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Montenegro

GATHERING IN BELGRADE 07. 09. 2018.   >>  18:01 0

GATHERING IN BELGRADE

Montenegro has not yet been invited to discuss division of ex Yu properties

Montenegro has not yet received invitation for the meeting regarding the division of properties of the former Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) on September 13 in Belgrade. The ministry of Defense told so for the RTCG portal.

Namely, at the meeting in Belgrade, representatives of the former republics of the SFRY should open negotiations on the division of property of the former JNA.

"The Ministry of Defense has not yet received an invitation for the meeting of the Inter-ministerial Working Group for the implementation of Annex A of the Succession Agreement that is to be held in Belgrade on September 13. If and when we receive an invitation, we will form a delegation that will best represent and defend the interests of Montenegro" states the Ministry.
According to Belgrade media the meeting should identify what military property includes, what is its value and what part of it each former republic requests.

Croatian experts at the Ministry of Defense have calculated that the value of assets of the former Yugoslav Army amounts to 70 billion dollars, of which Zagreb requires 10 billion - eight from Serbia and two from Montenegro.
From February, when the first meeting was announced in Belgrade, requests for more than 500 tanks, helicopters, canadairs were received from Zagreb. From Montenegro Croatia requests the return of the school ship "Jadran" and Rudolf Peresin’s MiG-21 .
Montenegrin Ministry of Defense said that their "attitude regarding "Jadran" school ship are known to the public".

At the recent celebration of the 85th birthday of the ship, Defense Minister Predrag Boskovic said that "Jadran" is Montenegrin and that it will remain in Montenegro.

The Ministry of Defense also noted that there are no MiG 21 aircrafts in Montenegro.

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