Karađorđević: Sila prevladala pravo 22. jul 2010. | 20:32 | Izvor: Beta
Beograd -- Princ Aleksandar Karađorđević izrazio je razočarenje obrazloženjem
Međunarodnog suda pravde o legalnosti proglašenja nezavisnosti Kosova.
Karađorđević je dodao da se iz tog stava "jasno vidi" da je sila prevladala
nad međunarodnom pravdom.
"Neosporavanjem jednostrane deklaracije o nezavisnosti, Sud je posvedočio da
nema sopstveni stav“, navodi se u saopštenju iz kabineta Karađorđevića.
Prema njegovoj oceni, sud je time pokazao “i da nije ni bilo potrebno ovoliko
vremena da bi se javnosti saopštila odluka onih koji su do tragedije i bezakonja
na Kosovu i Metohiji svojom politikom i svojim činjenjem i doveli",
Karađorđević je poslao pismo predsedniku Srbije Borisu Tadiću, premijeru
Mirku Cvetkoviću i ministru spoljnih poslova Vuku Jeremiću u kojem je apelovao
na njih da, uprkos stavu suda, nastave pravednu borbu da se očuva suverenitet
zemlje, sigurnost građana i teritorijalni integritet.
"Želim Vam mnogo uspeha u daljim nastojanjima da se očuvaju mir i dobri
odnosi sa svim susedima u regionu radi dobra svih građana. Želim Vam takođe
uspeh u naporima da se osigura budućnost Srbije u EU i prosperitet za sve
građane", naveo je Karađorđević.
B92 website, Source: Beta, Tanjug, 23.7.2010
"Force above law"
In a strongly worded statement in Belgrade on Thursday, Serbia's Crown Prince
Aleksandar Karađorđević expressed his disappointment with the ICJ ruling.
He said the advisory opinion announced in The Hague "showed clearly that
force overcame international law".
"By not denouncing the unilateral independence declaration, the court
testified to the fact it had no stance of its own, and that it was unnecessary
for this amount of time to pass for the decision to be announced to the public,
which came from those whose policy and actions have led to the tragedy and
lawlessness in Kosovo and Metohija," his cabinet said in Belgrade.
Prince Aleksandar also sent a letter to President Boris Tadić, Prime Minister
Mirko Cetković and Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremić, appealing on them to, despite
the advisory opinion, continue with the just fight to preserve the country's
sovereignty, the safety of her citizens and her territorial integrity.
"I wish you success in your further efforts to preserve peace and good
relations with all the regional neighbors. I also wish you success in your
efforts to secure Serbia's future in the EU and prosperity for all her
citizens," wrote the crown prince.
23 July 2010 BALKANS.COM
HRH Crown Prince Alexander II - “We are disappointed about the opinion of the
International Court of Justice in the Hague Balkan Business News Correspondent -
In a statement released yesterday, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander
commented regarding the decision by the International Court of Justice on Kosovo
in the Hague today.
HRH Crown Prince Alexander stated the following: “We are disappointed about
the opinion of the International Court of Justice in the Hague announced today.
It clearly shows that force has prevailed over International Justice! By making
the decision that independence is irreversible, the Court confirmed that it
basically didn’t have its’ own standpoint, and that it didn’t actually need such
a long time to present to the public decision made by those who brought tragedy
and lawlessness to Kosovo and Metohija by their policy and their deeds.
The Crown Prince wrote letters to President Boris Tadic, Prime Minister Mirko
Cvetkovic and Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic stating “despite today’s decision by
the International Court of Justice, I wish that you and your associates will
continue with the righteous struggle to preserve our country’s sovereignty,
security of our people and territorial integrity. In addition I wish you all the
best for your endeavours in keeping peace and good relations in our region with
all neighbours for the sake of all citizens. I also wish you success in securing
the future of Serbia in the European Union and prosperity for all citizens”.
HRH Crown Prince Alexander is the son of HM King Peter of Yugoslavia. King
Peter II in London married in London, Princess Alexandra of Greece and Denmark,
the daughter of HM King Alexander of the Hellenes and Aspasia Manos. Source: HRH
Crown Prince Alexander II