The candidate for the presidency of Montenegro and the leader of the Real Montenegro party, Marko Milačić said that the issue of the “forced” NATO membership is not a decided affair.
“For me, this issue is just beginning,” Milačić said, adding that he will continue to advocate for better relations with Russia and Serbia.
As for NATO membership, he reminded that it was decided without a referendum demanded by the people and the opposition parties, deeming it illegal.
Montenegro joined NATO in 2016, despite massive protests. According to polls, more than half of the citizens were against this step of the country’s leadership.Small countries in the global The Skripal’s case: A View from Serbia