Montenegro Muslim Leader Condemns Paris Killings

The head of Montenegro's Islamic community, Rifat Fejzic, on Thursday condemned the Islamist terror attack in Paris, which claimed the lives of 12 people.

At the same time, he criticized the cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed that were the alleged reason for the attack on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine.

Montenegro "must do everything to be invited to NATO"

Montenegro "must do everything to be invited to NATO"

PODGORICA -- Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic has said that his country "must not miss the chance to receive an invitation to join NATO next year."

In his New Year's address on Wednesday, he said Montenegro in 2014 proved to be a reliable partner to the European Union and NATO.

Parliament Speaker Maja Gojkovic visits Montenegro

BELGRADE - Serbian Parliament Speaker Maja Gojkovic will pay an official visit to Montenegro on Monday to meet with that country's top officials.

Gojkovic will confer with Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic, Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic and Parliament Speaker Ranko Krivokapic

She will also meet Minister of Foreign Affairs Igor Luksic.

Regional leaders sign declaration on missing persons

Regional leaders sign declaration on missing persons

Mostar -- Leaders of Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro, conferred in Mostar on Friday where they will sign a declaration on missing persons.

The document aims to encourage the search for people missing in the wars both in the Balkan region and elsewhere in the world.

Odalovic: Serbia committed to missing persons' issue

BELGRADE - Serbia is absolutely committed to the search for a solution to the missing persons' issue and not a single body or individual has ever done anything to prevent it, President of the Commission on Missing Persons of the Government of the Republic of Serbia Veljko Odalovic said ahead of the conference on the matter due to take place in Mostar on Friday.