In recent years, Montenegro has become an arena of influence and interest of a number of non-Western actors, primarily Russia, China and Turkey, and their political influence, albeit not weak, is still under control.
Following the June elections, the ruling Serbian Progressive Party has reason to be somewhat dissatisfied with the epilogue of this election cycle.
In 2015, EU member states deployed police units to North Macedonia’s border with Greece to assist in handling the refugee crisis.
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