Serbia bribed Central African Republic minister to withdraw Kosovo’s recognition


Gazeta Express
26 Gusht 2019 18:43

Serbia paid around 340 thousand US dollars to buy a verbal note confirming that the Central African Republic, CAR, has withdrawn its decision to recognise Kosovo’s independence. The scandal of Serbian diplomacy was discovered by African media CNC, revealing a secret meeting of CAR Foreign Minister with an advisor to Serbian foreign minister, Ivica Dacic, nicknamed Vlad. Vladimir or ‘Vlad’ reportedly is a secret emissary of Dacic tasked by Serbia to lobby in Africa against Kosovo’s independence by corrupting state officials offering high amount of money in exchange of derecognition of Kosovo, Gazeta Express reports.  

Serbian diplomacy headed by Ivica Dacic is continuing aggressive campaign against Kosovo’s independence, alleging that different countries of the world, mainly from Africa, have withdrawn recognition of Kosovo. In July 2019, Dacic presented in Belgrade a document alleging that Central African Republic has withdrawn its decision to recognise Kosovo as an independent state. But all the efforts of Serbian diplomacy turn out to be a scandal for the Central African Republic, Gazeta Express reports. Central African Republic media CNC, has found out that in July 2019 an advisor to Serbian FM Dacic nicknamed ‘Vlad’ met secretly in France with CAR Foreign Minister, Sylvie Baipo Temon.

During the meeting Dacic’s advisor Foreign Minister 200 million francs of CAR (340 thousand US dollars) as bribe in exchange of a verbal note confirming derecongition of Kosovo, Gazeta Express reports. After the meeting in France, Serbian FM Dacic was cuiqk to announce in Belgrade that allegedly another country has withdrawn Kosovo’s recognition and presented the verbal note of Central African Republic on withdrawing Kosovo’s recognition. According to CNC, neither president nor prime minister of Central African Republic have been consulted by Foreign Minister on the decision. Media have reported that also Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov has been involved in this bargaining exerting pressure on the Government of CAR to agree on the verbal note confirming withdrawal of Kosovo’s recognition. The CNC writes that CAR Foreign Minister has been involved in other scandals and corruption affairs, shaking the credibility of the government of CAR headed by Firmin Ngrébada. /GazetaExpress/

Serbia paid around 340 thousand US dollars to buy a verbal note confirming that the Central African Republic, CAR, has withdrawn its decision to recognise Kosovo’s independence. The scandal of Serbian diplomacy was discovered by African media CNC, revealing a secret meeting of CAR Foreign Minister with an advisor to Serbian foreign minister, Ivica Dacic, nicknamed Vlad. Vladimir or ‘Vlad’ reportedly is a secret emissary of Dacic tasked by Serbia to lobby in Africa against Kosovo’s independence by corrupting state officials offering high amount of money in exchange of derecognition of Kosovo, Gazeta Express reports.  

Serbian diplomacy headed by Ivica Dacic is continuing aggressive campaign against Kosovo’s independence, alleging that different countries of the world, mainly from Africa, have withdrawn recognition of Kosovo. In July 2019, Dacic presented in Belgrade a document alleging that Central African Republic has withdrawn its decision to recognise Kosovo as an independent state. But all the efforts of Serbian diplomacy turn out to be a scandal for the Central African Republic, Gazeta Express reports. Central African Republic media CNC, has found out that in July 2019 an advisor to Serbian FM Dacic nicknamed ‘Vlad’ met secretly in France with CAR Foreign Minister, Sylvie Baipo Temon.

During the meeting Dacic’s advisor Foreign Minister 200 million francs of CAR (340 thousand US dollars) as bribe in exchange of a verbal note confirming derecongition of Kosovo, Gazeta Express reports. After the meeting in France, Serbian FM Dacic was cuiqk to announce in Belgrade that allegedly another country has withdrawn Kosovo’s recognition and presented the verbal note of Central African Republic on withdrawing Kosovo’s recognition. According to CNC, neither president nor prime minister of Central African Republic have been consulted by Foreign Minister on the decision. Media have reported that also Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov has been involved in this bargaining exerting pressure on the Government of CAR to agree on the verbal note confirming withdrawal of Kosovo’s recognition. The CNC writes that CAR Foreign Minister has been involved in other scandals and corruption affairs, shaking the credibility of the government of CAR headed by Firmin Ngrébada. /GazetaExpress/

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