1. @good news
    Just met a group of Syrian young men outside Subotica bus station. Talked to them, trying to reach Germany.
    Hungry, thirsty, tired. Just standing.
    As we parted I gave them £50 for some food,water.
    (British, 6 December 2019 13:37)

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  2. Ralph,

    I wouldn't bother answering sj. How is it possible to argue with madness?

    For example, he wrote "Remember 3 days from Istanbul to Berlin via the Jagodina corridor but 7 if you have to go around Serbia."

    A simple GoogleMaps search reveals that it takes 6 hrs from Istanbul to Sofia, 9 hours from Sofia to Szeged (versus 7 hrs via the Jagodina corridor), and then 10.5 hrs from Szeged to Berlin. His "seven days" versus "three days" is not even close to reality. That's why I suggest not to debate with madness. It is not possible to make any progress, or to learn anything interesting. His screen name should be "Making Serbs Look Stone-Aged."
    (Make Serbia Great, 6 December 2019 13:11)

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  3. (Ralph P., 3 December 2019 16:15)

    Yes, Serbia makes money out of the Jagodina corridor but as I said 3 days from Istanbul to Berlin via Serbia and 7 around it so you work it out if they donít need Serbia. If the EU starts playing around with sanctions Serbia can do just that and shut not only the corridor but the Danube as well. As far as NATO bombing, 1999 will NEVER be repeated and even I can guarantee you that one.
    This time Serbia will acquire the S400 and not even a bird can fly 600-kilometre range without being shot down.
    Why do you think the Russians brought the S400 to Serbia during those exercises? What to bring them out for some fresh air? Itís a message to the western halfwits, US mainly since they are the stupidest people on the planet.
    (sj, 4 December 2019 12:31)

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  4. (Dardan, 3 December 2019 14:42)

    You are stupid to say the least so I will not waste time explaining it to you.

    Poor countries in the EU Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia and Hungary is not too far from that spot either. Then there is Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

    As far NATO bombing is concerned, they also bombed Afghanistan and are still there but now negotiating a withdrawal with the same people they went into to remove LOL. Then there is Libya, but the best gift was to your Albos who are dying from leukemia in southern Kosovo from all the depleted uranium they dropped.
    (sj, 4 December 2019 12:29)

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  5. very good..EU is not going to last anyway..let the EU keep the floods of refugees that they caused.....
    (good news, 3 December 2019 18:15)

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  6. Sure not, after friendly chat and the glass of
    Armagnac 1914.Friends forever?
    (British, 3 December 2019 16:47)

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  7. sj,
    Serbia needs EU traffic thru the Jagodina corridor in order for it to be profitable, therefore, she wouldnít dare prohibit vehicles from EU countries. In fact, NATO could bomb Serbia again and still EU countries would be able to use Jagodina. However, there is a very good chance the EU will vote not to allow Serbia to join the EU.
    (Ralph P., 3 December 2019 16:15)

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  8. (sj, 3 December 2019 11:35)

    Yeah sure... Germany and all
    EU Will starve to death if they dont receve on time there kebab from Istanbul LOL, and about how important Serbia is you are 1 of europe's poorest countries you where the only country in the history of Europe that got bombed by NATO ! Your thought's of your importants dont match to reality...
    (Dardan, 3 December 2019 14:42)

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  9. My greatest wish is that France does pull he pin on Serbia's entry into the EU, but it will not happen. Serbia is too important for that to happen. Remember 3 days from Istanbul to Berlin via the Jagodina corridor but 7 if you have to go around Serbia.
    (sj, 3 December 2019 11:35)

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