29 May 15
Montenegro Press Review – May 29, 2015
Montenegro is the first aspirant country we are going to address, NATO chief says. Six Muslims from Montenegro fight in Syria. PM Djukanovic attends 2015 Vienna Business Forum.
Speaking on Tuesday at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington D.C., NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg confirmed that the Alliance will continues pursuing the open door policy and that the decision on Montenegro’s membership is to be reached by the end of the year. ”What we decided in Wales was that the first applicant or aspirant country we’re going to address is Montenegro. And as I said, we’re going to address Montenegro later this year,” the NATO Secretary General underscored.
Six Montenegrin Muslims are currently fighting in Syria, daily Dan learns from police. It is suspected that the center for the recruitment of foreign mercenaries is in Sarajevo, where there is a center for Islamic Wahhabi brothers. The owner of the center until recently was a Montenegrin citizen from Ulcinj, and then it was sold to the leader of the Wahhabis in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Western Balkans will continue pursuing its foreign policy priorities – European and Euro-Atlantic accession processes, Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Djukanović said at 2015 Vienna Economic Forum, which took place in Tirana on Tuesday. “It is important for each country in the region, but also for the overall stability of the Euro-Atlantic region. That is my answer to the doubts which are still present in the European political dialogue when it comes to the so called ”enlargement fatigue”,” Djukanovic added.
Source: Balkan Insight (Montenegro)