Montenegro, will die alten Glühbirnen austauschen

Phased ban of incandescent bulbs starts July 1 this year in Montenegro

January 17, 2018

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Phased ban of incandescent bulbs starts July 1 this year in Montenegro

From July 2018, it is not going to be possible to buy traditional incandescent bulbs of 100 W or more in Montenegro. According to the Regulation on requirements for ecodesign of incandescent bulbs for households, this is only the first step in a phased ban of conventional lightbulbs from the market.

The Montenegrin Ministry of Economy that issued the Regulation has announced that this document is just one 16 regulations that administrate the introduction of ecodesign requirements for some product groups that affect energy consumption. The goal is to gradually eliminate certain technologies from the market and to do it in line with the EU directive.

After July 1 this year, the incandescent bulb of 100 W and more will be banned from the market in Montenegro. From January 1 next year, the ban will apply to light bulbs of 75W, and from July 1, 2019, to 60W light bulbs.

From January 1, 2020, no conventional incandescent bulbs will be permitted at the market of Montenegro, unless new light bulb technology provides an energy efficient bulb, the statement reads.

According to the Ministry of Economy, with the support of the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) the Ministry issued 25 rulebooks in the previous period, administrating the introduction of requirements for ecodesign and energy efficiency labeling.

The European Union started a phased ban on the sale of incandescent light bulbs in 2009, aimed at reducing the energy use of lighting, and from September 1, 2012, an EU directive banned the remaining 40 W and 25 W incandescent bulbs to be sold. Similar bans came into effect for 60W and 100W incandescent bulbs over the previous three years.

The ban is one of a series of measures to support the E.U. goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent by 2020.

The restrictions at the time were predicted to save 39 TW-hours of electricity across the EU annually by 2020.

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Serbia/Montenegro: Only Four Gang-related Murders Solved in Five Years

Authorities in Serbia and Montenegro have in the past five years solved only four out of 83 murders that appear to be gang-related, Serbia’s Crime and Corruption Reporting Network, KRIK, said Monday.

A database called „The Black Book,“ which was put together by KRIK and Radio Free Europe, shows that in more than two thirds of the cases, authorities have neither identified the shooter nor the person who ordered the assassination.

imagePhoto courtesy of KRIK

Of the total number, 56 killings occurred in Serbia and 27 in Montenegro. Apart from the four solved cases that saw convictions, 18 are currently being processed by courts and a further 61 are being investigated, according to the database.

The collected data show that killings that appear to be gang-related have been on the rise since 2012, and investigations into them are slow, a professor at the Faculty of Legal and Business Studies in Novi Sad, Zdravko Skakavac, told KRIK/RFE.

„Obviously, all those assassinations were very well planned, coordinated and the leaders of the criminal gangs are taking steps to reduce errors,“ Skakavac explained.

„Most of the time professional killers from the region are hired to do the job,“ he added.

However, good planning is not the only reason for the modest results in solving cases, experts claim.

„The reason most killers are not identified yet are the links between organized crime and police structures, prosecution and security institutions,“ crime expert Dobrivoje Radovanovic told KRIK/RFE.

He blames government structures for not having control over the movements, intentions and behavior of members of criminal groups.

„In some cases the impotence of the state is intentional,“ he said.

„I keep repeating that organized crime is very powerful, woven into state institutions,“ he said, adding that often a case portrayed as being difficult to investigate, „is in fact – ignored.“

„The Black Book“ data show that most of the perpetrators ambushed their victims and used automatic weapons to kill them. Some 10 percent of the victims died in car bomb attacks.

What is worrisome is the lack of concern for collateral victims, KRIK emphasized.

In 2013, four innocent people were injured in what appeared to be an assassination attempt in a coffee shop in Budva, Montenegro.

In another case, an 18-year-old student was injured in 2015 in Belgrade as he was passing by when a bomb planted underneath the car of a targeted owner exploded.

Lawyer Bozo Prelevic told KRIK/RFE that he blames authorities for not implementing the existing laws.

