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BELGRADE - Montenegro's Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic said on Tuesday the accusations from the Belgrade press that he intended to place the Serbian media under his control were not directed against him, but against Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, and Vucic responded that the Serbian government was stronger than those who wished to topple it.
Montenegro’s parliament is to debate a law on the status of NATO forces in an emergency plenary session this week, starting June 18.
BELGRADE - Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic and his Montenegrin counterpart Igor Luksic said on Tuesday that the two countries should focus on the search for mutual interests, including European integration and economic cooperation, and thus improve their relations which are now far much better than several years ago.
BELGRADE - The anthology of Serbian anti-war aphorisms entitled "A shot in the war" (Gerrari tiroka) has been published in Spain, in the Basque language, the Section of Satirists of the Association of Writers of Serbia has stated.
The anthology was issued by the publishing house Erroteta, based in Amorebieta-Etxano, north Spain, on the coast of the Bay of Biscay.
The Foreign Ministers of Montenegro and Serbia, Igor Luksic and Ivica Dacic, will meet in Belgrade on Tuesday to discuss establishing joint embassies on the so-called Nordic model.
“Luksic will to Belgrade and we will try to solve it," Dacic said, according to Serbian media reports on Monday.
BELGRADE - The catastrophic floods which recently hit the region came as a warning to the countries along the course of the Sava River that they need to invest joint efforts to find a high-quality solutions concerning flood defence mechanisms, regional ministers agreed at the meeting in Belgrade on Monday.
Travel agencies, hotels and private accommodation have already recorded a decline in the number of tourists compared to the same period last year, the Montenegrin National Tourist Organization announced on Monday.
Regional finance ministers see "common objectives"
BEČIĆI -- Regional countries have potential for dynamic economic growth and wish to have greater fiscal sustainability, balanced public finances and less gray economy.
That is what finance ministers of regional states concluded in Bečići, Montenegro, on Friday.