First Deputy PM and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic stated this, adding that it was also ridiculous to say that Montenegro was "not making anti-Serb decisions, but those its own interest."
"I suppose Djukanovic means Montenegrin interests, which is nice - because Serbia is also making decisions in its own interest," Dacic told Podgorica-based daily Dan.
Political heavyweight Milo Djukanovic, bidding to take Montenegro into the European Union, swept back into power in April 15's presidential election after a two-year absence.
Montenegro's ruling DPS party wants its leader Milo Djukanovic to be a candidate in the presidential elections in 2018.
The Podgorica-based daily Pobjeda writes that the DPS main board will meet to consider this by the end of the month - and that the mood "at all party levels" is "unanimously" in favor of Djukanovic running.
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Prime Minister Ana Brnabic says Serbia wants to continue good cooperation with Montenegro and that all open issues should be resolved through dialogue.