Kneza Miloša, one of the most beautiful streets of Belgrade.
Jonathan Manikas, an American man, uploaded yesterday to Youtube a poignant video where he apologizes to Serbian people for the bombing of Serbia in 1999. He wrote:
On top of the 2,500 Serbian civilians murdered by U.S.-led NATO, the targeted bombing of civilian infrastructure (such as electricity & water supplies, and communication systems) is a war crime under international law as well.
The bombing was more about geopolitics, with the Pentagon’s intention to extend NATO’s borders to gain military & economic influence at the front door of Russia, than it was about a “humanitarian mission” (obviously).
I’m so sorry what I as an American did to your nation.
Well, watch his video:
The world’s largest social network Facebook has listed Kosovo as a country more than five years after the breakaway territory proclaimed independence from Serbia. Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said in a statement that he “was informed (on Monday) by senior Facebook executives… about including Kosovo in the global social network”.
Shame on you Facebook. Kosovo and Metohija is a stolen and occupied Serbian province. Kosovo is not a country, and China, Russia, Spain, India and a majority of the countries of this world has not recognized Kosovo as a country. So, why do you do that? Kosovo is Serbia for ever. We’ll get it back sooner or later.