'CIA is preparing chaos in Kosovo': Serbian pro-government media

The cover of 'Novosti' in the main headline writes about Chechens recruiting Kosovars
 The cover of 'Novosti' in the main headline writes about Chechens recruiting Kosovars
 The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, has invited a meeting of the National Security Council for Saturday, the main topic of which is expected to be the situation in Kosovo and security challenges.

The pro-government media "Novosti", in an article entitled "CIA is preparing chaos in Kosovo and Metohija, with Chechens and Albanians", writes that the Central Intelligence Agency "has engaged extremist and criminal groups that in the following period should provoke incidents in the administrative line that would be the trigger for the increase of NATO troops" (in Kosovo).

According to this newspaper, the main goal will be the destruction of Russia's influence in the Balkans, and this plan "includes the Chechens, the opposition leaders of President Kadyrov, mercenaries connected to criminals from Kosovo, who are tasked with attacking the Kosovo police dressed in the uniform of the Serbian army, in order to trigger the reaction of KFOR from the US military base 'Bondstill'.

Days ago, the president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, said that opponents of Ramzan Kadyrov, who is fighting in Ukraine on the side of Russia, the Chechens and Circassians, were in Kosovo in order to recruit Albanians who would fight in Ukraine. but also to eliminate "armed Serbs".

Vucic mentioned the names of two Chechen opposition leaders: Akhmed Zakaev and Dzhambullat Suleimanov. Both apostrophized Chechens have categorically denied Vučić's claims, which they described as provocations by Serbia.
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