Local media announced Tuesday that the Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Djukanovic would declare later today his resignation; putting an end to a political career of 20 years.
Serving once as president and in five terms as prime minister, Djukanovic decided to resign after achieving his national and political goals through granting Montenegro independence from Serbia; therefore, leading the country to a nomination at the European Union (EU), media quoted informed sources as saying.
As for Djukanovic’s post, it will be filled by Minister of Finance Igor Luksic, sources revealed; however, it is believed that the new government to be formed late this year would not undergo major changes.
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