• Montenegro Fokker F100 Podgorica-Frankfurt on a beautiful CAVOK day! [AirClips full flight series]

    Thanks a lot to Aplha Six for supporting us with footage for this clip: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNuqVR0bL1iVfG9cLiOgM4Q Montenegro Airlines a.d. is the flag carrier of Montenegro, headquartered in Podgorica. It operates scheduled and charter services throughout Europe from its hub at Podgorica Airport with a second base maintained at Tivat Airport. The airline was founded on October 24, 1994, by the government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The first aircraft, a Fokker 28 Mk4000 (nicknamed "Lovćen"), was purchased almost two years later in 1996. The first commercial flight took place on May 7, 1997, at exactly 10:30 between Podgorica and Bari, Italy. In April 2000, Montenegro Airlines became a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). In June 2000, the...

    published: 14 Apr 2017
  • FANTASTIC Fokker 100 "siholuette landing" in Frankfurt: Montenegro Airlines [AirClips]

    Montenegro Airlines a.d. is the flag carrier of Montenegro, headquartered in Podgorica. It operates scheduled and charter services throughout Europe from its hub at Podgorica Airport with a second base maintained at Tivat Airport. The airline was founded on October 24, 1994, by the government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The first aircraft, a Fokker 28 Mk4000 (nicknamed "Lovćen"), was purchased almost two years later in 1996. The first commercial flight took place on May 7, 1997, at exactly 10:30 between Podgorica and Bari, Italy. In April 2000, Montenegro Airlines became a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). In June 2000, the first of five Fokker F100 aircraft was delivered to Podgorica Airport. The airline joined Amadeus CRS on March 5, 2003. In 2004, ...

    published: 11 Mar 2017
  • Landing Belgrade-Nikola Tesla, Serbia BEG from Tivat (4k) Montenegro Airlines 200 - E-195LR

    Montenegro Airlines YM200 Tivat-Belgrade Flight time: 29 mins Landing: 09:16 local Embraer 195LR

    published: 26 Jul 2016
  • Montenegro Budva and Sveti Nikola Air video from a Drone FPV

    Hello This is third of a series of the videos from Montenegro Budva - a (Serbian: Будва, Budva, pronounced [bûːdv̞a] or [bûdv̞a], Italian: Budua) is a coastal town in Montenegro. It has around 18,000 (2011) inhabitants, and it is the centre of Budva Municipality. The coastal area around Budva, called the Budvanska rivijera, is the centre of Montenegro's tourism, and is well known for its sandy beaches, diverse nightlife, and examples of Mediterranean architecture. Budva is 3,500 years old, which makes it one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic Sea coast. This video has been recorded using f450 drone with DJI naza V2 Camera Go pro 3 Black edition and Zenmuse gimbal to stabilize the camera motion

    published: 23 Jul 2014
  • Montenegro Airlines Fokker 100 2016. & 2008. Takeoff sound - RR Tay 650-15 engines

    Enjoy the best sound - Fokker 100 engines Rolls Royce Tay 650-15. Camera: NIKON Coolpix P900 Company: Montenegro Airlines Aircraft: Fokker 100 (4O-AOM) Airport: Belgrade, Serbia (BEG) 2016. Destination: Belgrade - Podgorica, (BEG-TGD) 2008. Destination: Tivat - Belgrade (TIV-BEG) COPYRIGHT:AirlinersHD If you like this channel please like and subscribe.

    published: 24 Jan 2016
  • Motorcycle Riding in Serbia and Snowy Montenegro

    Episode 015 Pedro Mota World Ride - Subscribe if you enjoy the ride - Music by Hanvai [ https://soundcloud.com/hanvai/overthink ] - http://facebook.com/motaeastbound http://instagram.com/mr.motaeb http://motaeastbound.com The motorcycle ride continues in Belgrade, de capital of Serbia. Missed out on the country the last time I was in the region so I was very keen to visit. Met up with a hospitable guy through Couchsurfing and stayed a handful of days. The motorbike at rest for those few days and so there was plenty of time to have a look around Belgrade and experience it with locals. I like the city, it occasionally having that old and dirty capital look and feel but with plenty of nice parts. Soon enough it was time to get back onto the motorcycle and travel on south through the Serbian...