„The central question is: who is the judge, who is the prosecutor, who is the inspector, who is the head of the police,“ he told KRIK/RFE.

„Among them are those who are really good, those who are not interested, those who are corrupt and those who were installed by a political party,“ he claimed, predicting that things will only get worse in the future.

„Over the past two years, the mafia has been seriously establishing itself here,“ Prelevic concluded.

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Der Russiche Verteidigungs Minister, über die vielen Idioten die im Pentagon tätig sind.

Russian DM curious why Pentagon hires so many idiots


Russian DM curious why Pentagon hires so many idiots


In a statement published on Saturday morning, the Russian Defense Ministry theorized why so many blowhard windbags are employed by the Pentagon.

The Ministry is particularly amazed by US Special Operations Command General Raymond Thomas and his recent testimony before the Senate, during which he proclaimed Russia “one of the five main threats for the USA”.

The Russian Defense Ministry asked a question that everyone already knows the answer to: Is ‘intelligence’ a prerequisite for commanding US Special Operations Forces? Because all signs point to ‘no’:

Separate generals of the Pentagon are limited by stereotypes of the “cold war” and their incomprehension of real threats should not surprise.

We are often asked what the difference between the officers of the Russian Special Operations Forces and their American colleagues is.

We always say that the main traits of the Russian officers are intelligence and decisiveness.

It can easily be understood from the speech of General Thomas that the Pentagon puts forward some other requirements for the servicemen of the US Special Operations Forces, to put it mildly.

May be therefore they try to compensate them by hawkish anti-Russian rhetoric according to the best traditions of the cold war.

Did the Russian Defense Ministry just call Raymond Thomas and his majestic Special Operations Forces a bunch of knuckle-draggers? Probably.

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The Coyote’s Trail: A Machine Gun’s Path from Serbia to Syria
by Ivan Angelovski, Jelena Cosic, Lawrence Marzouk and Maria Cheresheva
09 May 2017

Wearing high-top basketball shoes, faded jeans, and a sweater emblazoned with the word “Life,” a young rebel soldier posed online in February 2016 with his latest kit – a heavy machine gun on a tripod. The gun had just been delivered to his battalion, which was fighting President Bashar al-Assad’s forces in Aleppo in northern Syria.

Within weeks of his Facebook post, images and videos of identical guns started to appear on Twitter and YouTube from across other Syrian battlefields, often in their original crates and with instruction manuals.

The Training: An FSA fighter explains how he was sent to Saudi Arabia for training.

The soldiers gave the gun a nickname – “dushka” – after a similar Soviet-designed weapon known as DShK. “It was light and effective and it was the newest weapon we ever received,” one of them later said.

But its distinctive shape and pristine condition soon aroused the attention of online weapons analysts. It was an M02 Coyote – a weapon produced about 1,600 kilometers away in the state-owned Zastava Arms plant in Kragujevac, Serbia.

What route did the Serbian weapons take and how did they end up in Syria?

Reporters for the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) and the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) spent a year following the Coyote’s trail. What they discovered was the willingness of the Serbian government to turn a blind eye to the systematic, illegal diversion of Serbian weapons from their “intended” destination of Saudi Arabia to combatants on Syrian battlefields.

They found that the powerful weapons were sold to Bulgarian Industrial Engineering and Management (BIEM), a Sofia-based arms broker, for export to Saudi Arabia in 2015 and 2016. From there, the weapons were likely shipped to Turkey, from where arms often cross into northern Syria.
Photos provided by an anonymous FSA fighter show him posing with a Coyote gun which was manufactured in Serbia, purchased by Bulgarian arms dealer BIEM, sold to Saudi Arabia, and eventually found its way to Syria. (Credit: FSA fighter)

Reporters were able to trace the unique serial number of the weapon in the rebel fighter’s Facebook post from the Serbian factory where it was built to BIEM, then to Saudi Arabia, and ultimately into his hands in Syria.

