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Montenegrin police arrested one of the sons of Kosovo-born narcotics trafficking suspect Naser Kelmendi early on Friday at one of the country's border crossings.
An EU expert mission is reviewing Montenegro’s progress in the areas of fundamental rights, justice, freedom and security.
Montenegro’s electoral commission confirmed that incumbent Filip Vujanovic won this month’s presidential election despite protests from the opposition which has alleged fraud.
Thousands of opposition supporters rallied in Podgorica against alleged vote-rigging at this month’s presidential elections after initial results declared the ruling party candidate had won.
The EU’s foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton, praised Montenegro as an important partner of the EU that has much to offer the European club.
As the European Commission prepares to issue a progress report on the western Balkans, the EU’s foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton is visiting the region to promote reforms.
As initial results put Filip Vujanovic in the lead, opposition parties said they will take to the streets if his rival, Miodrag Lekic, is not recognised as winner of the presidential race.
Montenegro’s election commission said incumbent Filip Vujanovic has won the country’s presidential vote, according to preliminary results, despite the opposition also claiming victory.
Official results are yet to be announced after both candidates claimed victory in presidential polls and the opposition urged the election commission not to give in to ruling party ‘pressure’.
Incumbent Filip Vujanovic and his opponent Miodrag Lekic both declared that they had won the presidency after polls closed in Sunday’s vote in Montenegro.
Polls opened at 7am for more than half a million Montenegrins to decide who they want as their next head of state.
A street in Rozaje in eastern Montenegro is likely to carry the name of Srdjan Aleksic, a young Bosnian Serb who died defending his Muslim friend in the Bosnian war, media reports say.
Bosniaks condemned an attack on a memorial plaque in Podgorica that commemorates civilian victims of the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia.
The head of Montenegro's State Audit Institution, SAI, has quit after clips of a sexual encounter with an unknown woman hit media in the region.
At Tuesday’s meeting of North Atlantic Council in Brussels, NATO welcomed Montenegro’s aspirations towards the membership and encouraged the country to continue reforms.
A recent opinion poll suggests that the current head of state enjoys more support than his rival in the upcoming presidential election on April 7.
Ten years after the Thessaloniki summit, the EU enlargement process for the western Balkans needs an injection of new energy.
Niksic bauxite miners ended a strike over unpaid salaries and exited the mining cave after the authorities guaranteed payment of some of the money they are owed.