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Council for National Security of Montenegro meets: "We are concerned about the situation"


On the eve of the enthronement of Metropolitan Joanikije, another meting of the Council was held in Cetinje

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Crna Gora, druga sednica Vijeća Veća za nacionalnu bezbednost

Photo: Government of Montenegro / Z. Djuric

The National Security Council of Montenegro has expressed concern over the security situation, in anticipation of the announced public gatherings, and issued guidelines to intelligence and security sector to strengthen coordination in order to preserve the constitutional order and protect the constitutional rights and freedoms, the Government of Montenegro announced on Friday.

A statement said that the National Security Council, chaired by Montenegrin Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic, held its third session during which members of the Council were informed about the latest security assessments presented by the National Security Agency (ANB) and the Police Administration.

"The National Security Council appeals on all social and political actors, media representatives, as well as all citizens, to contribute to the calming of tensions and preserving peace and security. The members of the Council will be in constant communication and session," the statement added.

The meeting was attended by all members of the Council, and by invitation, the director of the Police Administration, Zoran Brdjanin.

The enthronement ceremony for the new Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Joanikije, will be held on Sunday, September 5, in Cetinje. The Government of Montenegro announced that it will do everything, in accordance with its powers, to prevent incidents on the occasion and for things to go peacefully.

The presidency of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) requested that the enthronement of Joanikije be moved from Cetinje and warned the Government of Montenegro and its bodies that they would bear responsibility for any possible unpleasant event or incident.


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