Ponedjeljak, 15 travnja, 2024

Djukanovic: Montenegro will remain a safe haven for all deported Ukrainians

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More than 27,000 people from Ukraine have entered Montenegro since the beginning of Russian aggression.

Nearly 4,000 have sought temporary protection. Montenegro will remain a safe haven for all Ukrainian exiles, in the hope that the suffering of the Ukrainian people will disappear as soon as possible, Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic said on the occasion of World Refugee Day.

“In the last decade, the number of forcibly displaced persons has doubled, while the number of internally displaced persons has tripled. The world seems to be heading towards a humanitarian decline. It’s the last moment for sharing the burden and responsibilities and lasting solutions,” Djukanovic said on Twitter.

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