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More than five years we have been trying to reach the peace and solution for Kosovo-Metohija issue, said Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
Speaking to the nation, on the day of the pogrom in Kosovo, he said that the first six out of total 15 points in the Brussels Agreement are dedicated to the Community of Serb Municipalities (ZSO).
Montenegrin Foreign Minister Srdjan Darmanovic will next week present medals to the former US Vice President Joseph Biden, Senator John McCain and Congressman Mike Turner because, as he stated, "of contribution to promotion of Montenegrin interests and strengthening of bilateral relations and international reputation and status of Montenegro".
Montenegro's state broadcaster RTCG on Friday said it learned this unofficially.
Earlier in the day, deputy PM and DPS official Milutin Simovic said the party's candidate would "respond to the essential needs of the state, rather than of the party."
Djukanovic had been in power in Montenegro, either as prime minister or president, since 1991, before stepping down in 2016.
Montenegro's tourism business is gearing up for the summer, expecting more Russian tourists than in previous years.
On Thursday, the tourism authorities presented the country's offer at the largest Moscow travel and tourism fair, MITT, saying that, "trends show that more Russian tourists are interesting to visit Montenegro."
"Montenegro is at this moment as well with the United Kingdom and supports its efforts to defend its sovereignty and security for its citizens," the Montenegrin government said on Twitter.
Skripal and his daughter were found last week in an unconscious state on a bench in the town of Salisbury.
Former politician Mladen Bojanic will run as an independent candidate for the April 15 presidential election in Montenegro with the support of almost all opposition parties in parliament.
The development brings together normally divided opposition groups in the country and may increase their chances of winning the election against an unknown ruling party candidate.