Of all the federal institutions, Milo Djukanovic’s Montenegrin government recognizes only the Yugoslav president, accusing him at he same time of destroying the state he heads. On the other hand, Milosevic’s Belgrade recognizes only the Montenegrins who lost the battle for power and legitimacy in their own republic. “We do not recognize” and “it doesn’t […]
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