Kurginyan: To the US authorities, a “democratic” leader is the one who licks their boots

17.10.2020, Moscow.

The US have no right to talk about “territorial integrity” and “the presumption of innocence” after what took place in Serbia and Kosovo, said political scientist, said the leader of the Essence of Time movement, political scientist Sergey Kurginyan on October 13 on the air of the Evening with Vladimir Solovyov TV program on Russia One channel.


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20 years ago, the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia established a new criminal world order

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It is an attempt to make the whole world “get used to the fact” that in the new American-centered world order, where the US and their satellites are allowed to violate the basic provisions of the UN Charter and the entire international law brazenly and with impunity.
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Kurginyan: West tramples on international law, but demands others comply with it

17.03.2019, Moscow.

With its aggression in Kosovo, the West has trampled on international law, which caused a domino effect on a global scale, political analyst and leader of the “Essence of Time” movement Sergey Kurginyan stated on the air of “The Right to Know’’ TV program on the TVC channel on March 16.
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President of Czech Republic condemns the double standards of international politics

07.10.2017, Czech Republic.

The difference in attitude towards the Crimea Status Referendum and Kosovo’s independence from Serbia is a clear manifestation of double standards in international politics, said Czech President Miloš Zeman during a TV broadcast, reports RIA News on October 6.
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Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: The quasi-state of Kosovo is the main source of instability in the Balkans

05.05.2017, Russia.

Former Kosvar Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj’s verbal attacks against the Serbian political leadership prove that the quasi-state of Kosovo is the main factor of instability in the Balkans, the Information and Press Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation stated on 3 May on its official website.

The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs pointed out that such statements by the Kosovar politician, referring to what Mr. Haradinaj said after France refused his extradition to Serbia, are absolutely unacceptable.  Meanwhile, there is still no adequate response to his words from either Washington or the EU, says the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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