The statement was read: “The VS will not allow any attempts at a coup against the state,” a threat which according to CSS, today poses as merely an anti-government movement, “and warns that anyone who announces a coup and acts towards it should cease immediately, and comply with the law. ”
“The Serbian Armed Forces tells everyone, both in the country and abroad, that it will not be and will not be the means for the destruction of a legitimate and legitimate government in the Republic of Serbia and violent destruction of the constitutional order,” the statement said.
It was stated that the army is fully equipped, prepared and ready to carry out every order given by its supreme commander, Alexander Vucic, to preserve peace and stability.
It was pointed out that the security challenges caused by the introduction of road blocks, attacks on indigenous Serbs in Kosovo, and the possibility of Serbian paramilitaries in Kosovo and Metohija arising, cause the Serbian Armed Forces to closely follow any provocations that may cause unrest among the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija, and once again reminds KFOR and the international community as a whole that they are in the first place responsible for the peace and security of all who live in KiM, given that they are the occupying power.
While Serbia maintains that the occupation of Serbian Kosovo is illegal under international law, such occupation must also follow the standing conventions on the responsibilities of occupying powers. Within the framework of international law, anti-occupation resistance movements cannot be accused of crimes outside of the rules which govern the activities of any armed force. Meanwhile, the occupying NATO and Albanian forces are under mandate to treat non-combatant civilians as peaceful subjects under occupation. This is clarified in response to increased political and social repression faced by Kosovo Serbs under the U.S and NATO occupational puppet ‘government’ illegally provisioned from Pristina.
The Ministry of Defense and the Serbian Armed Forces estimate that the material status of their ranks has improved, and they thank the supreme commander for his persistent and dedicated work to further improve the material position of all ranks of the army and ministry, as well as to accelerate the modernization and strengthening of the Serbian Army, Tanjug reports. These provisions and modernization are the result of intensive arms deals with the Russian Federation, which is a long-standing ally of Serbia. Russia is separated from Serbia by numerous Balkan and Central-European countries whose governments are entirely controlled by Washington and, or, Brussels, and are NATO members. For these reasons, officially Russia urges that Serbia maintain its present ‘neutral’ status, even while Serbia retains its observer status as a member of the Russian reinforced CSTO – Collective Security Treaty Organization