    published: 02 Jun 2016
  • Tibetan Nomads Travel from Bar Montenegro to Belgrade Serbia by train

    The Tibetan Nomads traveled from Bar in Montenegro to Podgorica and to Belgrade over the celebrated Bar to Belgrade railway which is one of Europe's most spectacular train rides. It's a marvel of engineering, with 254 tunnels and 435 bridges on the 296-mile journey from the Serbian capital to the Adriatic. Construction of the line started in the 1950s but only completed in 1976, opened by President Tito himself.

    published: 27 Aug 2016
  • SMATSA Aviation Academy Alsim FNPT guided tour

    published: 31 Jul 2013
  • Reactions to Montenegro independence referendum

    1. Wide-shot of the main Republic Square in Belgrade 2. Close-up of monument in square 3. People waiting at a bus stop, reading papers 4. Newspaper seller peddling dailies 5. Various of newspaper headlines on Montenegro vote 6. Headline reading: "Independent" 7. Headline reading: "Separation" 8. Headline saying: "It's Over?" 9. Newspaper seller, people crossing street 10. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vox pop: "If this is correct and regular, there should be no problems, let them go (Montenegrins). Serbia should not bear any guilt in this, as we were for what happened in Bosnia, Croatia. Good luck to the Montenegrins." 11. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vox pop "It's high time to go our separate ways." 12. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vox pop: "I think this shows what our state is like since Monteneg...

    published: 28 Jul 2015
  • Miss Universe 2016 - Contestants (Serbia and Montenegro - Bojana Bojanić and Katarina Keković)

    Miss Universe is an annual international beauty pageant that is run by the Miss Universe Organization. Along with its rival contests, Miss World and Miss Earth, this pageant is one of the most important and publicized beauty pageants in the world. It is held in more than 190 countries worldwide and seen by more than half a billion people annually. The pageant was founded in 1952 by the California-based clothing company Pacific Knitting Mills, and the Miss Universe Organization and the brand is currently owned, along with Miss USA and Miss Teen USA, by WME/IMG. Miss Universe Organization licenses local organizations that wish to select the Miss Universe contestant for their country, and approves the selection method for national delegates. The current Miss Universe logo – "the woman with st...

    published: 11 May 2016
  • Serbian TV shows NATO losses, 1999.

    Serbian TV shows NATO losses, 1999. Serbian State Radio Television Station (RTS) shows great NATO losses created by Yugoslav (Serbian) anti-air defense. Video from 29th march, 1999, during US/NATO imperialist aggression against Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro). http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe6GAxDBn6jB1U1pMGqH4dw Video from channel user ArhVid.

    published: 29 Jan 2014
  • Unsafe Ukraine Airspace Losses: Flights re-routed to Balkans boosting Serbian revenues

    Serbia and Montenegro have seen a sharp rise in revenues from airlines, due to numerous flights being re-routed over the Balkans due to the war in east Ukraine. Their combined air traffic control agency estimates an 8 per cent rise in profits this year, worth millions of euros, which would have been due to Ukraine. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv

    published: 09 Feb 2015
  • Why Do Serbia and Albania Hate Each Other?

