MOSCOW – Russian academician and historian Jelena Guskova warned that implementation of the “green transversal” has entered the final stage, and that armed attacks might occur in August in Serbia, BiH and Macedonia.

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In a text submitted to Srna agency, Guskova said that, at the same time, “Albanians will rise in arms in Macedonia and southern Serbia in the so-called Presevo Valley, including Sandzak (Raska)”.

According to her, “insurgents” will try to occupy regions populated with Serbs, and several terrorist attacks will be carried out in central Serbia and BiH in order to divert attention.

Guskova points to old scenario in such situations – the police in Serbia and Macedonia will begin operations against armed squads of terrorists. As a result of provocation, Albanian civilians will be killed in clashes, and then the Islamists in Serbia, Macedonia and BiH will rise in arms to help their ‘endangered brothers’.

These conflicts could obtain a wide swing and might include Serbia, BiH, Macedonia and Montenegro, says Russian academician Jelena Guskova.

She warns that the most serious might be in the Republika Srpska and that there, under the pretext of “regulating the conflict”, NATO might try to step in, but also new squads of the Islamists.

Guskova studies the existence of the so-called “Islamic State” in the Balkans and stresses that the “influx” of Muslim refugees from the Middle East to the Balkans has increased.

Americans want to solve the “problem” with unconquered Balkan Slavs, says Guskova, noting that, despite the attenuation of sovereignty and control from outside, Washington did not achieve complete success.

She said that the Republika Srpska is strengthening its position, that Macedonia is trying to defend its independence, and that Serbia still does not recognize Kosovo.

The growth of the Islamic radicalism in the Balkans is obvious. In southern Serbia and Montenegro act Islamist organizations – “Wahhabi” and “Red Rose”, in Macedonia “Tarikat”, in Kosovo and northern Albania are stationed Al Quaeda cells, says Guskova.

In BiH the Islamists act as advocates of a unitary Muslim Bosnia as well as organizers and perpetrators of terrorist acts, and the goal is to create the “green transversal”.

Guskova estimates that Hungarian wall and closing the border to Serbia will increase the number of Muslim refugees who are staying in Serbia and Macedonia. She warns that the refugees are arriving without documents and that they get documents in Serbia without validation, and says that in half a year already 60,000 emigrants has crossed the Serbian border.

Most of the “refugees” who came to Serbia are men, not older than 27 years – 94 percent of them are of Islamic religion, 56 percent without family. They do not like to be photographed and they have a lot of money.

According to some information, concludes Guskova, there are 1,000 jihadists in Serbia, of which about 200 are in Belgrade, and others are in municipalities such as Ledinci, Zemun, Palilula and Medakovic. There are many “Kosovars” among them, and they receive the money from Vienna.

Jelena Guskova recalls the statement by the President of the Repulika Srpska Milorad Dodik about the danger of the Islamic radicalism and that 34,000 apartments are being built in Sarajevo for the Arabs, and that there are 3,400 potentially dangerous subjects capable of committing terrorist attacks.