Montenegrin independence referendum
Relations between Serbia and Montenegro are "at the best level since their establishment in the 19th century," says Montenegrin Ambassador Branislav Micunovic.
He made the statement during a reception in Belgrade on Monday, held on the occasion of Montenegro's Statehood Day.
Metropolitan Amfilohije on Wednesday accused the Montenegrin authorities of "crucifying and persecuting" his Church and of wanting to "grab Church property".
At a service in Cetinje, Bishop Amfilohije said Montenegro was also trying to obstruct the legal residence of his clergy.
Prime Minister Djukanovic on Wednesday revealed that the security services had information that opponents of Montenegrin independence planned to murder the leading Serbian cleric in the country - a passionate oponent of independence - to discredit the independence cause.
Repeat polls were held in Danilovgrad, Kolasin and Bijelo Polje on Sunday due to reports of significant irregularities but the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists, DPS, remained the overall victor.
The DPS took the largest amount of seats in all three municipalities but only won an outright majority in Danilovgrad.