    Earlier this month, a mass fight broke out during a football match between Serbia and Albania after a drone carrying Albania's flag flew onto the field. The violence amongst players and fans captured the deep animosity between the two countries. So why are the two nations so mad at each other? TestTube Daily takes a look. To learn more, check out this timeline of Sebia-Albania history: http://testu.be/ZP3N7m Learn More: KQED Frontline: Kosovo http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/kosovo/etc/cron.html "The following chronology traces the roots of the war in Kosovo from Slobodan Milosevic's rise to power in the late 1980s and through the diplomatic gambles and military threats that failed to head off the conflict. It charts the escalation of the air war with Serbia and the steps th...

    published: 23 Oct 2014
  • Flight Report | Montenegro Airlines Embraer 190 Economy Class Belgrade to Podgorica

    Full flight experience on board Montenegro Airlines Embraer 190 from Belgrade to Podgorica in economy class. Flight number: YM 101 Seat number: 9A !! Best viewed in Full HD or 1080 HD !! Be free to rate, like, comment, share! For more videos every week please !!SUBSCRIBE!! Like my Facebook page: www.facebook.com/Alfa.six6 Google+ : https://plus.google.com/+AlphaSiX_6/about

    published: 03 Aug 2015
  • Russian and Serbian Military JOIN FORCES in military exercise

    Russian armed forces recently conducted a military exercise with Serbian military. SREM-2014 anti-terrorist exercises in Serbia were marked by Russian troops dropping two infantry fighting vehicles from the air – one of them was even carrying a camera that captured its magnificent landing. Two BMD-2 machines were taken to the venue onboard an Ilyushin Il-76 multi-purpose airlifter on Sunday. The vehicles successfully landed on to the Nikinci training area in Serbia. The BMD-2 is a Russian airborne infantry fighting vehicle used for combat tracking, which NATO has given the designation BMD M1981/1. It is fitted with a turret, anti-tank guided missile launcher and two machine guns. The vehicle is also fully amphibious and was designed especially for airdrops. From a distance, a BMD-2 drop...

    published: 16 Nov 2014
  • Serbia and Montenegro Military Forces

    The Serbia and Montenegro Forces / Vojska Srbije i Crne Gore ) were the armed forces of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.The military included ground forces with internal and border troops, naval forces, air and air defense forces, and civil defense.Preceding the VSCG was the Yugoslav Forces / Vojska Jugoslavije ) from the remnants of the Yugoslav People's Army , the military of SFR Yugoslavia.The state, then named Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, participated in the Yugoslav Wars with limited direct intervention of its own armed forces. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Lord Eru. Original uploader was Lord Eru at en.wikipedia License: Public domain Author(s): Lord Eru ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of ...

    published: 19 Aug 2016
Montenegro Fokker F100 Podgorica-Frankfurt on a beautiful CAVOK day! [AirClips full flight series]

Montenegro Fokker F100 Podgorica-Frankfurt on a beautiful CAVOK day! [AirClips full flight series]

