Montenegro: Tensions erupt over Serbian church leaders
11 September 2021 | 3:47 pm
Protesters have blocked roads in Montenegro as the Serbian Orthodox Church prepares to inaugurate Montenegro's next top cleric. They reportedly threw stones at police, shouting: "This is not Serbia."
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