Wednesday, 18 August 2010

Bullying Serbia?

Certain countries in the EU are bullying us bleats Serbia according to the Telegraph:
Serbia has accused “certain influential EU states” of blackmail, claiming they plan to block its accession to the EU unless the Balkan country accepts the independence of Kosovo.

Bozidar Delic, the Serbian deputy prime minister, made the claim ahead of a United Nations vote on a motion tabled by Serbia calling for the UN to reject Kosovo’s declaration of independence.

“A small number of influential EU member states have decided to use our candidacy application as a means to impose pressure on Serbia ahead and during the debate on Kosovo at the United Nations General Assembly,” Mr Delic claimed in an interview with the Serbian magazine Politika.

Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008, but Belgrade has refused to accept the breakaway republic’s declaration despite considerable international pressure.
Well of course they are Mr Delic, it's nothing new, and will only get worse should Serbia succeed in their EU application. That's the price you will have to pay if you don't want to remain a sovereign nation.

If you don't like it, take Iceland's lead and adopt 'cherry knocker' tactics with no intention of ever joining. Until then, shut up.

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