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    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" fears Krstic.

    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." Explains Krstić.

    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".
    Translated from
    http://www.dnevnik.ba/novosti/svijet...bazu-na-kosovu
    And published in all major newspapers in Bosnia, Serbia etc.


    Soo, Turks misbehave towards Israel but still in return they might gain a free foothold on the Balkan they were looking for, for their neo-Ottoman plans! As I've previously said they are forgiven, because they are needed by those in control of America.
    Jews might have had squabbles with Turks recently but when it comes to working against Europe they sing the same tune.

    Turks already have a contingent of 479 soldiers on Kosovo, but if this is correct it could rise dramatically.

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    Typical. America selling Europe to the Turks. It's almost like it was planned all along.
    How Turkey wants to conquer Europe: click here for more.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kemalist View Post
    Oh, come on. As if there are not enough Turks living in those countries to make counter-pressure. Even Merkel's Christian Democratic party has begun to have Turkish deputies elected. As a matter of fact; the Turkish population is rapidly increasing and Germany will soon have to come to a more pro-Turkish point. The same goes for your country, the Netherlands. In France; while there's a significant increase in right-wing movements; socialists are still in power and are preparing to lift their blocks upon Turkey's chapters.

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    Garbage.

    I don't believe it's even possible for the U.S. to sell the base to Turkey. The property would devolve either to general NATO administration, if it remains open, or if it is closed it will go to the control of the Republic of Kosovo, in which case Serbia will dispute it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EuroAmerican View Post
    Garbage.

    I don't believe it's even possible for the U.S. to sell the base to Turkey. The property would devolve either to general NATO administration, if it remains open, or if it is closed it will go to the control of the Republic of Kosovo, in which case Serbia will dispute it.
    I'm not so sceptical, considering who our commander-in-chief is.

    Really, though, this is less than relevant. Kosovo is already a Mohammedan polity and if you're worried about the Turks conquering Europe look at Germany, not the Balkans.

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    Is this a joke?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magister Eckhart View Post
    I'm not so sceptical, considering who our commander-in-chief is.
    Have we ever sold a military base, surrounded by the sovereign territory of one state, to another state? I don't know of any such case, although I admit I may simply be ignorant. But I do not see how it would be possible under international law, & especially given that Kosovo is not universally recognized, I highly doubt that it would be done. The most likely scenario, IMO, is that the base will fall under general NATO administration. That MAY involve the Turks, since they're NATO members, but in that case it couldn't be a unilateral move by the U.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EuroAmerican View Post
    Have we ever sold a military base, surrounded by the sovereign territory of one state, to another state? I don't know of any such case, although I admit I may simply be ignorant. But I do not see how it would be possible under international law, & especially given that Kosovo is not universally recognized, I highly doubt that it would be done. The most likely scenario, IMO, is that the base will fall under general NATO administration. That MAY involve the Turks, since they're NATO members, but in that case it couldn't be a unilateral move by the U.S.
    Quote Originally Posted by EuroAmerican View Post
    Garbage.

    I don't believe it's even possible for the U.S. to sell the base to Turkey. The property would devolve either to general NATO administration, if it remains open, or if it is closed it will go to the control of the Republic of Kosovo, in which case Serbia will dispute it.
    I don't think it would be sold, just "given" according to these reports. And yes it might fall under NATO administration with Turks sending additional troops. What could happen after is that other countries withdraw mostly and as a compensation for that Turks increase their contingent even more, and who knows if they leave NATO one day they could move in a whole Corps there ( their 3rd corps is a rapidly deployable force even now).

    Turkish general elections are in 40 days, and Edogan's AKP is expected to win. Erdogan is expected to run for president next year or in 2014, and then he can serve as president until 2022 or 2024 giving him loads of time to further islamize the Turkey, further promote Neo-Ottomanism abroad, perhaps leave NATO etc..

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    There's a Turkish military base in Kosova already, it's located in Prizren.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horten View Post
    There's a Turkish military base in Kosova already, it's located in Prizren.
    It's a small base for their 500 strong contingent. Camp Bondsteel is much larger though.

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    While more and more are leaving kosova, turks coming there seems very unlikely.

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