13 June 1994 During the blockade of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Albania was, until recently, Montenegro’s only outlet to the world. Part of the border with the other federal unit (Serbia), was open only to one side: since Serbs weren’t interested in visiting Albania either as tourists or businessmen, Albanians visited Serbia. They were […]

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