The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has engaged extremist and criminal groups, which are supposed to cause incidents at the administrative line between Serbia and the false state of Kosovo over the upcoming period of time. That would be used as a cause to increase the number of NATO forces in our southern province, with the end goal to suppress the influence of Russia on the Balkans.

Per the operational data, the department of the CIA in charge of the Balkans has supplied the Albanian criminals with access to secret financial funds, and the money would used to establish paths for smuggling weapons from Romania and Albania into the southern Serbian province.

Apart from that, it is assumed that the CIA, with the assistance of the opposition leader of Chechnia, has recruited a number of Chechnian mercenaries who are supposed to link up with the local armed formations in Kosovo and Metohija. It is suspected that these forces, disguised as soldiers of the Army of Serbia, are planning to attack the units of the so-called Kosoco police near the administrative lines, thereby provoking a reaction from the KFOR at Camp Bondsteel.

This development, according to the operatives’ findings, could be used by the NATO in order to strengthen their forces and increase the number of forces in Camp Bondsteel and in the province.

“The goal of the United States is to increase presence in Europe, and the Western Balkans are one of the last regions where United States and NATO formations do not have a strong presence,” the analysis said.

Karan: They Have Proven Themselves in Fabricating Events

Former counterintelligence operative Ljuban Karan said to the Novosti that the threat of conflict in Kosovo and Metohija is a form of constant pressure:

“But, in order for this narrative to be convincing, there must at some point be an incident which would be used as a cause for conflict. Everything has been set up for something like that to happen, but whether it will happen depends on what the world powers decide. Chechnian groups have shown up in Kosovo and Metohija, which raises suspicion. The resistance of the Serbian population against the one-sided moves of Priština is passive, and in the form of barricades defended by bodies, instead of by weapons, which is not sufficient cause for a conflict to break out. By the way, the United States have plenty of experience fabricating various events in the Balkans that were used as causes for larger conflicts.