In his video interview, given to the serbian extremist right movement, "Dveri Srbske", Alexander Dugin, adviser to the russian president Vladimir Putin, makes suggestionst to the newly established Serbian government on their political manouverings
Dveri Srbske: How to retain Kosovo and unite serbian lands (meaning Republika Srbska, Bosnia and Herzegovina state entity)? What should we do?
Alexander Dugin: I was the adviser to the president of the Russian Parliament, and now, I'm in the same position to the president, Vladimir Putin.
He's Russia' president for the time being, and later on, we'll see.
I would suggest Serbian political leadership, to protect all serbian interests; foremostly Republika Srbska, breaching all the agreements and talks.
In that regard, if Belgrade asks Russia for its support, Russia will indeed say "no".
If it were 20 years ago, that would be the definite answer.
Eversince 2000 and onwards, matters, however, have changed.
Firstly, Tadic's government strived towards EU integrations.
Now, Serbia experiences changes in its politics and consequently the agenda.
Therefore, politics of Russia and Serbia became more similar and closer. Same.
You Serbs are patriots - so are we, Russians.
In the 90-s, you were patriots, we were not; after that, the roles have changed.
Now, it is the ripe moment for the most avantguard patriotic forces to join their ranks.
If I were the adviser to the Serbian political leadership, I would suggest the following:
Immediately recognizing the independent state of Republika Srbska, not changing the policy and stance towards Kosovo, meaning not recognizing its independence, making a plea to Russia's military forces to help protecting Serbian minority in Kosovo - and last, but not least - ESTABLISHING GIANT RUSSIAN MILITARY BASE FOR ITS NUCLEAR BALLISTIC MISSILES!