Montenegrin speaker criticizes Serbia

Speaker of the Montenegrin parliament Ranko Krivokapić stated that Serbia was “not capable of organizing a good state meeting”.

“As far as I’m concerned, my visit to Serbia was finished on May 8 and 9 and I will invite my counterpart to come to Montenegro because I reckon that Serbia is unable to organize a good meeting.”

“We’ll be good hosts because in Montenegro, unlike in Serbia, there’s a complete reliability that various internal political games won’t affect such serious state business,” Krivokapić.

He announced that he would invite Serbian parliament Speaker Slavica Đukić-Dejanović to visit Montenegro by the end of the year.

The Montenegrin parliament speaker was supposed to visit Serbia on May 8 and 9, but the visit was postponed at Đukić-Dejanović’s request, due to “technical reasons”.

The Serbian speaker said previously that she expected her Montenegrin counterpart to set a new date for the visit.

“I’ll see when I have time by the end of the year to set up the colleague’s visit to Montenegro,” Krivokapić was quoted as saying.

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