At the same time, the Russian department points to the fact that not all citizens of Montenegro share the “anti-Russian policy line”, as well as “the desire of the country's leadership to join NATO as soon as possible.”
The Montenegrin media, citing sources, noted that the government of the republic positively assessed the reaction of Moscow to the events in Podgorica. Representatives of the Cabinet acknowledged that “not yet an absolute majority supports the desire of the leadership to join the NATO bloc,” while they categorically rejected accusations of conducting an “anti-Russian policy”.
According to the agency, the protest in the capital of Montenegro began on September 27. Its organizer is the Democratic Front. The demonstrators are unhappy with government policies and demand the resignation of Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic.