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Germany unveils horrific scenarios for Balkans: War threatens to erupt, here is Vucic's plan and states that will be shaken by a new armed conflict in the region

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Exactly 30 years after the outbreak of the war in Bosnia, where about 100,000 people were killed, signs of a new armed conflict in the Balkans are increasing. Some analysts are concerned about a war axis stretching from Moscow to Belgrade and up to Republika Srpska's capital, Banja Luka. Germany is alarmed by the hot situation in the Balkans. German Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht paid a visit to several Western Balkan countries, Bosnia, Serbia and Kosovo. This visit is related to her concern that the Balkans could plunge again into a serious crisis or even an armed conflict between ethnic groups. Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock was here just a few weeks ago. Later this week, Chancellor Scholz invited the heads of government of Serbia and Kosovo to the chancellery for talks on the crisis. Terrible scenarios for the Balkans are not missing. It is suspected that Russia will use its influence to destabilize the region, based on the model of Ukraine, write the German media. Lambrecht's journey began in Bosnia, the Serb-majority republic. Concerns about an escalation in Bosnia have also alarmed the EU mission Altea, which has had a stabilizing force on the ground for many years. In February, due to possible tensions, Altea activated several combat companies and sent them to Bosnia. Problems in the conflict between Serbia and Kosovo are just as urgent. In 2008 Prishtina declared its independence. To date, Serbia has not recognized this sovereignty, on the contrary it has continued to claim the territory of Kosovo. According to observers, the situation could escalate at any time. The federal government wanted to advance the dialogue. This is one of the reasons why Chancellor Olaf Scholz invited Albin Kurti and Aleksandar Vucic to Berlin this week. "If Serbia were to side with Russia out of frustration at its shaky EU accession, the fear is that Moscow would have an ally who could then influence and destabilize the entire region in the Kremlin's interests," Der Spiegel added. Lambrecht said that the precondition is for the Kosovo issue to be finally resolved. the fear is that Moscow would have an ally that could then influence and destabilize the entire region in the Kremlin's interest, adds Der Spiegel. Lambrecht said that the precondition is for the Kosovo issue to be finally resolved. the fear is that Moscow would have an ally that could then influence and destabilize the entire region in the Kremlin's interest, adds Der Spiegel. Lambrecht said that the precondition is for the Kosovo issue to be finally resolved.

Vucic, like Putin, aims to create "Srpski Svet"

Serbia is a candidate for EU membership, but that has not stopped the president from flirting with the Kremlin, or praising Serbo-Chinese friendship, pretending in Washington that it is the only "anchor" of stability in the Balkans. Newly elected for another term, pressure on Vucic has increased since the beginning of the Russian occupation. He is asked to have a clear attitude. But the Serbian president continues to play with 2 gates. Serbia recently armed itself with a Chinese air defense system. Thousands of people also marched in Belgrade a while ago, chanting: "Putin! "Serbia and Russia, brothers forever!" Vuçiç needs Russia to block any kind of UN Security Council resolution aimed at a formal recognition of Kosovo. Like Russia, that is strengthening its imperial ambitions with the impressive phrase "Russkiy Mir" The Russian world, the term "Srpski Svet", the Serbian world can be heard more and more in Serbia, a name that carefully includes all areas where Serbs live. Vucic is eager to partially preserve the Greater Serbia rhetoric used by Slobodan Milosevic since the 1990s. According to a poll conducted in April, a majority of Serbs have spoken out for the first time in two decades against membership in the European Union. Vucic dreams of "a great, powerful Serbia" to be feared by others, says political scientist Vedran Dzihic, who teaches in Vienna. Vucic is eager to partially preserve the Greater Serbia rhetoric used by Slobodan Milosevic since the 1990s. According to a poll conducted in April, a majority of Serbs have spoken out for the first time in two decades against membership in the European Union. Vucic dreams of "a great, powerful Serbia" to be feared by others, says political scientist Vedran Dzihic, who teaches in Vienna. Vucic is eager to partially preserve the Greater Serbia rhetoric used by Slobodan Milosevic since the 1990s. According to a poll conducted in April, a majority of Serbs have spoken out for the first time in two decades against membership in the European Union. Vucic dreams of "a great, powerful Serbia" to be feared by others, says political scientist Vedran Dzihic, who teaches in Vienna.