Vuković: Spajić and Mandić were told in Brussels that deviating from the common policy of the EU means leaving them from membership

"I'm not talking about abstract things when I'm talking about the relationship to Kosovo, BiH, what Vučić and Putin are doing," he assessed and asked whether Montenegro will sponsor the resolution on Srebrenica, whether it still stands by what it said in Pristina and how she comments that her colleagues do not have the same position on these issues

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Vuković in the Assembly, Photo: Printscreen YouTube
Vuković in the Assembly, Photo: Printscreen YouTube
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MP of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) Ivan Vuković pointed out that at the meeting in Brussels, Prime Minister Milojko Spajić and Speaker of the Assembly Andrija Mandić were told that "deviations from the common security policy of the EU will mean a kilometer away from Montenegro's membership in that alliance".

He said this at today's session of the Parliament of Montenegro.

"I'm not talking about abstract things when I'm talking about the relationship to Kosovo, BiH, what Vučić and Putin are doing," he assessed and asked whether Montenegro will sponsor the resolution on Srebrenica, whether it still stands by what it said in Pristina and how she comments that her colleagues do not have the same position on these issues.

Gorčević replied that "she has already given an answer about Kosovo", and that she "cannot give a premature opinion on the co-sponsorship of the Resolution on Srebrenica, because it has yet to be discussed".

"The government is a collective body where decisions are made by ministers coming together and expressing their views on a certain issue. As for my personal position, I'm sure you know it," said Gorčević.

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