That capitol of Montenegro has recently spiraled out of control as thousands after peaceful protest turned violent with the demand the Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic (Leader of the Democratic Party of Socialist, or DPS) step down from his position of power following Djukanovic’s attempts to become closer to the West, and with NATO. This of course throws off the Montenegrin population, as they have always been close to Russia, and Serbia. Keeping in mind NATO bombings of Yugoslavia in 1999. Leaving thousands dead and infrastructure of Montenegro and Serbia ruined. Many still remember the NATO bombings, and oppose NATO with a passion.
Milo Djukanovic blames the Kremlin for these riots, and inciting violence in the Montenegro, while the Kremlin quickly dismisses them.