“We do not want war with Serbia because we are brotherly peoples but we want Serbia to respect Montenegro as a state and the Montenegrins as a people,” said a demonstrator in Cetinje where an international symposium on 19th century Montenegrin ruler and writer Petar Petrovic Njegos was interrupted. The obstruction of the gathering and […]
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