Montenegro votes Sunday with opposition groups hoping to end the quarter-century rule of pro-Western premier Milo Djukanovic, who warns that his rivals would derail imminent NATO accession. Djukanovic, who led the small Balkan nation to independence from Serbia in 2006, has forged closer ties with Western countries, pursuing membership of both NATO and the European Union.
The government of Montenegro headed by Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic has won the confidence vote in parliament (Skupstina) on the third day of debates.
Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic hopes Montenegro to become a full NATO member next year.
Montenegro will not impose a visa regime with Russia even after it has joined NATO, Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic told a Russian newspaper on Monday.
PODGORICA (Reuters) - Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic survived a confidence vote in parliament on Wednesday in the wake of an invitation to join NATO, but had to rely on the votes of an opposition party after his own coal...