Montenegro. At the April presidential election, former
Prime Minister Milo Đukanović already won by about 54% of
the vote after the first round. There were seven candidates
running for president, and unlike EU friend EUukanović, the
toughest competitor Mladen Bojanić wants to approach the
Russian Federation instead.
Countryaah.com, Đukanović has been the country's prime minister since the
1990s in six rounds. In October 2016, he handed over the
post to the current Prime Minister Duško Marković. Đukanović
has promised to continue to bring Montenegro closer to the
EU, fighting organized crime, poverty and unemployment. Over
20% of the small country's 620,000 residents are unemployed.
Montenegro ended up in the international spotlight in
July after the US president suggested that the country,
which joined NATO in 2017, could start a third world war.
“Montenegro is a tiny country with very strong people. They
are a very aggressive people. They might get aggressive, and
congratulations, we have World War III, "Trump said in an
interview with Fox News.