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Serbia protests after Croatia's foreign minister calls Vučić a Russian 'satellite' in the Balkans

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By DUSAN STOJANOVIC

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Radman is right: Serbia cannot join the EU while it is puppet of Moscow to cause trouble.

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ThubanToday 06:42 am JST

Serbia is basically the only country in Europe where both Ukrainian news and Russian news is freely broadcast and the public can get both sides of the story.

NATO has a huge problem with that. They want complete control of the narrative and force a single viewpoint upon citizens.

I'm sure EU citizens can get RT on the internet. This is what you endorse as free speech in Russia isn't it?

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Does this link not work for everyone here? Works for me.

https://www.rt.com/

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Protest away. It's true, though.

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NATO has a huge problem with that. They want complete control of the narrative and force a single viewpoint upon citizens.

Why do they need to? The world already knows Russia invaded a sovereign nation that had not attacked them. There is zero doubt among anyone not Russian or MAGA that Russia is clearly in the wrong.

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Stand strong Aleksandar. They are out to get you.

Croatia has a shocking history of collaboration. Really poor comments from Radman who proves he is a puppet yet again.

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