№ 59 - Montenegro: Regime in Podgorica Constantly Criminalized Cover Image

№ 59 - Crna Gora: stalna kriminalizacija vlasti u Podgorici
№ 59 - Montenegro: Regime in Podgorica Constantly Criminalized

Author(s): Author Not Specified
Subject(s): Criminal Law, Governance, Criminology, Penal Policy
Published by: Helsinški odbor za ljudska prava u Srbiji
Keywords: politics and criminal structures; corruption;
Summary/Abstract: Relations between Serbia and Montenegro aggravated after Montenegro’s recognition of Kosovo (October 2008) to which Belgrade responded by expelling the Montenegrin Ambassador. When Podgorica and Prishtina established diplomatic relations (November 2009) Belgrade withdrew its ambassador to Montenegro. Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic paid an official Belgrade to Serbia in May 2009, but the visit itself did not contribute to full normalization of bilateral relations. Besides, Montenegro definitely opted for Euro-Atlantic integrations and applied for EU candidacy, NATO endorsed a plan of action for Montenegro’s membership (December 2009) and, most importantly, the Montenegrin parliament already adopted a declaration condemning the Srebrenica genocide.

  • Page Count: 10
  • Publication Year: 2010
  • Language: English, Serbian