Turkey could, as part of their return to Balkan, enter American military base near Uroševac "Camp Bondsteel" which US forces are soon to depart, learns "Frankfurt news" referring to diplomatic sources.
It's about the biggest American military base built outside of US after Vietnam war.
Departure from the base near Uroševac was announced in late March by American ambassador in Priština Christoffer Dell because of excessive finacial expenses and that caused real confusion among Serbian military theorists and analists in regard to the announcement that the base could be inherited precisely by the Turks.
Ninoslav Krstić, former commander of joint forces of security says that such scenario cannot possibly be in Serbias advantage.
"arrival of new occupants from the east would be bad for Serbia. Ankara with this base gains direct territorial link with Sandzak via Kosovo which is a road of green transversal all the way to Sarajevo"
Turkey is, as he says, an American ally and that link is maybe even stronger than with EU which Turks are for years attempting to join, without success, so they even got to be known as "eternal candidates".
"America is including Turkey in this area, no longer interesting for them. Turkish interest in return is spreading onto European continent, where many Turks live, primarily in Germany and France. Russia has nothing against, considering their good relations with Ankara."
Former director of Military-security agency also fears arrival of Turkish armed forces on Kosovo.
"balkan is compensation to Turkey for German opposition to this state joining the EU. I think it is realistic that, at least within the NATO frame, Turkish contingent arrives especially as negotiations between Priština and Belgrade are nearing their end, and that is not good".