Skip to comments.Montenegrin premier tells Serbia to drop its "mythomanic" policy
Posted on 11/28/2005 8:45:37 PM PST by mark502inf
Montenegrin premier tells Serbia to drop its "mythomanic" policy
Text of report by Montenegrin TV on 26 November
[Presenter] Montenegro supports international community's decision to begin the process of defining Kosovo's final status, Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic has told Pink TV, adding that it was time for Serbia to give up irrational policy imposed by nationalists. On the eve of [Slovene President] Janez Drnovsek's visit to Montenegro, the prime minister said that the Slovene president was welcome.
[Reporter] Assessing that it was about time to solve the status of Kosovo and that a further postponing would not be productive, Prime Minister Djukanovic said that Montenegro would offer to help with this process.
[Djukanovic] We support international community's decision to begin the process of defining the final status of Kosovo by the end of this year, under the conductor's baton of an experienced European statesman such as Martti Ahtisaari - on behalf of the United Nations and the Contact Group - with an ambition to end this process some time in mid-2006.
[Reporter] The prime minister assessed that it was time for Serbia to give up irrational and mythomanic policy.
[Djukanovic] This is why I think that it is now crucially important that the Serbian president and the prime minister of Serbia - as heads of the Serbian negotiation team - realize that there is this realistic political room [for manoeuvre], and simply say thanks to the people who exert unrealistic political and nationalistic pressure on them. They should then take up the steering wheel in a responsible manner and attempt to reach the best possible solution.
[Reporter] The prime minister is not expecting the relations with Serbia to cool down, following the visit by the Slovene president to Montenegro.
[Djukanovic] I wish to say, with a fully peaceful conscience, really, that it is a great honour not only for the president of the [Montenegrin] republic [Filip Vujanovic] but for myself personally, that Montenegro is visited by the president of a friendly country, and also a member of the European Union, which is Slovenia, and - Janez Drnovsek.
[Reporter] The prime minister reiterated that the referendum on the legal status of Montenegro as a state would be held in spring, adding that there were no concrete demands on part of European officials to postpone the declaration of referendum results, although this possibility was mentioned.
[Djukanovic] There might possibly be a talk about postponing this for a month or two, I do not believe longer than that.
[Reporter] Djukanovic reiterated that the doors for the opposition to discuss conditions of the referendum were opened
Source: TV Crna Gora, Podgorica, in Serbian 1830 gmt 26 Nov 05
Which helps explain yet another Balkans entity escaping from the Serbs; Montenegro appears ready to join Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Kosovo, and Macedonia who have already split.
In the eight years of the reign of terror of the KKKlinton regime, I only saw two groups of people try to stand up to the beast and face it down, that being the Serbs and the Mormons in Utah. I view them as heros.
Also says that now that Kosovo has been ethnically cleansed of Serbs it can now ne turned over to the jihadis as another FOB for the caliphate.
Not even a link to the Soros website that created this fiction! That's a new one, but seems like your pathetic average for a Soros fluffer.
Which helps explain the rest of the fiction you post to bolster the Islamofascists.
Ah, I see that marky just got the Bravo Sierra typed into his own blog before calling it News! LOL.
Since your definition of hero is standing up to the USA, you obviously love Saddam Hussein and bin Laden.
But it's good to see that this fiction was moved from the News category!
I and family members spent about ten straight weekends standing out in the cold on Mass Avenue protesting the last gasp of the dying Klintler regime and their attempted coup d'etat in 2000. At least we weren't being bombed for it.
For your benefit and for the benefit of anybody else who still doesn't get it, the last thing and I mean the VERY last thing I ever want my tax dollars being spent for is bombing Christians for the benefit of slammite narco-terrorists and white trash and savages or for a political organization like the KLA which is basically a branch of Al Quaeda. That isn't asking for a hell of a lot.
No, that isn't asking for a hell of a lot.
But Mr. Soros pays folks like marky ver well to fluff his propaganda (and who knows what else) as required!
And of course, whenever it's pointed out in an individual or group of people, they're only driven deeper into the behavior.
And so it goes.
So, do you Soros fluffers print that on your business cards?
Good find, Hoplite. And how appropriate that the Montenegrin Prime Minster should use it to describe his Slavic Orthodox cousins in Belgrade.
You mean like when you and mark speak of the Balkans?
Yep....just right next to the "Greater Albania"-map....
Reports claim Djukanovic wanted in Italy
PODGORICA -- Media in Podgorica reported yesterday that an Italian prosecutor has requested the arrest of Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic as part of an investigation into cigarette smuggling.
According to Italian news agency ANSA, the judge conducting the prelimiary investigation dismissed the request on the grounds that Djukanovic is immune from prosecution under international law.
The prosecutor is said to have found evidence that Djukanovic had been receiving money from the "Camora" crime gang for the transportation of contraband cigarettes through Montenegro.
How comes, Mark Goebbels forgot to tell us, that there are more Montenegrins living in Serbia than in Montenegro itself.....????
Prime Minister Djukanovic is right next door to both Kosovo & Serbia. Just like all Serbia's neighbors, his worry is not Kosovo, but more of the same Serb nationalism that caused the wars of the 1990s.
Marky-mark thinks he's a mind reader now! LOL!
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