Milo Đukanović

Yugoslav-Era Admiral, Ally of Tito, Dies of COVID-19

Former Yugoslav Navy Fleet Admiral Branko Mamula in 1977. Photo: Private archive of Branko Mamula.

Born into a Serb family in Croatia in 1921, Mamula became a member of the Communist Party in his youth. At the start of Yugoslavia's involvement in World War II in 1941, he joined the Partisan resistance movement led by Josip Broz Tito.

Croatian, Montenegrin Presidents Accuse Vucic of Reviving Serbian Nationalism

Montenegrin and Croatian presidents, Milo Djukanovic and Zoran Milanovic, in Zagreb. Photo: President of Montenegro

During his visit to Croatia, Djukanovic said Serbia's President, Aleksandar Vucic, was reviving the retrograde political messages of the wars of the 1990s in former Yugoslavia.

Montenegro Violence Was Reckless Gamble by Country’s Former Rulers

For what it's worth, many ordinary Montenegrins are as confused as everyone else about what just happened in their country. The violent scenes in Montenegro's old capital, Cetinje, had little to do with the enthronement of Joanikije II as the Serbian Orthodox Church's Bishop of Montenegro and the Littoral.

"That's a lie. A set-up. They wanted to arrest Djukanovic" VIDEO

"We were sitting in the garden, because there was nowhere else to be. We chose Grand Hotel, so it was closed, and they evicted the guests. They closed a 300-room hotel for six euros, so we moved out and waited there to see what would happen, because there was a police cordon", said Canak.

Vučić told Djukanović on TV Prva: "Neither you nor anyone else"

Is peace in the region threatened by the unrest in Montenegro? Who can and must protect the Serbian Orthodox Church and the Serbian people? Why is Milo Djukanovic accusing Serbia of conquering Montenegro? What actions is Pristina preparing for the anniversary of the Washington Agreement? What will he discuss with Angela Merkel? Will he run for president again?

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