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Thanks a lot to Aplha Six for supporting us with footage for this clip: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNuqVR0bL1iVfG9cLiOgM4Q Montenegro Airlines a.d. is the flag carrier of Montenegro, headquartered in Podgorica. It operates scheduled and charter services throughout Europe from its hub at Podgorica Airport with a second base maintained at Tivat Airport. The airline was founded on October 24, 1994, by the government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The first aircraft, a Fokker 28 Mk4000 (nicknamed "Lovćen"), was purchased almost two years later in 1996. The first commercial flight took place on May 7, 1997, at exactly 10:30 between Podgorica and Bari, Italy. In April 2000, Montenegro Airlines became a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). In June 2000, the first of five Fokker F100 aircraft was delivered to Podgorica Airport. The airline joined Amadeus CRS on March 5, 2003. In 2004, Montenegro Airlines' pilots were the first in the region to be granted the IIIA certificate. On July 2 of the same year the airline carried its millionth passenger. After the Montenegrin independence referendum, Serbia became an international market for Montenegrin companies. Montenegro Airlines had to cease international flights from Serbia to countries other than Montenegro, thus losing the profitable Niš - Zurich line, due to lack of Seventh Freedom policy. In an effort to circumvent this, Montenegro Airlines registered a separate airline in Serbia called Master Airways, but it was denied an operating license allegedly due to Serbian Government protectionist policies. On July 23, 2007, Montenegro Airlines ordered 2 Embraer 195 in order to grow its fleet and destination network. The aircraft being leased from GECAS for a period of 8 years. The first of the two Embraer E-195s arrived at Podgorica Airport on 5 June 2008. The delivery of the first Embraer was followed by introduction of regular flights to London-Gatwick and Milan-Malpensa International Airport. On April 17, 2009, El Al and Montenegro Airlines issued a joint statement reiterating El Al's keen interest in buying 30% of the stock, but the plan failed. The airline remains a government-owned company and enjoys financial and protectionist support from the government. After the arrival of the airline's first pair of Embraer E-195s, Montenegro Airlines requested Embraer to change the remaining backlog order to the E-175. However, the third E-195 was delivered anyway, and thus the fourth remaining order was to be an E-175. On July 6, 2012, local media cited that Montenegro Airlines has yet again changed the fourth order, this time requesting an E-190LR model. The aircraft was delivered in May 2014. In November 2014, Montenegro Airlines put both its Fokker 100s up for sale. However, by June 2015 no buyer has been found and the aircraft are likely to be scrapped. The Fokker 100 is a medium-sized, twin-turbofan airliner from Fokker. Low operational costs and scant competition in the 100-seat, short-range class led to strong sales when it was introduced in the late 1980s, but sales fell as competition increased. Production ended in 1997 with 283 airframes delivered. In July 2012, 156 Fokker 100 aircraft remained in airline service with 30 airlines around the world. It was the largest jet airliner built by Fokker before its bankruptcy in 1996. Two F28 prototypes were built - the first, PH-MKH, flew for the first time on 30 November 1986, and the second, PH-MKC, followed on 25 February 1987. The type certificate was awarded in November 1987. The first deliveries of the Tay 620-15 powered versions started to Swissair in February 1988. American Airlines (75 aircraft ordered), TAM Transportes Aéreos Regionais (now TAM Airlines) (50 aircraft) and USAir (40 aircraft) were major customers of the Fokker 100 and their aircraft were powered by the more powerful Tay 650-15. Although the design was a success in the marketplace, Fokker continued to lose money due to mismanagement. Eventually, their parent company, Daimler Benz Aerospace, shut them down. Fokker collapsed in 1996 and wound up production in early 1997. Some discussion had occurred about the company being purchased by Bombardier, but the plans fell through. Like any number of designs, the 70/100 was being increasingly squeezed from below by stretched versions of the Bombardier and Embraer regional jets, which also killed off plans for the Fairchild Dornier 528JET/728JET/928JET and an unnamed design from ATR. A proposed stretch version called the Fokker 130 was never built.
https://wn.com/Montenegro_Fokker_F100_Podgorica_Frankfurt_On_A_Beautiful_Cavok_Day_Airclips_Full_Flight_Series
FANTASTIC Fokker 100 "siholuette landing" in Frankfurt: Montenegro Airlines [AirClips]

FANTASTIC Fokker 100 "siholuette landing" in Frankfurt: Montenegro Airlines [AirClips]

