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- Montenegro Conference on Social Dimensions of
- ICFTU OnLine…, 27 April
1998. Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic will open a
major Conference on the Social Dimensions of Reform in
Montenegro, organised by the Confederation of Independent
Trade Unions of Montenegro.
- ICFTU Congratulates President Djukanovic on
election victory in Montenegro
- ICFTU Online..., 3 June 1998. ICFTU General
Secretary congratulates Djukanovic on his election on May 31
and expresses confidence that he will respect human and
trade union rights, particularly in view of his courageous
stand on Kosovo.
- Serbs Mostly Quiet on Montenegro's
- By William Branigin, Washington Post,
Saturday 7 August 1999. Montenegro's announcement that
it wants to break up the unhappy family known as Yugoslavia
was greeted in Serbia today with resignation over a
separation that already exists in fact, but with umbrage
over what many here saw as temerity by the tiny republic
seeking to dump its dominant partner.
People's Assemblies In Montenegro:
- By Zoran Radulovic, AIM Podgorica, 6 September
1999. “q>Under no condition shall we accept
separation of Montenegro from Yugoslavia, the community of
states of the Serb people which we inseparably belong to
ethnically, historically and spiritually.”
- Montenegro Wants Independence, Looser
- By Ljubinka Cagorovic, Reuters, Friday 29 December
2000. Tiny Montenegro says it wants to divorce Serbia and
become independent—but then remarry immediately under
a looser Yugoslav nuptial contract.
- UK warns against Yugoslav split
- BBC News Online, Wednesday 25 April 2001. The British
Foreign Secretary Robin Cook is to increase pressure on
the Montenegrin government to shelve plans for a
referendum on independence from Yugoslavia. An expectedly
narrow election win for the party of Montenegrin President
Milo Djukanovic, who supports independence. President Milo
Djukanovic's government approved the blueprint for the
future of the Yugoslav federation.