Serbia Pivots West as Western Diplomats Demand Action in Kosovo
The Financial Times has reported that Serbia has made a "westward pivot" as the West has begun criticizing Kosovo Albanians because Serbia agreed to look the other way as its ammunition is delivered to Ukraine.
The US, NATO, and EU have demanded new elections in the north of Kosovo and sent 700 more Turkish troops to the disputed province after 30 NATO troops were injured in a riot.
Western diplomats have claimed that the Ukraine issue takes precedence over everything else, and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has acknowledged that some of the arms might end up in Ukraine.
Brussels has threatened Serbia with financial reprisals unless Belgrade "harmonizes" its policy with the EU embargo against Russia.