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Djokovic is not going to Montenegro - Adria Tour canceled!

Despite the desire and efforts for the biggest tennis stars in the region to gather in Montenegro on June 27 and 28, that will not be the case.
The director of Adria Tour, Djordje Djokovic, spoke out about this situation.

Minister of Health Kiril Ananiev: Four New Orders in Epidemic Situation from June 15 to 30

The Minister of Health Kiril Ananiev issued four orders in connection with the extension of the emergency epidemic situation from June 15 to June 30 this year.

The fourth order concerns the mandatory isolation and / or hospital treatment in confirmed cases of COVID-19, as well as the quarantine of contact persons.

Djukanovic was ready to put off the law; "Unfortunately, Amfilohije's call followed"

Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic announced this morning that he and Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic recently proposed to the Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) Amfilohije to suspend the application of the Law on Freedom of Religion until the Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights rule their decision, but that the

EU proposes opening of external borders from July

The European Commission has proposed to gradually lift travel ban from July 1 for non-EU citizens coming from countries where the epidemiological situation is the same or better than that in the EU.

The detailed list will be announced later, Ylva Johansson, EU commissioner for home affairs, told reporters on June 11.

"We will ask Belgrade how more than 4.000 people recovered in one day"

The Institute of Public Health of Montenegro told Antena M that they are in compliance with the EU recommendations that the relaxation of measures and the opening of borders must be done gradually and on the basis of scientifically based evidence and facts.

Epidemiological conditions met for Montenegro to open its borders to Serbian citizens

Thus, the epidemiological conditions were created for the citizens of Serbia to enter Montenegro.
By reducing the number of actively ill people below 25 per 100 thousand inhabitants, the conditions have been met for Montenegro to open the border for the citizens of Serbia, Radio Television of Montenegro also reports.

Partizan - Red Star for the Cup final!

It was decided by draw that Cukaricki - Vojvodina will meet on Banovo brdo and Partizan - Crvena zvezda should play at the stadium in Humska.
There were no goals in the last "eternal" derby on March 1, while Partizan celebrated in the previous two, including the final of last season's Cup at "Rajko Mitic", final score being 1: 0.

Djokovic: Jelena Jankovic returns! VIDEO

The Serbian tennis player talked about the upcoming spectacle of the Adria tour, which will be held in Belgrade, Zadar, Banja Luka and Podgorica.
"I am very pleased to announce Jelena Jankovic's return to the tennis court after more than two years," Djokovic said.
After that, Jankovic briefly joined the program via a video call and said:

‘Mini Schengen’: A Balkan Breakthrough or Political Stunt?

As the EU's refusal to open accession talks with Albania and North Macedonia reverberated throughout the Western Balkans, the "mini Schengen" scheme launched in the northern Serbian city of Novi Sad took on extra significance. 

Montenegro has set the condition for opening the border with Serbia

He reiterated that citizens from countries with up to 25 patients per 100.000 inhabitants are allowed to enter, and in order for Serbia to enter the list of countries with such a ratio, it is necessary that "the number of patients be reduced to 2.000."
He believes that will soon change, as well as that the tourists from Serbia will travel to this country.

Montenegro Accused of Violating Soldiers’ Rights Over Protest Ban

Montenegin Army Chief General Dragutin Dakic and Minister of Defense Predrag Boskovic in the military camp Danilovgrad. Photo: Montenegrin Ministry of Defense

On March 11, the Defence Ministry suspended an army officer for joining the protests over the new religion law that the Serbian Church - the largest faith group in the country - says could strip it of its property.

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