One of the leaders of the Montenegrin Democratic Front (DF) party, Andrija Mandic, told the Serbian state-owned RTS that the Milo Djukanovic regime has no problem with Serbia but with its citizens and that their wrong moves have taken rivers of people to the streets seeking justice, adding that thousands of Montenegrin citizens will regret the absence of Serbia's President in Montenegro.
"These are tens of thousands of people who are pressuring the Montenegrin regime every night, which is not giving up on its intention to plunder the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) and take its temples in Montenegro," Mandic told RTS.
He said that thousands of compatriots will regret President Aleksandar Vucic's decision not to visit Montenegro on Christmas Day.
"The pressures of the Montenegrin regime went so far that they even informed NATO as if it were Serbia's aggression against Montenegro," Mandic said.
Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) faithful have been protesting in Montenegro for days over the adoption of the Religious Freedoms Law that they claim discriminates against the SPC.
At the same time, the authorities in Podgorica, as well as some civic activists in the region, accused the Belgrade regime of organising protests, thus threatening Montenegro's stability and independence.