8 August 1994 The Montenegrin Interior Ministry issued an announcement that “Vojislav Seselj (the leader of the Serbian Radical Party—SRS) was thrown out of Montenegro because of the stands he voiced at the rally staged by the Serbian Radical Party in Herzeg Novi on July 30, 1994, with which he insulted the Republic of Montenegro […]

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