Opposition proposal to restore a chapel erected by Serbia's Karadjordjevic dynasty slated as another attempt to present Montenegro as “Serbian".>>>
Montenegro and Croatia signed a partnership agreement, concluding the meeting on the optimistic note that regional co-operation will improve once the post-election atmosphere in Serbia “calms down“.>>>
Montenegro's President says his decision to go to Belgrade - the only leader of a former Yugoslav republic to attend the inauguration of President Tomislav Nikolic - reflected his respect for the will of Serbian voters.
Several regional leaders refuse to attend the inauguration of Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic due to his controversial past and recent inflammatory comments.>>>
President refuses to appoint an ambassador to Pristina until Montenegrins obtain ethnic minority status in Kosovo.>>>
The Montenegrin judiciary is reluctant to objectively process war crimes and top officials are not investigated, according to a Freedom House report.>>>
Montenegro will soon sign border and dual citizenship agreements with Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Montenegrin President announced.>>>
The Heads of State of South-East Europe have agreed to nurture peace and trust in the region and to protect cultural heritage, in order to foster understanding and a more intensive cooperation.>>>
Four years after it recognized Kosovo's independence Montenegro is to open its embassy in Pristina, in a move that is likely to annoy Serbia.
Montenegro's hails new Serbian president's words, that Montenegrin independence is a done deal, as a message for Serbs in the country to reconcile themselves to Montenegrin statehood.
The amendments to the constitution proposed by Montenegro’s ruling parties aim to enhance the independence of the judiciary by expanding its authority and changing the structure of the Judicial Council.
The mayor of the town where the deportation of refugees from Montenegro to Republika Srpska allegedly occurred, says a monument for the victims should be erected once the trial is completed.>>>
The US State Department reports on former Yugoslav republics recognise discrimination against minorities and inefficient judiciary as often causes of human rights infringements.
Hundreds of Yugonostalgics from all over the former Yugoslavia gathered at Josip Broz Tito’s mausoleumon Friday to celebrate Youth Day and the late Yugoslav leader’s 120th birthday.>>>
A progress has been made in ensuring the rights of Montenegro’s refugees, but institutional capacities for the enforcement of those rights need to be enhanced, the European Commission says.