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  • Updated: 11 Mar 2017
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Montenegro Airlines a.d. is the flag carrier of Montenegro, headquartered in Podgorica. It operates scheduled and charter services throughout Europe from its hub at Podgorica Airport with a second base maintained at Tivat Airport. The airline was founded on October 24, 1994, by the government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The first aircraft, a Fokker 28 Mk4000 (nicknamed "Lovćen"), was purchased almost two years later in 1996. The first commercial flight took place on May 7, 1997, at exactly 10:30 between Podgorica and Bari, Italy. In April 2000, Montenegro Airlines became a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). In June 2000, the first of five Fokker F100 aircraft was delivered to Podgorica Airport. The airline joined Amadeus CRS on March 5, 2003. In 2004, Montenegro Airlines' pilots were the first in the region to be granted the IIIA certificate. On July 2 of the same year the airline carried its millionth passenger. After the Montenegrin independence referendum, Serbia became an international market for Montenegrin companies. Montenegro Airlines had to cease international flights from Serbia to countries other than Montenegro, thus losing the profitable Niš - Zurich line, due to lack of Seventh Freedom policy. In an effort to circumvent this, Montenegro Airlines registered a separate airline in Serbia called Master Airways, but it was denied an operating license allegedly due to Serbian Government protectionist policies. On July 23, 2007, Montenegro Airlines ordered 2 Embraer 195 in order to grow its fleet and destination network. The aircraft being leased from GECAS for a period of 8 years. The first of the two Embraer E-195s arrived at Podgorica Airport on 5 June 2008. The delivery of the first Embraer was followed by introduction of regular flights to London-Gatwick and Milan-Malpensa International Airport. On April 17, 2009, El Al and Montenegro Airlines issued a joint statement reiterating El Al's keen interest in buying 30% of the stock, but the plan failed. The airline remains a government-owned company and enjoys financial and protectionist support from the government. After the arrival of the airline's first pair of Embraer E-195s, Montenegro Airlines requested Embraer to change the remaining backlog order to the E-175. However, the third E-195 was delivered anyway, and thus the fourth remaining order was to be an E-175. On July 6, 2012, local media cited that Montenegro Airlines has yet again changed the fourth order, this time requesting an E-190LR model. The aircraft was delivered in May 2014. In November 2014, Montenegro Airlines put both its Fokker 100s up for sale. However, by June 2015 no buyer has been found and the aircraft are likely to be scrapped. The Fokker 100 is a medium-sized, twin-turbofan airliner from Fokker. Low operational costs and scant competition in the 100-seat, short-range class led to strong sales when it was introduced in the late 1980s, but sales fell as competition increased. Production ended in 1997 with 283 airframes delivered. In July 2012, 156 Fokker 100 aircraft remained in airline service with 30 airlines around the world. It was the largest jet airliner built by Fokker before its bankruptcy in 1996. Two F28 prototypes were built - the first, PH-MKH, flew for the first time on 30 November 1986, and the second, PH-MKC, followed on 25 February 1987. The type certificate was awarded in November 1987. The first deliveries of the Tay 620-15 powered versions started to Swissair in February 1988. American Airlines (75 aircraft ordered), TAM Transportes Aéreos Regionais (now TAM Airlines) (50 aircraft) and USAir (40 aircraft) were major customers of the Fokker 100 and their aircraft were powered by the more powerful Tay 650-15. Although the design was a success in the marketplace, Fokker continued to lose money due to mismanagement. Eventually, their parent company, Daimler Benz Aerospace, shut them down. Fokker collapsed in 1996 and wound up production in early 1997. Some discussion had occurred about the company being purchased by Bombardier, but the plans fell through. Like any number of designs, the 70/100 was being increasingly squeezed from below by stretched versions of the Bombardier and Embraer regional jets, which also killed off plans for the Fairchild Dornier 528JET/728JET/928JET and an unnamed design from ATR. A proposed stretch version called the Fokker 130 was never built.
https://wn.com/Fantastic_Fokker_100_Siholuette_Landing_In_Frankfurt_Montenegro_Airlines_Airclips
Landing Belgrade-Nikola Tesla, Serbia BEG from Tivat (4k) Montenegro Airlines 200 - E-195LR

Landing Belgrade-Nikola Tesla, Serbia BEG from Tivat (4k) Montenegro Airlines 200 - E-195LR

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Montenegro Airlines YM200 Tivat-Belgrade Flight time: 29 mins Landing: 09:16 local Embraer 195LR
https://wn.com/Landing_Belgrade_Nikola_Tesla,_Serbia_Beg_From_Tivat_(4K)_Montenegro_Airlines_200_E_195Lr
Montenegro Budva and Sveti Nikola Air video from a Drone FPV

