Montenegrin president on future of relations with Serbia

Montenegrin President Filip Vujanović says the future of relations between Montenegro and Serbia is "respect and partnership" in all areas of common interest.

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  1. The relations will probably get worst if Montenegro joins NATO.
    (steve, 1 January 2014 12:43)

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  2. Stuff it! Go play with your German, Croatian, Albainian and Nato {EU}friends.
    (Pete K., 31 December 2013 14:02)

    Typical ultra nationalist response - you know, infantile, hateful, chauvinistic.
    (truthiness, 31 December 2013 22:04)

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  3. Both Serbia and Montenegr
    ro are old European countr
    ies connected by together
    history, peoples, border,
    religion, culture... Mutual
    interest is to exist both as
    members of both EU and UN supporting each other.
    (xy, 31 December 2013 20:33)

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  4. The relation between Serbia and Montenegro is going to be better finally. Obviously someone didn't want better relations in the past. Now it's different.
    (Katy, 31 December 2013 14:24)

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  5. Stuff it! Go play with your German, Croatian, Albainian and Nato {EU}friends.
    (Pete K., 31 December 2013 14:02)

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