition of Yugoslavia, then Serbia, and much more.
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