Remembering Russian Paratroopers Who Foiled NATO Plans to Invade Serbia Twenty Years Ago!

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20 years ago, Russian paratroopers made a 600-kilometer march from Bosnia to Pristina, taking the Slatina airport shortly before NATO troops were deployed there. The operation came as a complete surprise to NATO and allowed Moscow to deploy its peacekeepers in the north of Kosovo. On June 12, the province celebrated two events. While the authorities of the breakaway republic were honoring Bill Clinton and Madeleine Albright, Serbian enclaves were recalling how they met the Russian convoy.




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