The route taken by the Coyote provides the clearest evidence to date of the €1.2 billion (US$ 1.3 billion) arms pipeline uncovered last year by BIRN and OCCRP – a pipeline financed by Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Jordan, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Training Camp in Saudi Arabia
A Coyote instruction manual seized from rebels in Aleppo by Syrian government forces in July 2016 and posted on Twitter by journalist Khaled Iskef. Credit: Twitter

In early 2016, about 150 soldiers of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) crossed the border from Syria into Turkey. Handpicked and vetted by Turkish and Saudi Arabian commanders, they were following a well-rehearsed routine that has operated for years. First they spent a week in Ankara undergoing medical checks and obtaining identification documents. From there, they boarded a military plane – an Ilyushin, one soldier said – which took them to Saudi Arabia.

From the airport, they were taken by buses into the Saudi desert. The base was “well arranged” and guarded by members of the Saudi military, said one of the soldiers, who attended the training camp and agreed to speak to BIRN and OCCRP: “You have a lot of facilities for training and other things.”

Soldiers were told not to use their cellphones.

“There were a lot of different officers [at the training] – from the UK, US, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia. … There were American intelligence officers [too]. They are highly experienced and most of them had fought in Iraq,” he said.

The Coyote Arrives: An FSA fighter describes how the Serbian-made Coyote machine gun was delivered to Syria.

The fighters spent three weeks in Saudi Arabia. It was at this training camp where they were first introduced to the Serbian Coyote.

“I saw [a Coyote] with my own eyes in Saudi Arabia, and there the Americans used it for practice,” the soldier said.

After the training, the trainees returned to Turkey and then on to the battleground. The Coyote was right behind them.

“My gun arrived from Turkey after the training was finished,” he said. He explained that all of his battalion’s weapons passed through the Military Operation Command (MOC) center in Turkey, one of a number of such centers set up in the Gulf, Turkey and Jordan, and operated by Arab, Turkish and Western intelligence agencies. They are used as logistical and training bases.

“I don’t know exactly how many weapons there were, but several pieces arrived and my group got one,” he added. “It was in a box, separated into pieces, and we opened it and assembled it. It was new, there was even a catalogue.”

The new weapon was soon deployed by the fighters in their war against President Assad and the Islamic State.
A screenshot captured from a Free Syrian Army video by Twitter user @ruffthecrimedog. The photo depicts a Coyote with the Free Idlib Army in November 2016. Credit: Twitter
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In July of 2016, BIRN and OCCRP reporters asked the Serbian Ministry of Defense about the new machine guns that were showing up in battlefields in Syria. A Ministry spokesperson provided a written statement saying that Zastava had sold “a number” of Coyotes to the Bulgarian arms broker BIEM for export to Saudi Arabia – not Syria – in 2015 and 2016.
On April 5, 2016, twitter User @bm27_uragan, who monitors the spread of weapons in the Syrian conflict, posted a photo of the a Serbian-made Coyote heavy machine gun in Latakia, Syria. Credit: Twitter

In September, BIRN and OCCRP sent photos of a Coyote in action in Syria along with the serial number of a specific gun in use in Syria to the Serbian Ministry. Initially, the ministry said it could not trace the weapon. After several follow-up emails and calls, a spokesman said that a Coyote with that serial number had been sold to BIEM in 2015.

In 2015, BIEM placed a large order with state-owned Zastava Arms, which produces its own version of the Russian AK-47 as well as the Coyote heavy machine gun. While the details of the contract remain confidential, fragments of official information, including Zastava’s 2015 accounts, indicate that BIEM paid €2.75 million ($3 million) for 205 Coyotes. An expert says the figure matches the typical price for such a weapon – about €12,000 ($13,000) per piece.
Bulgarian business tycoon, arms dealer, and Communist-era security agent Petar Mandjoukov. Credit:

The arms broker BIEM is majority owned by the Bulgarian businessman Petar Mandjoukov, 74, who is a long-time arms dealer, a media tycoon, and a former agent of State Security, the country’s Communist-era secret service. Mandjoukov is one of Bulgaria’s most prominent tycoons, with financial interests in construction, media, and wine production. Until 2015, he was a co-owner of the country’s second-biggest football club, CSKA Sofia. His company, BIEM, has been connected to other controversial arms deals. (Read more about Petar Mandjoukov and BIEM.)

