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Montenegro Premier Accuses Serbia Of Interference

Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic (file photo) (epa) May 26, 2006 -- Montenegro's Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic today accused the Serbian government of encouraging his opponents to reject the result of a May 21 referendum backing independence.

Djukanovic told a Montenegrin daily that the Montenegrin opposition is acting directly on the orders of Belgrade.

In the vote, 55.5 percent of the Montenegrin electorate voted to separate from Serbia.


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