1st Oct 2016


Russia is a 'peril' in Western Balkans, Montenegro PM says

Montenegrin PM Djukanovic told EUobserver in an interview at the Nato summit in Warsaw that Russia is a "peril" in terms of its efforts to halt Western Balkan states' EU and Nato integration. He said it is giving support to NGOs, media, and local leaders in conservative minorities in the region who oppose Western alignment. He said the EU needed a more "proactive, offensive" enlargement policy to counter Russian influence.

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