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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Podgorica, 28 January: Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic has assessed that any attempt at revising the Belgrade Agreement towards building a stronger state union would be unacceptable to Montenegro and bring about a "speedier end to the union".
"It is impossible to revise the Belgrade Agreement unilaterally and forcibly, and anyone who attempts it will meet with our resistance and be responsible for attempting to break up the union. This is something that Kostunica (leader of the Democratic Party of Serbia [DSS]) and everyone else in Serbia and the international community should reckon with, those who might wish to impose upon Montenegro a higher level of integration than we have agreed on," said Djukanovic in an interview with Beta. [Passage omitted - views previously expressed]
He said it was "absolutely not true" that the Montenegrin SDB [State Security Service] had attempted to liquidate Miodrag Zivkovic, the political leader of the opposition Liberal Alliance [LS]. Djukanovic supported the positions of the SDB's collegium which had dismissed Zivkovic's allegations. He expressed hope that "other competent services in the MUP [Interior Ministry] will reach the same conclusion" and that they would inform the public of their findings. He said he had received a "copy" of a letter in which Zivkovic informs the police minister of an "alleged attempt …