06 Nov 14
Montenegro Press Review – November 6, 2014
Montenegro requested the extradition of Safet Kalica from Austria. There is nothing controversial in the determination of the border between Bosnia and Montenegro. Montenegrin media union warned on the poor working conditions for journalists.
The Ministry of Justice of Montenegro sent a request to the Ministry of Justice Austria for the extradition drug lord Safet Kalica to Montenegro, with the necessary documentation. Kalic was arrested in Austria on October 20, under the false name Rifat Murik and after he was hiding for three yeara. In Montenegro he is suspected of money laundering from the drugs sale.
Border Commission and the experts have not found nothing contentious and the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina submitted proposal of the agreement on the state border between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, Minister of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sredoje Novic said.
Supporting the the campaign “Stand up for journalism” wich has been conducted for seven years by the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) in the first week of November, the Media Union od Montenegro pointed out that the conditions of work and level of profession are constantly getting worse.
Source: Balkan Insight (Montenegro)