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Serbia warns of color revolution Vucic

President Aleksandar Vučić said he was tipped off by a foreign revolutionary hiding among the demonstrators because of his intelligence connections.

Serbian President Alexander Vucic said on Friday that he was informed by his intelligence contacts that foreign-backed revolutionaries were participating in so-called anti-violence rallies in Belgrade. He declared that the West is “causing trouble” for Serbia since Belgrade refused to “give Kosovo to the platter.”

Thousands of protesters and a group of opposition politicians marched in Belgrade on Friday to demand the resignation of Interior Minister Bratislav Gasic and Intelligence Director Alexander Boulin. Demonstrations have erupted in the Serbian capital since two mass shootings earlier this month killed 17 people, including eight children.

Some demonstrators on Friday also called on Vucic to resign, according to RT Balkan newspaper.

“Today we received information from our sister agency in the East that ‘this is an attempt at a color revolution,'” Vucic said at a rally. “I tell them I don’t know what they are going to do, all I know is that these are abominable attempts to abuse the tragic deaths of some children. I did.”

Mr Vucic did not say which country’s intelligence agents tipped him off about the apparent conspiracy against his own government.

“Serbia is sick of your revolution,” he declared. “Serbia is tired of the arrival of people under foreign influence and the destruction of everything Serbia.”

“I’m not trying to intimidate them,” he said, believing that Serbian protesters were working against the interests of the country. “But we will not allow them to coercively and illegally lead policies that are against our national interests.”

The term “color revolution” refers to protest movements funded and organized by Western governments, usually the United States. These revolutions, aimed at overthrowing leaders who oppose US interests, are usually backed by the US. intelligence agency, organized by a collection of US-funded NGOs. Although the term became widely known after his 2003 “Rose Revolution” in Georgia, the first successful color revolution tactic occurred in his 2000 in Yugoslavia. forced to resign of Slobodan Milosevic.

Milosevic had fought off a violent secession attempt by Albanian terrorists in Kosovo a year earlier, yielded to the NATO occupation of the province, and a US-led bloc exposed Serbian cities to a three-month bombing campaign. It was later.

Vucic said on Friday that Serbia has been the target of foreign interference since, as it continues to acquiesce to Western demands and refuse to recognize Kosovo’s independence.

“They expected us to hand over the Republic of Kosovo to them on a platter and say, ‘We made peace, it was right to bomb us,'” Vucic said. No.” He added, “We will never let them give in.” Kosovo became independent. “

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