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Serbia warns EU as Russia aims at U.S. over Kosovo

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posted on Sep, 12 2007 @ 10:14 AM
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Serbia warns EU as Russia aims at U.S. over Kosovo


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BRUSSELS/BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia warned the EU on Wednesday it would not accept any decision on Kosovo taken outside the United Nations and its ally Russia told the United States to stop backing Kosovo independence while talks continue.
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posted on Sep, 12 2007 @ 10:14 AM
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As an American in my opinion we should stop pushing for Kosovo's Independence. There is no reason to keep angering the Russians like this. The Russian elections are coming up and the Russian people have about had it with the US.

Putin has been very patient with the US his successor will not be. The Russian people will choose someone who is going to not only stand up to Irresponsible American foriegn policy but push back.

We need to seek closer ties with Russia. We are fighting the same enemies whether it be in Chechnya or Afghanistan. We need to realize that and support Russia's involvement in Chechnya instead being against it. Chechen snipers have killed and maimed US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Polish missile shield, Kososvo's independence, and complaints about Russian operations in Chechnya are irresponsible. I can about guarantee that these actions and past actions like NATO breaking up Yugoslavia will come back to haunt the West.

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[edit on 12/9/07 by MikeboydUS]



posted on Sep, 12 2007 @ 10:24 AM
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Russian argument is Kosovo being a sensitive issue and shouldn't be rushed.

They have a point.

Everyone has a right to self-determination, but by forcing the solution so quickly, it can be painful and dangerous. It could spark another conflict in the area. Tensions are still high.



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