Kosovo Accuses Serbia of Bribing Countries Including Cameroun With Arms



After Amnesty International urged Serbia to stop weapons exports to Cameroon, Kosovo has accused Belgrade of using the arms trade to deter countries from recognising its independence. Kosovo’s Foreign Ministry on Sunday accused Serbia of selling – or even giving away – weapons to countries, to dissuade them from recognising its independence.

The ministry said it was “disturbed” by the revelations of international organisations, such as Amnesty International, that Serbian-made weapons are ending up in war-torn African states and in the hands of the Islamist terrorist organisation Boko Haram.
The ministry said that the “publication of these evidence reinforces the conviction that Serbia has used, and is still using, the sale or gifts of weapons as a diplomatic tool to persuade some countries from recognising Kosovo”.

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