“The infamous affair involving a Russian “patriotic” youth camp in Zlatibor, Serbia, which was shut down by the local police in August 2018, highlighted Moscow’s growing attempts to spread its “Russian World” (“Russkiy Mir”) ideology to other countries while utilizing military-patriotic boot camps organized and sponsored by the Russian government (see Part One in EDM, October 24). Another notable albeit largely obfuscated detail pertaining to the incident in Serbia has been the reported link between the Zlatibor youth camp and one of Russia’s most notorious private military companies (PMC), E.N.O.T. Corp. (Enotcorp.org, accessed October 20).” (full article: Jamestown Foundation)
@fodorstravel profiles #tourism in the National Parks of @Croatia_hr.
#Kosovo Prime Minister @haradinajramush resigns following an invitation for questioning to the Specialist Chambers in The Hague as a suspect.
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