Skip to comments.Russia to build power plant for Serbs
Posted on 05/11/2006 11:17:39 AM PDT by kronos77
Russian state-owned company Technopromexport has announced it will build a thermal power plant in Serbia within three years. The company Wednesday signed a contract with Serbia and Switzerland's Mentor Energy, company officials said. The construction of the plant, with two 450-megawatt blocks, is estimated to cost $877 million. Maja Gojkovich, mayor of the Serbian town Novi Sad, where the plant will be built, said the project will greatly benefit the economy of the town and the country, the RIA Novosti news agency reported. "It will provide work for 5,000 to 6,000 Serbs and guarantee orders for a number of Serbian businesses," she said. Technopromexport, a leading electricity exporter and builder of energy facilities, has a number of projects in foreign countries, including India, where it is participating in the construction of a thermal power plant and the upgrading of the Obra power plant. The company also plans to win a $500 million tender for the construction of a 1,900-megawatt power plant in India's North Karanpura.
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If you're going to account for it that way, on average it takes 1 3/4 Serbs to make what an Albanian is making and 15 1/2 Serbs to make what my fellow Americans are making.
So you can try and talk up Serbia all you want, just like a Honduran is free to extoll the virtues of his country.
Just don't expect anybody with half a clue to take you seriously.
You might not be, but some of your fellow Serbs back in the Balkans are as up into their necks in those activities as their Albanian neighbors.
There is no factual basis for any claims of Serbian exceptionalism when compared to its neighbors.
Yeah, yeah, yeah. And the Serbs are well-known as the unrepentant war criminals of Europe.
Guess which one is going to continue to color America and Europe's policies?
Serbia remains the most multicultural nation in the Balkans, making your nonsense about them caring only about parentage even more laughable than most of your other lies about the Serbs, pancake boy.
I did....and lo and behold one took the bait. The sucker is you in believing the BS, as the proof is there. You are one of the worse in that you have the knowledge, the research and the background yet you lie due to some misguided loyality to the Clinton Administration and their underhanded dealings. You worked for them once, and now you are just a loyal subject supporting the lies perpetrated from this wacky former group of spin doctors. Most Americans have no clue as to the truth as some don't even know where Kosovo is located on a map......you are different, you know the situation and still fail to tell the truth due to your political, or personal agenda, loyality, or whatever. It's a very dangerous game that is being played and there is no Plan B for the U.S., NATO or UN involvement. It's a bandaid and agreements based on Power and misplaced politics.
They (the perps in this), could care less that hundreds of innocent Albanians, Bosnians, Croats, Serbs, are murdered and those that will be murdered after the independence if it occurs.
It's not BS its absolute truth, and you know it. You have war criminals that are Serbs being chased. Then you have War Criminals from the KLA who are members of the Mafia, getting pardoned and made leaders of political parties and prime Ministers. Seems a little one sided, you think? yet no one says a thing........
Yeah, that's the ticket.... and I was Milosevic's CIA case officer back in the 1980s too.
And Srebrenica never happened, Racak was a setup, and there were no mass graves of K-Albanians in Kosovo.
Actually, where I think you have worked I can't mention here mainly because it's against the rules, so I won't.
Secondly, Srebrenica did happen but 2,000-3,000 insurgents or combatants were killed not 8,000 as said before. Granted, the Serbs did execute POW's, which is what they are on trial for. The Serb nationalist are protecting their middle level commanders and police chief's BTW.
Rajak was a set up also, as the Frence, Spainish and several other investigating teams indicated that many reasons and observations, to include the KLA's behavior with the OSCE observers, the bodies being moved, and the quick burial of the 9 bodies that it is suspected were actual KLA. Rajak was a KLA stronghold, they provoked the Serbs and either the KLA killed the 40-45...or they were killed by the shelling after the Serbs were provoked. Speculation also indicates that they might have been killed by the NATO bombing which was very out of control (or maybe not), and killed civilians both Serbs and Albanians. The bodies were placed in Rajak to appear like a massacre. Either way, the scene and bodies did not indicate a massacre. This is a long story very short........there were a few mass graves in Kosovo but not as previously reported by the Clinton Adminitration. Where are the 10,000 dead bodies....They only found 2,100 and some odd number, with three bodies here, five there, etc......the most they found was 22 bodies and confirmed they were Serbs buried in a mass grave.......
If you believe the whole story, then they have lied to you as well. If you are part of the lie, shame on you.
tom, hoplite is living on his daddy's coattails.
I have been told that the site.. www.savekosovo.org of which is designed to tell the truth about Kosovo, has been attacked by another organization. They made up a dummy site called www.savekosova.org to through people off. The fight for Kosovo Independence has taken a nasty turn. It's a fact that there has been 32 attacks on minotities, which included property damage from 1-11 May 2006. I've got the reports and in addition, sources in CivPol have informed me that the UN said to not report this outside the chain. These reports from 1-11 may are only scratching the surface of what's going on within Kosovo.
Montenegro is heading to Independence to join Kosovo to become a Mafia state as well. May I venture a "guess", that International powers are targeting Macedonia between now and 2010 to be broken up as well.
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