Montenegrin police use tear gas, break up roadblock near Andrijevica: Several people arrested
A one kilometer-long column of cars formed because there is no alternative road
At around 2 pm, strong police forces broke the blockade of the main road near Andrijevica in Montenegro, using tear gas and force.
They arrested several protesters, Podgorica daily Vijesti writes.
Citizens of Andrijevica kept the road Berane-Andrijevica-Plav under blockade from 11 am. The blockade was formed with cars at the entrance to Andrijevica, near the former Soko Stark factory.
A one kilometer-long column of cars formed because there is no alternative road.
The citizens said that they decided on that move as a sign of protest against the arrest of several Serbian Orthodox Church priests and Bishop Joanikije.
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