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PODGORICA – Serbia will never interfere in Montenegro’s internal affairs, and Montenegro’s joining of NATO cannot have a negative effect on the ties between the two countries or regional relations, says Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.
“Serbia will be joining no military alliance, while Montenegro has been invited to NATO and wants to join that alliance,” the Serbian prime minister has told Podgorica-based Pobjeda.
Serbia is not interfering in Montenegro’s internal affairs and “has good bilateral relations with Montenegro, which we want to enhance,” Vucic said.
“Serbia remains militarily neutral and it will continue the cooperation with Russia, but the European Union remains an objective nonetheless,” Vucic said.
Source: InSerbia News (Montenegro)