NATO Sad about Explosion at Facility in Serbia, which it Bombed in 1999
Wednesday, 01 March 2017

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is a real charmer.

Jens took time out of his busy schedule of dreaming about vaporizing hospitals and wedding parties to write a quick e-condolence to Serbia about a recent accident:

I am saddened to hear of the explosions at the Kragujevac Military Facility in Serbia, which resulted in the death of at least one person, with many others injured or missing. My thoughts and deep sympathy are with all those affected and with the Serbian people.

As the Serbian authorities are working to establish the facts of this tragedy, I want to convey NATO's solidarity at this difficult time.

Serbia is NATO's neighbour and a valued partner. The Alliance remains committed to helping the countries of the Western Balkans, including Serbia, to safely store their weapon stocks and to destroy dangerous surplus ammunition. 

Hey Serbia: NATO is super sad about the "explosions" in your country which killed "at least one person". Can you please join NATO now? That would be very helpful. Thanks. Also, please forget that we bombed the same facility in 1999, the few hundred schools, 36 bridges and 11 hospitals mkay?


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