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BECICI – Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic justified his country’s vote for the recommendation of Kosovo’s admission to UNESCO by saying that Podgorica does not pursue its policy based on calculations, but is rather a consistent one, which does not allow any room for manoeuvre.
Djukanovic told journalists in Becici that Montenegro recognized Kosovo’s independence in 2008, adding that everything that happened in the meantime has vindicated the Montenegrin policy. “I think that the current situation justifies our policy, which represents recognition of reality,” he stressed.
Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said earlier today that Serbia is disappointed, but not surprised by the position of Montenegro and Macedonia to vote in favor of the initiative for Kosovo to become a UNESCO member.
Source: InSerbia News (Montenegro)