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Afghanistan is the hot news on everybody's foreign policy agenda right now and the ramifications of the debacle are being felt far and wide.
Take for example the Balkans, where there are three key impacts.
The first concerns Balkan countries providing housing to Afghans who collaborated with the US.
It is still unknown who he will meet.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs unofficially told Podgorica's Vijesti that they do not have any details yet. Ahead of the visit of the Turkish president to Montenegro, the reis of the Islamic Community, Rifat Fejzi, says that it is expected that the state will benefit economically from that visit and strengthen cooperation with Turkey.
In an extensive interview for Podgorica's Pobjeda, Boskovic said that the current government does not share such concern because, as he states, they are not up to the responsibilities of the functions they perform and "their intentions towards Montenegro and preserving the civic concept of the state are very questionable."
Ljubisa Vasiljevic, a wartime Serb paramilitary fighter who was one of five defendants in the Strpci trial at Belgrade Higher Court, has died.
Belgrade Higher Court told BIRN that Vasiljevic died on July 6 and that "due to that fact, the court adopted a decision to suspend the proceedings [against him] on August 16, 2021".
He added that he respects those who have a different opinion.
On Monday, the entire Montenegrin opposition and part of the ruling parties condemned the statement of Stanivukovi, who denied the Montenegrin nation during his stay in Montenegro.
He said at a gathering of like-minded people that he believes that "Montenegrins are a fictional nation".
These are recommendations for travel of the highest, fourth level, according to which it is not recommended at all, CdM reports.
"Do not travel to Montenegro due to COVID-19. Read the State Department's page on coronavirus before planning any international trip," reads the announcement, which was also published on the website of the United States Embassy in Montenegro.