04 May 15
Montenegro Press Review – May 4, 2015
The opposition Democratic Front starts field campaign to promote anti-government protest. Bosnian Ambassador remains in Sarajevo becasue Storina dispute. The White House has not give the green light yet for the NATO enlargement, an analyst claims.
Meeting with its activists and officials, the main opposition alliance Democratic Front began a field campaign to organize the anti-government protest due the political, economic, social and security crisis in the country.
Bosnian ambassador in Montenegro, Djordje Latinovic, remains in Sarajevo on consultation, but I hope that the situation regarding the Sutorina issues will be very soon resolved, and that we will host an ambassador of Montenegro in Sarajevo, Bosnian Foreign Minister Igor Crnadak said.
Montenegro has a great support in the United States but the White House is still reserved when it comes to enlargement of the Alliance, a university professor Radovan Vukadinovic said.
Source: Balkan Insight (Montenegro)