Montenegro Budva and Sveti Nikola Air video from a Drone FPV

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  • Updated: 23 Jul 2014
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Hello This is third of a series of the videos from Montenegro Budva - a (Serbian: Будва, Budva, pronounced [bûːdv̞a] or [bûdv̞a], Italian: Budua) is a coastal town in Montenegro. It has around 18,000 (2011) inhabitants, and it is the centre of Budva Municipality. The coastal area around Budva, called the Budvanska rivijera, is the centre of Montenegro's tourism, and is well known for its sandy beaches, diverse nightlife, and examples of Mediterranean architecture. Budva is 3,500 years old, which makes it one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic Sea coast. This video has been recorded using f450 drone with DJI naza V2 Camera Go pro 3 Black edition and Zenmuse gimbal to stabilize the camera motion
https://wn.com/Montenegro_Budva_And_Sveti_Nikola_Air_Video_From_A_Drone_Fpv
Montenegro Airlines Fokker 100 2016. & 2008. Takeoff sound - RR Tay 650-15  engines

Montenegro Airlines Fokker 100 2016. & 2008. Takeoff sound - RR Tay 650-15 engines

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  • Updated: 24 Jan 2016
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Enjoy the best sound - Fokker 100 engines Rolls Royce Tay 650-15. Camera: NIKON Coolpix P900 Company: Montenegro Airlines Aircraft: Fokker 100 (4O-AOM) Airport: Belgrade, Serbia (BEG) 2016. Destination: Belgrade - Podgorica, (BEG-TGD) 2008. Destination: Tivat - Belgrade (TIV-BEG) COPYRIGHT:AirlinersHD If you like this channel please like and subscribe.
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Motorcycle Riding in Serbia and Snowy Montenegro

Motorcycle Riding in Serbia and Snowy Montenegro

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  • Updated: 02 Jun 2016
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Episode 015 Pedro Mota World Ride - Subscribe if you enjoy the ride - Music by Hanvai [ https://soundcloud.com/hanvai/overthink ] - http://facebook.com/motaeastbound http://instagram.com/mr.motaeb http://motaeastbound.com The motorcycle ride continues in Belgrade, de capital of Serbia. Missed out on the country the last time I was in the region so I was very keen to visit. Met up with a hospitable guy through Couchsurfing and stayed a handful of days. The motorbike at rest for those few days and so there was plenty of time to have a look around Belgrade and experience it with locals. I like the city, it occasionally having that old and dirty capital look and feel but with plenty of nice parts. Soon enough it was time to get back onto the motorcycle and travel on south through the Serbian countryside and mountains. A great day of riding followed and would have stayed longer if I had not been on a mission. In the mountains of Montenegro I was pleasantly surprised by the snow. Unfortunately I had to turn around with the motorcycle at the border with Kosovo since I had no cash on me to pay for motorcycle vehicle insurance. No worries, got to ride an awesome section of road through the mountains for the second time.
https://wn.com/Motorcycle_Riding_In_Serbia_And_Snowy_Montenegro
Tibetan Nomads Travel from Bar Montenegro to Belgrade Serbia by train

Tibetan Nomads Travel from Bar Montenegro to Belgrade Serbia by train

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  • Updated: 27 Aug 2016
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The Tibetan Nomads traveled from Bar in Montenegro to Podgorica and to Belgrade over the celebrated Bar to Belgrade railway which is one of Europe's most spectacular train rides. It's a marvel of engineering, with 254 tunnels and 435 bridges on the 296-mile journey from the Serbian capital to the Adriatic. Construction of the line started in the 1950s but only completed in 1976, opened by President Tito himself.
https://wn.com/Tibetan_Nomads_Travel_From_Bar_Montenegro_To_Belgrade_Serbia_By_Train
SMATSA Aviation Academy Alsim FNPT guided tour

SMATSA Aviation Academy Alsim FNPT guided tour

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  • Updated: 31 Jul 2013
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Reactions to Montenegro independence referendum

