Die Türkei baut wie Russland, ihren Einfluss im Balkan aus

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Nachden den kriminellen Partnerschaften der NATO Staaten im Balkan, der Betrugs Entwicklungshilfe, dem Betrug eines angeblichen Demokratie Aufbaues haben NATO Staaten und die USA, ihre Glaubwürdigkeit verloren, was am besten an den hoch kriminellen Geschäften des Kouchners, der Drogen Mafia um Frank Wisner und John Negroponte und den Lobby Bestechungs Diplomaten der Deutschen zu sehen ist.

Wenn Mörder, Terroristen, Drogen Bosse zum Partner werden, wie z.B. bei VW und Mercedes, oder gar rund um die Todesschwadronen, des Xhavit Halili – Hashim Thaci und Haradinaj mit Fatos Nano und Co. in Tirana, geht jede Zivilisation zum Teufel. Am besten geschildert im NATO secret Bericht, über die Kosovo Mafia, wo Alles Ende 1998 schon bekannt war und die NATO Verbrecher Oganisation, trotzdem solche Terroristen zum Partner machte, für strategische Zwecke, damit die USA einen Militär Stützpunkt im Kosovo haben.

Hinzu kommt das US Betrugs Banken System, einem reinen Ponzi System und falsche IMF – Weltbank Beratung, wie die falsche Privatisierungs Beratung der EU und US Profi Verbrecher Organisationen, welche sich im Balkan tummelten. Alle Privatisierungen führten in eine tiefe System Bestechung und Betrugs.

Russland und die Türkei (relativ wenig) sind an diesen Bestechungs Orgien, wie auch China, nur wenig beteiligt. Ganze Länder komplett zu bestechen, das organisierten nur die Deutschen, u.a. mit Siemens, EADS, oder Amerikaner.

Turkey’s starts „soft power“ strategy in Balkans

15/02/2011

Turkey prepares to take on a greater role in the Balkans.

By Alakbar Raufoglu for Southeast European Times — 15/02/11

photoTurkey’s Ahmet Davutoglu aims to expand Turkey’s foreign policy in the Balkans. [Reuters] 

Late last month, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu attended an informal meeting of the Southeast European Co-operation Process (SEECP) that brought together 12 regional key actors in Budva, Montenegro.

Included in the discussions was Turkey’s goal to address the Balkan problems and better co-operate with the region, according to Davutoglu.

„Very important events happened in the past year and the most serious processes will take place ahead,“ Davutoglu said during his visit to Budva. After the meeting, the foreign minister continued on to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), where he met with Serbian and Croatian leaders.

„Turkey would only be happy to contribute more and mediate bilateral talks among the Balkan countries,“ Geybulla Ramazanoglu, advisor to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, told SETimes.

„We have a serious strategy for the Balkans,“ Ramazanoglu said. „This region is on the main priority of our foreign policy.“

While Turkish involvement in the region is welcomed in much of the Balkans, Ankara diplomats are trying to analyze Turkey’s next Balkan strategy.

„We want to expand our policy in all the Balkans, both politically and economically,“ says veteran ambassador Ali Engin Oba, who served in the former Yugoslavia, describing Turkey’s mission as „soft power“.

„Turkey did not have the influence [it now has] after Yugoslavia collapsed, but with Davutoglu’s involvement, we started an effective policy in the Balkans again,“ Oba told SETimes.

„Economic ties, preserving various differences and security for everyone,“ are Ankara’s Balkan diplomacy goals, according to Gürkan Zengin, the author of the book HOCA [Teacher] in reference to Davutoglu effect on Turkish foreign policy.

Zengin thinks Turkey is ready to contribute to regional countries with its balanced initiatives and mediation.

Dusan Reljic, German international relations and security analyst, also agrees that if Ankara prods more Turkish investors to the Western Balkans, then Turkey might re-establish itself permanently in the region.

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Setimes