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Montenegro ‘Coup Plotter’ Hiding in Serbian Embassy Could Go Free

Branka Milic. Photo courtesy of IN4S,

On February 5, Montenegro's Appeal Court annulled the first-instance verdicts in the trial, asking the Higher Court to stage a retrial in the case that the opposition had claimed was politically motivated. The court said it revoked the first-instance verdict because of procedural errors.

Now, Serbia could not fulfill what has been signed

It practically comes down to reconsidering the decision to move the Serbian Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, to which we have committed ourselves in the Washington agreement. This is also indicated by the statement of the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, that we will "build relations with the Jewish state in accordance with the new circumstances."

EU Urges Montenegro to Revoke Expulsion of Serbian Ambassador

Vladimir Bozovic attending the Serbian National Council conference in Podgorica. Photo: Serbian Embassy in Montenegro

Montenegrin authorities on November 28 declared ambassador Vladimir Bozovic persona non grata, citing allegedly unacceptable statements about the history and statehood of the country.