Posts Tagged ‘montenegro’

Lipci’s Prehistoric Rock Paintings: Montenegro’s Primitive Art Site

Prehistoric rock paintings are a true rarity in the Balkan region of southeast Europe. Of course, the region is a hotspot for all kinds of very ancient history, but oddly enough primitive rock paintings seem to be almost non-existent. This is particularly true for the region’s maritime area, in today’s Croatia and Montenegro. For this […]

Negative impact of NATO on Serbia & Montenegro and on the world

July 12, 2021 by Batko Milacic – Independent analyst – for The Saker Blog After Yugoslavia’s (Serbia) President Slobodan Milosevic refused to accept the so-called Rambouillet Agreement in 1999, which in reality was NATO ultimatum that demanded from Serbia and Montenegro to allow NATO troops to occupy the province of Kosovo as well as that […]

The billion-dollar motorway leading Montenegro to nowhere

Montenegro is building its first-ever motorway. Due to a huge loan scandal, it’s now become the country’s highway to hell. 40 bridges and 90 tunnels are expected to be built and financed by the Chinese. However, the project has been hit by corruption allegations, construction delays and environmental tragedies. Today, out of the planned 170 […]

Thousands protest against Montenegro’s government over religious law amendment

Several thousand people have demonstrated in Montenegro over a planned amendment to religious property law. Protestors have accused the new government of being pro-Serb because the legislation in question has been opposed by the Serbian Orthodox Church, who say the law was designed to strip the church of its property. Many citizens waved Montenegrin flags […]

What’s behind the public spat between Serbia and Montenegro?

For Montenegro’s new government, a very public spat with Belgrade over a decision more than 100 years ago to unify with Serbia could not have come at a worse time. On August 30, Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic’s coalition ousted the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), which has governed Montenegro for almost 30 years. Now, in […]

Montenegro and Serbia expel respective ambassadors in tit for tat

Montenegro has expelled the Serbian ambassador, with Serbia recipricating with the expulsion of the Montenegrin ambassador, as tensions rise between the two countries. The outgoing pro-Western government of Montenegro cited “long and continuous meddling in the internal affairs of Montenegro” as the reason for the action and asked Serbian Ambassador Vladimir Bozovic to leave the […]

Serbia’s Muslims fear new ethnic violence after Montenegro post-election attacks

There is a proverb in the Balkans that says that whatever village a traveller should visit, they will find its residents intimately know the language, customs and history of its neighbours. It is used to explain the fact that while Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo are separate countries made up of various religious […]

Montenegro elections: Thousands take to streets as opposition claims victory

Thousands took to the streets in Montenegro on Tuesday night as the country’s pro-Serbian and pro-Russian opposition movement claimed victory in parliamentary elections. Official results from the election on Sunday has given a wafer-thin majority to opposition parties, as the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), which has run Montenegro for 30 years, won the biggest […]

Montenegro elections: Thousands take to streets as opposition claims victory

Thousands took to the streets in Montenegro on Tuesday night as the country’s pro-Serbian and pro-Russian opposition movement claimed victory in parliamentary elections. Official results from the election on Sunday has given a wafer-thin majority to opposition parties, as the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS), which has run Montenegro for 30 years, won the biggest […]

Montenegro parliamentary election kicks off with high turnout

Voting is underway in Montenegro to elect a new parliament. Some 540,000 voters will choose between the ruling the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) – which has governed Montenegro for around 30 years – and the pro-Serb and pro-Russian “For the future of Montenegro” alliance. The opposition alliance wants closer ties with Belgrade and Moscow […]

Montenegro parliamentary election kicks off with high turnout

Voting is underway in Montenegro to elect a new parliament. Some 540,000 voters will choose between the ruling the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) – which has governed Montenegro for around 30 years – and the pro-Serb and pro-Russian “For the future of Montenegro” alliance. The opposition alliance wants closer ties with Belgrade and Moscow […]

In Montenegro, a divided nation chooses between east and west

The last time that Montenegro held parliamentary elections it was almost a disaster. On the eve of the poll, police arrested a cabal of alleged Russian agents, Serbs and Montenegrin nationals that had planned to stage a coup d’etat, kill the country’s prime minister, Milo Djukanovic, and bring a pro-Moscow government to power. In 2019, […]

In Montenegro, a divided nation chooses between east and west

The last time that Montenegro held parliamentary elections it was almost a disaster. On the eve of the poll, police arrested a cabal of alleged Russian agents, Serbs and Montenegrin nationals that had planned to stage a coup d’etat, kill the country’s prime minister, Milo Djukanovic, and bring a pro-Moscow government to power. In 2019, […]

Wildfires rage along the Adriatic coast in Croatia and Montenegro

     Firefighters in Croatia and Montenegro have been struggling to contain wild fires that have erupted along the Adriatic coast in the two countries at the height of the tourism season. In Croatia, the blazes have spread over several locations along the coast and on the islands, engulfing pine forests and low shrubbery in extremely […]

Amidst parliamentary hiatus: Montenegro voted for joining NATO

nsnbc : Lawmakers at Montenegro’s parliament, on Friday voted in favor of joining NATO. The decision was made as opposition lawmakers, who have boycotted […]

Montenegro defies democracy by ratifying NATO membership without referendum – Moscow

Russia’s Foreign Ministry has expressed “deep regret that the current leadership of [Montenegro] and its Western backers didn’t heed the voice of conscience and reason.” Montenegro parliament ratifies NATO membership after US approval “The adoption of fundamental acts, affecting the key issues of state security, by the vote of individual MPs on the basis of […]

Assad Tour: Russian company wants to start selling trips to Syrian warzone in 2016

The application to register Assad Tour – apparently, named after Syrian President, Bashar Assad – has already been submitted to Russian Agency for Patents and Trademarks (Rospatent), Moscow City News Agency reported on Monday. “The applicant, Megapolis Ltd., expects to launch tours from Moscow to Syria next year, with the possibility of a trip to the […]

Bashar Al-Assad Has More Popular Support than the Western-Backed “Opposition”: Poll

In the view of Syrians, the country’s president, Bashar al Assad, and his ally, Iran, have more support than do the forces arrayed against him, according to a public opinion poll taken last summer by a research firm that is working with the US and British governments. [1] The poll’s findings challenge the idea that […]

Behind the ‘white student unions’ springing up at Australian universities

From: news.com.au So-called white student unions are springing up at universities across Australia, charged with supporting and defending the interests of white students who they say are becoming marginalised from on-campus life and political debate. At least seven unofficial unions have formed at rapid speed in the past week, claiming to […]

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