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Hotel booking websites which are not legally registered and do not pay taxes are taking large amounts of money out of the country without any control, the Montenegrin tourism association said on Thursday.
Investigation into alleged drug lord's property
BELGRADE -- A police working group will investigate "everything related to the origin of property of Dragoslav Kosmajac," Interior Minister Nebojša Stefanović has said.
Speaking later on Wednesday, he specified that the working group will also look into "suspicions that he worked with some police officials."
NATO secretary-general Andres Fogh Rasmussen announced after ministerial meetings in Brussels on Wednesday that Montenegro would not be invited to join at a summit in September.
“On Montenegro, we will open intensified and focused talks, and we will assess at the latest by the end of 2015 whether to invite Montenegro to join the alliance,” Rasmussen said.
A group of around 100 Montenegrin journalists, opposition leaders and human rights activists protested on Tuesday against what they called the "shameless campaign" against Calovic by daily newspaper Informer.
Son of "biggest drug dealer" arrested for speeding
pod -- Lazar Kosmajac was arrested on Sunday in Herceg Novi for obstructing official persons in performing their duties, the Montenegrin police have confirmed.
The 24-year-old was speeding and did not stop the vehicle when the police alerted him, according to the daily Blic.
Eighty per cent of former students in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia have found a job by around six months after graduation, according to a new report by the Belgrade-based Centre for Education Policy.
The same amount of recent university-leavers are working in the field in which they graduated, the report says.