Ljubomir Filipovic: “A Regional Front Needed for Easing Tensions in Montenegro”

While Montenegro, a tiny Balkan country on Adriatic coast, was hit by violent events and political crises evoked by the new head of the Serbian church in Montenegro, Metropolitan Joanikije’s ceremony in Cetinje, the former capital city of the country we spoke to Ljubomir Filipovic, Executive Coordinator of Civil Initiative May 21 and a political analyst at Café del Montenegro.
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While Montenegro, a tiny Balkan country on Adriatic coast, was hit by violent events and political crises evoked by the new head of the Serbian church in Montenegro, Metropolitan Joanikije’s ceremony in Cetinje, the former capital city of the country we spoke to Ljubomir Filipovic, Executive Coordinator of Civil Initiative May 21 and a political analyst at Café del Montenegro.

At FeniksPod, Filipovic explained the causes and effects of the high tensions and recent events in Montenegro, highlighting the role of the Serbian government and the Serbian Orthodox Church. He underlined that the only way forward is creating a front between Balkan countries with the support of the West for getting out of the political mass in the multi-ethnic and multi-religious country.