Montenegrin PM Zdravko Krivokapic (left) with police officials. Photo: Government of Montenegro
Krivokapic filed his criminal complaint against Veljovic on Wednesday for calling on police officers to support protests during the Orthodox Church ceremony in Cetinje, the old royal capital of Montenegro
Montenegrin Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic in parliament in Podgorica. Photo: Parliament of Montenegro
The budget legislation was sent to parliament on March 31, but the voting was put on hold as the largest ruling majority bloc, For the Future of Montenegro, called Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic for negotiations on Government reconstruction.
Activists and Interior Ministry representatives at the commemoration in Herceg Novi. Photo: Human Rights Action.
On May 25 and 27, 1992, the Bosniaks and Serbs were illegally detained and brought to the police headquarters in Herceg Novi, near the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, from where they were deported on buses to Bosnian Serb-controlled territory.
Zoran Lazovic at a press conference in Podgorica. Photo: PR Centar.
The Interior Ministry also axed six other police directors' assistants.
One of the blocs in the ruling coalition, URA, said that the sackings of police officers who were close to the former administration was fulfilling the new government's promises.
They were found after a full-day search led by the Ministry of the Interior, a helicopter unit of the Ministry of the Interior, the Mountain Rescue Service, a hunting association from Despotovac and numerous volunteers.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs announced that Milica and Stefan were found unharmed near the town of Brezovica.
As pointed out in the Montenegrin Police Directorate, it is a several months-long international action initiated by Montenegrin police, in cooperation with Dutch, British and Serbian police.
The portal, along with photos of the ship, also cites the statement of the Police Directorate posted on twitter that a ton of cocaine was seized and Montenegrin citizens arrested.