Jevrem Brković comments on the sudden switch in Montenegro's policy

Ljubljana, 25 October - The only European dissident, as some call the Montenegrian writer and intellectual Jevrem Brković, who is currently living in Ljubljana, at a discussion organized today by the Slovene Party of Democratic Reforms (SDP) commented among other things, the recent turn-about in Montenegro's Parliament and the change of mind of the republic's President Bulatović on the policy regarding Serbia and the war in Croatia. "None of the members of the opposition expected such a turn of events. On the contrary. We already saw Montenegro as a coastal addition to Serbia, as Serbia is interested only in gaining access to the sea. According to our analysis, this would also give Russia access to the Mediterranean, as already Peter the Great wrote under point 13 of his renowned testament that Russia can not aspire to become a great European power until it gains access to the Adriatic. Even the Belgrade - Bar railway route is in essence a product of the Warsaw Pact - a fact asserted in public by the Slovene politician Stane Kavčič. The dissolving of the Warsaw Pact does not make Russia's interests are a thing of the past.

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