A spokesman for BIEM said in a written statement, “We strictly follow national and international legislation.”

“You make connections and draw conclusions based on your own thoughts and assumptions and expect explanations which are neither our right nor our obligation [to give].”

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BIEM’s export license for the Coyote deal was granted by the Serbian Ministry of Trade based on a legal document called an “end user certificate,” which guarantees that the weapons will be used by the purchasing party, in this case Saudi Arabia’s security forces.

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Although any re-export of the equipment requires Serbia’s approval, the Coyotes seen in Syria appear to have been illegally diverted to Syria by the Saudis.

This might not be a surprise to the Serbian officials responsible for issuing arms licenses. Saudi armed forces do not use such guns themselves, relying instead in large part on more modern and sophisticated Western-made weapons. Furthermore, Saudi Arabia has a history of diverting weapons to Syrian rebels….

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Montenegro parliament ratifies NATO membership after US approval

Montenegro parliament ratifies NATO membership after US approval
Montenegro’s parliament has formally agreed to join NATO – the military bloc that pounded the tiny Balkan country with bombs less than 20 years ago during the Kosovo War. The decision sparked protest among the population and opposition figures.

On Friday, Montenegrin MPs voted 46-0 to become the 29th member of NATO.

Opposition lawmakers boycotted the parliamentary session, while hundreds of protesters gathered outside the parliament building before the vote to express their discontent with the idea of Montenegro joining the alliance.

The protesters chanted “treason” and “thieves” and held a banner that read “NATO murderers, your hands are bloody!” They also burned a NATO flag before peacefully dispersing.

Meanwhile, opposition leaders announced they would not recognize the results of the parliamentary vote and would call a referendum on the issue should they come to power in future, Reuters reports.

“I feel humiliated because others are making a decision in my name,” former Montenegrin President Momir Bulatovic told Reuters. “What is happening now is triumph by force and lies!”

Meanwhile, Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic said in his parliament speech that the lawmakers have “a privilege” to take such a decision, adding that NATO membership would guarantee Montenegro’s security and economic development as well as stability in the region.

“This assembly and its members have a historic privilege to make a decision that will be remembered as long as there is Montenegro and Montenegrins,” Markovic said, as cited by Reuters. “This day will be marked among the brightest in our history.”

“NATO and the EU have always been and remain a guarantee of stability and security and cooperation as the main basis for peace in Europe,” he added. “It is about what kind of future we choose for us and generations to come.”

He also said that Montenegro was “drawn” into Serbia’s war with NATO, referring to the three-month bombing of the Balkan country by NATO forces in 1999, and added that membership in the bloc would prevent any such incidents in the future.

At the same time, the decision was criticized by a number of opposition politicians. “Today, the country is being sold just as in 1941,” the head of the Montenegrin left-wing opposition Workers’ Party, Janko Vucinic, told the Russian Interfax news agency, referring to the Nazi occupation of the former Yugoslavia in 1941.

Vucinic also said that the parliament decision “falsifies the will of the Montenegrin people,” adding that his party would recognize only the results of a referendum on the issue. He warned that the decision taken by parliament would only lead to “division.”

His words were echoed by the leaders of other opposition parties and several popular movements, including the Movement for Neutrality and the No to War, No to NATO group.

The approval had been anticipated long before voting day, as the ruling pro-NATO coalition holds a majority of seats in the nation’s parliament. The opposition has branded the approval illegitimate, insisting that NATO membership must be put to a nationwide referendum.

Montenegro, a country with a population of around 622,000 people, was granted a NATO Membership Action Plan (MAP) in 2009. Membership in the military alliance remains highly controversial in the small Balkan nation, which seceded from Serbia in 2006…………………….

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