Serbia: Protesters blast Djukanovic and praise Lukashenko on eve of Montenegrin election

Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Belgrade on Saturday evening, demonstrating against the current Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic's policies especially towards the Serbian Orthodox Church, on the eve of the 2020 Montenegrin parliamentary election. The protesters carried Montenegrin and Serbian flags while chanting slogans such as «Montenegro and Serbia are one family.» «It is known, there is no Montenegrin, no Serb, no Orthodox, until he is free. And while Milo [Djukanovic] is in Montenegro, and this freak is here in the Presidency of Serbia, there is no freedom,» stated portal Editor-in-Chief Dejan Zlatanovic. The protesters were joined by more demonstrators rallying against COVID-19 measures as well as pro-Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko demonstrators who marched to the Belarusian embassy. «We as a people came to say a big thank you, but, unfortunately, also to give you a big apology. Sorry that we have let the globalist scum rule us. We sincerely hope to get rid of them and thank you very much for your support. Long live Belarus,» said protest organiser Damnjan Knezevic.

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