Serbian President travels to Montenegro

Serbian President Boris Tadić will start today his first official visit to Montenegro. Tadić is due to meet with Montenegro’s President Filip Vujanović, and PM Milo Đukanović. 

He will then go to the seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) in Montenegro, and will tour Montenegro’s telephone operator M-tel, which is owned by Serbia’s Telekom Srbija.

On Friday, the president will travel to the seaside resort of Herceg Novi where he will visit the town hall, and will then he be heading for the village of Smriječno, the birthplace of his father.

Ahead of his visit to the neighboring country, Tadić told local media that he was making another attempt to disperse any doubt that Serbia has either any interest, or desire, to deny Montenegro’s statehood.

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