Albanians stage protest against Montenegro's PM

A group of Albanians living in New York gathered to protest in front of the UN against Montenegrin PM Milo Đukanović over his "unfulfilled promise."

Source: Beta

Namely, the promise concerns the status of ethnic Albanians in Montenegro.

The media in Podgorica reported that the protest was organized last week by an association gathering Albanians in the Unites States, and coincided with Đukanović's address to the UN General Assembly.

Montenegro's ruling DPS party MP Luidj Skrelja, however, told reporters that there was "no reason for the protest, especially not aimed against Đukonović."

According to him, Đukanović is "the last address where a protest should be held."

Skrelja believes that the prime minister is "very much dedicated to improving the position of minorities in Montenegro, including the Albanians."


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