Serbia: Odessa bloodshed photo exhibit questions West's intentions

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(Russia Today 9/6/2014) - A photography exhibition dedicated to the 48 victims of the May 2 Odessa clashes opened in Belgrade's "Progress Gallery" on Monday. Zivadin Jovanovic, the former FM of Yugoslavia and President of the Belgrade Forum for a World of Equals, organizer of the event, said the exhibition wanted to show "the truth about the developments in Ukraine". Jovanovic said that the West and NATO have an expansionist and imperialist strategy towards the East, and are using Ukraine to reach the borders of Russia as it holds a "huge strategically important space". One of the survivors of May 2nd clashes in Odessa, Oleg Muzika, said that there seems to be an "intention to tear Ukraine from Russia" because of "geopolitical reasons".