To mark the occasion of the visit by NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, to the Balkan country, the Montenegro Peace Movement will hold a protest on Wednesday 14th October at 17:00 hours at the intersection between Belgrade Street and Risto Stijović Street in Podgorica, capital of the Former Yugoslav Republic.

The President of the Peace Movement in Montenegro No to war no to Nato, Gojko Raicevic, said that everything is ready to welcome the unwanted guest.

“We don’t want him, we do not need him. Stoltenberg has to apologise for what NATO has done to our people and the country. After that this aggressor has to pay for the damage done and after that we can talk about how to preserve Montenegrin neutrality. NATO can, alongside Russia, be the guarantors of our neutrality. NATO is a synonym for suffering, pain, blood, occupation of foreign countries and we do not want to be part of that bad company. We pray for the innocent victims in Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, and our countrymen and women from Serbia and Montenegro.

We have bad memories and the left overs of depleted uranium. We, the people in Montenegro will consider the Alliance as an occupying force and treat them as such, if it happens that we become part of NATO by political force.  Of course, all of this is going to be publicly said at the protest tomorrow.”