US deputy assistant to the secretary for EuroAsian Affairs Hoyt Yee, warned Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic that if he continues to defy orders to remove his country from its business and military relationship with Russia, the Serb president will end up like Ivo Sanader, Silvio Berlusconi, Gerhard Schroeder and Nikola Gruevski – reports Serbian media.
The Croatian PM Ivo Sanader (2003-2009) was removed from power on Washington insistence and was later jailed, Berlusconi was removed from power after CIA operatives pretending to be escorts took photos of Berlusconi in lude positions which later helped in removing him from power at a time when Italy’s relationship with Russia and between Putin and Berlusconi saw major improvements.
Gerhard Shoreder was removed from power as a German PM for wanting to have better relationship with Moscow. He was replaced by Merkel.
Nikola Gruevski was forced to remove himself from power during a wiretapping scandal and subsequent witch hunt created by the CIA with assistance from the British and Italian secret service.
Bulgaria was not immune to Washington’s destabilizing influence – two Governments collapsed in Sofia in one year as a consequence of approving the Russian backed south-stream gas project.
Hoyt Yee’s threat to the Serb president (similar was issued to Macedonia’s president Ivanov in December of 2016) is an admittance that the US is the primary source of destabilization in the Balkans.