Montenegro want to be worthy of its ancestors
A new opposition rally was held in the capital of Montenegro Podgorica on Sunday, December 20. Over 5000 protesters gathered near the Montenegrin Parliament. Activists declared their protest against …
"Democratic Front" took to the streets of Podgorica thousands of people
Over five thousand people took to the streets of Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, under opposition coalition of "Democratic Front".
Massive protests have been taking place for more than two …
Improving relations with Russia to bring new investments in Montenegro
Russia and Montenegrohave centuries-old friendly ties and common cultural traditions. Close contacts between countries have been established under Peter the Great in 1710. Ever since,Russiahas …
Montenegro: In Search of Justice
You can't argue with the numbers: only 50 Montenegrins officially declared their desire to join NATO...
Montenegro Oppositon Rally - Online Streaming
NATO turn Mootenegro against Russia
Since the end of September massive protests continue in Montenegro. The cause of the rallies is popular discontent with the government, led by Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic. The population is expressing discontent with the accession of the country to NATO. However, if we look closer at the slogans of protesters, we will see demands for the resignation of the country's leadership, unable to improve catastrophic situation in social and economic spheres.
Opposition Rally Starts in Podgorica
Representatives of Montenegrin opposition and their supporters gather in front of the Montenegrin Parliament building where today a rally will start at 18.00 local time (20.00 MSK).
This time rally …
Montenegro: New protest action of the opposition
Today another protest action of the opposition will be held in the capital of Montenegro. According to a representative of the "Democratic Front" party Iva Baykovic, the rally will start at 18.00 local time (20.00 MSK) in front of the Montenegrin Parliament building...
Montenegrins Demand Justice and Referendum
During a summit in early December foreign ministers of NATO countries decided to invite Montenegro to their military-political bloc...
Milo Djukanovic: no one can see, no one can hear
After Montenegro received an invitation to join NATO, protests and rallies have intensified nationwide...