Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic Addressed Deputies: Police Protect Institutions

Map. History of Balkans conflict

19 February 2020
Several thousand people gathered in Banja Luka, administrative centre of Bosnia's Serb-dominated entity, Republika Srpska, tonight for two rival rallies, one a protest against its authorities and the other a counter-protest in support of its institutions
During today's debate in Montenegro on the controversial law on religion, PM Dusko Markovic met with Metropolitan Amfilohije of the country's Serbian Orthodox Church. The religious leader said that he called on the politician to withdraw the legislation
Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic Addressed Deputies: Police Protect Institutions
"We will hold a liturgy before the police if we cannot pass." Archpriest Predrag Scepanovic leads Serbian Orthodox believers in Montenegro in prayer after police stopped them from entering Podgorica's old town. So far, there are no incidents of violence
Today Montenegro Police block roads in Podgirica, while Serbs block Berane city1 month ago
Today Montenegro Police block roads in Podgirica, while Serbs block Berane city
Democratic Front MP, Andrija Mandic, urged Montenegrin citizens to take to the streets if the law on religion is passed today in Podgorica, local media reports. "People will go to the streets with icons. This cannot work out," he said during parliamentary debates
Montenegrin Bishop Joanikije of Budimlja-Niksic told local media that he had not blessed today's opposition-led protest against the controversial law on religion in Podgorica. He did, however, say that he would not prevent anyone from participating. The rally is set for 11 am
Republika Srpska opposition MP Drasko Stanivukovic interview with N1, says he will insist on Interior Minister's dismissal; Bosnia belongs to my people too, I have no other citizenship
Albin Kurti today announced at a press conference in Pristina that the coalition talks between his Vetevendosje party and the Democratic League of Kosovo failed.   Tomorrow Kosovo's parliament will convene without a governing agreement, he said.1 month ago
Albin Kurti today announced at a press conference in Pristina that the coalition talks between his Vetevendosje party and the Democratic League of Kosovo failed. "Tomorrow Kosovo's parliament will convene without a governing agreement," he said.
A busy day for LNA officials: Haftar/LNA Libya related Dassault Falcon 50EX P4-BAA flew from Benghazi  to Tunis Carthage. The rest of passengers continued to Rome Ciampino. Later the plane flew to Athens Eleftherios Venizelos. Currently returning to Benghazl Libya1 month ago
A busy day for LNA officials: Haftar/LNA Libya related Dassault Falcon 50EX P4-BAA flew from Benghazi to Tunis Carthage. The rest of passengers continued to Rome Ciampino. Later the plane flew to Athens Eleftherios Venizelos. Currently returning to Benghazl Libya
Erdogan from Tunis: Greece does not have any authority over" the Turkish-Libyan maritime agreement.
1 month ago
A German party leader demands the government to bring 4 thousand minors from Greece, including Syrians
34 unaccompanied minor illegal immigrants have been evacuated from Libya to Timisoara of Romania
1 month ago
SerbiyaGaz finished construction of Turkish Stream on the territory of Serbia
1 month ago
Kalın: "It is not possible to implement any plan in the Eastern Mediterranean that does not take Turkey into account."
1 month ago
Following his visit to Benghazi, Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias held a telephone conversation today with Turkish minister Mevlut Cavusoglu
1 month ago
Greek Foreign Minister Nicos Dendias : Summit between Cyprus, Egypt, Greece and France to be held on January 4/5 in Cairo
1 month ago
In phone call, Turkish president, British PM discuss Libya, Syria, as well as regional issues, bilateral relations
Result of gas station explosion near city of Zvornik in Bosnia and Herzegovina1 month ago
Result of gas station explosion near city of Zvornik in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Netanyahu is pushing for a joint Israeli-Greek-Cypriot reaction against Turkey that could escalate the tensions even further - signing a long awaited Gaz pipeline deal
Croatia president to face run-off with leftist rival: partial results
Greek FM Nikos Dendias meets Khalifa Haftar in Benghazi, a day after Turkey approved military pact with Libya's UN-backed government1 month ago
Greek FM Nikos Dendias meets Khalifa Haftar in Benghazi, a day after Turkey approved military pact with Libya's UN-backed government
Leftist candidate leading in Croatia presidential vote, exit poll indicates
CIA linked Phoenix Air (Ebola jet) N163PA tracking over Eastern Mediterranean
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendais arrives in Benghazi and meets with Libyan officials
The Greek Foreign Minster arrives in Benghazi
Tens of thousands of supporters of the Serbian Orthodox Church are expected to gather in the Montenegrin city of Niksic today for a protest over a controversial new law on religion, starting at 11am.1 month ago
Tens of thousands of supporters of the Serbian Orthodox Church are expected to gather in the Montenegrin city of Niksic today for a protest over a controversial new law on religion, starting at 11am.
2 month ago
Cyprus arrests 3 employees of Israeli cyber-spy firm run by ex top Israeli intel officer. The confiscated $9 million 'spy-van' was crammed with sophisticated surveillance tech used to extract data from any smartphone in the vicinity
2 month ago
During a telephone conversation with his Egyptian counterpart, the Cypriot President expresses, his country's keenness to enhance joint cooperation within the framework of the tripartite cooperation mechanism between Egypt, Cyprus and Greece
2 month ago
Greece: Turkish and Greek jets were involved in 16 'mock' dogfights after Turkish aircraft violated Greek airspace 40 times on Tuesday
We respect your privacy. Our website is using cookies for 3rd party advertising, analytics, language and user settings. By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of cookies, Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.
I agree