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Montenegro

BRAJOVIC REPLIED 08. 11. 2018.   >>  17:14 0

BRAJOVIC REPLIED

Messages from Budva provoke pity

President of the Parliament of Montenegro Ivan Brajovic said that the messages from last night's meeting in Budva, during the celebration of the century from the Podgorica Assembly provoke pity of serious people, to say the least.

 "Part of those messages I heard at the meeting held last night in Budva, to say the least,  provokes the pity in serious people, so huge is their backwardness and failure. To speak in such a way of a state that is independent and autonomous, and which has achieved it in the most complicated way compared to all the countries in the region, the country that is now a member of NATO, and which will surely be the next member of the EU, is unheard of and inexplicable, "Brajovic said.
He said that perhaps it is best not to speak of the Budva event, "because it's almost embarrassing that it happened in our country."
"I really need to say that these stories, narrated either directly or through video messages, speak of the failure of those who told them, they witness of them being trapped in times past long ago, but Montenegro is so strong that it will never allow what had happened a century ago, "said Brajovic.
Last night, historian Aleksandar Rakovic, who was not allowed to enter Montenegro, addressed those present at the gathering in Budva, and, among other things, said that the current government in Montenegro is not everlasting.

"We will unite Serbian countries and liberate the Serbian sea," said one of Rakovic’s messages.
 

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