The opposition voices the need for Montenegro military neutrality. According to the leaders of the protesters, NATO broke up Yugoslavia, drew the country's residents into a "fratricidal war" and Montenegro has no place in NATO, "among those murderers and thieves."
Montenegrins do not intend to stop their struggle. Their leaders say: "We will continue protests until we show the government that the decision to join NATO should be taken by Montenegrin people."
According to the protesters, Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic is a slavishly politician led by NATO, and he imposes sanctions on "brotherly" Russia as it was directed by alliance leadership.