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    Comment by the Information and Press Department on attempts to find a “Russian trace” connection to civil disturbances in Belgrade

    Comment by the Information and Press Department on attempts to find a “Russian trace” connection to civil disturbances in Belgrade

    1051-09-07-2020

     

    Some online media have claimed that there is a “Russian trace” in the civil disturbances that took place in the Serbian capital on July 7-8.

    It is clear that the authors of this stovepiping are trying to conform to the well-known conspiracy stereotypes of their sponsors, who tend to see a “Russian connection” everywhere. What we actually see is cheap “paid journalism” with only one purpose: to tarnish the Russian-Serbian partnership.

    We expect a quick end to the violence, the restoration of public order and stability in friendly Serbia, and a return to a constitutionally based sociopolitical discussion on all pressing issues facing the country.