Reactions to Montenegro independence referendum

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  • Updated: 28 Jul 2015
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1. Wide-shot of the main Republic Square in Belgrade 2. Close-up of monument in square 3. People waiting at a bus stop, reading papers 4. Newspaper seller peddling dailies 5. Various of newspaper headlines on Montenegro vote 6. Headline reading: "Independent" 7. Headline reading: "Separation" 8. Headline saying: "It's Over?" 9. Newspaper seller, people crossing street 10. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vox pop: "If this is correct and regular, there should be no problems, let them go (Montenegrins). Serbia should not bear any guilt in this, as we were for what happened in Bosnia, Croatia. Good luck to the Montenegrins." 11. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vox pop "It's high time to go our separate ways." 12. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vox pop: "I think this shows what our state is like since Montenegrins decided they want to leave us. May they go their own way." 13. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vox pop: "They were already a state separate and unto themselves. They had the euro as currency. If they want they should go. It's better to separate peacefully without troubles, victims or hangings. This is what they wanted. I support compromise." 14. People walking 15. Wide of National Theatre STORYLINE Serbians were mostly subdued in their reactions to unofficial voting results from Montenegro on Monday indicating the smaller republic had quit the union with the bigger Serbia. On Sunday, Montenegrins who turned up overwhelmingly at the polls, appeared to have voted with 55.4 percent in support for the restoration of a statehood they lost to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia over 80 years ago. The European Union has said a minimum 55 percent threshold of "Yes" votes was needed for Montenegro to secede. The result confirms the split of the Serbia-Montenegro union, and writes the final chapter in the break up of the former Yugoslavia. Even before the official results were announced, independence backers declared victory on Sunday, although the unionists refused to concede defeat and the state electoral commission said official results will not be published before Monday. Thousands of independence supporters flooded the streets of the capital Podgorica and other towns to celebrate the restoring their statehood after 88 years of being in the Balkan union. But while Montenegrins celebrated with fireworks and firing weapons into the air, no celebrations took place in Serbia which had by default become independent as well. "They were already a state separate and unto themselves. They had the euro as currency. If they want they should go. It's better to separate peacefully without troubles, victims or hangings. This is what they wanted. I support compromise," said one local in Belgrade. Serbian government officials said they would wait for confirmation of final Montenegro independence referendum results from an European Union envoy before offering any comment. Testifying of the importance of the referendum for Montenegro, the turnout on Sunday was about 87 percent - the highest than at any election ever in the Balkan republic. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b3b786a419224a9f79213648c7697baa Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Miss Universe 2016 - Contestants (Serbia and Montenegro - Bojana Bojanić and Katarina Keković)

Miss Universe 2016 - Contestants (Serbia and Montenegro - Bojana Bojanić and Katarina Keković)

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  • Updated: 11 May 2016
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Miss Universe is an annual international beauty pageant that is run by the Miss Universe Organization. Along with its rival contests, Miss World and Miss Earth, this pageant is one of the most important and publicized beauty pageants in the world. It is held in more than 190 countries worldwide and seen by more than half a billion people annually. The pageant was founded in 1952 by the California-based clothing company Pacific Knitting Mills, and the Miss Universe Organization and the brand is currently owned, along with Miss USA and Miss Teen USA, by WME/IMG. Miss Universe Organization licenses local organizations that wish to select the Miss Universe contestant for their country, and approves the selection method for national delegates. The current Miss Universe logo – "the woman with stars" – was created in 1998. In 2015, after Donald Trump made statements about illegal immigrants from Mexico in his presidential campaign kickoff speech, NBC decided to end their business relationship and stated that they will no longer air the pageant, or the Miss USA pageant, on their networks. In September 2015, Trump bought the entire stock of the Miss Universe Organization from NBC, becoming its sole owner for three days until selling the entire stock to WME/IMG. The current Miss Universe is Pia Wurtzbach of the Philippines who was crowned on 20 December 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
https://wn.com/Miss_Universe_2016_Contestants_(Serbia_And_Montenegro_Bojana_Bojanić_And_Katarina_Keković)
Serbian TV shows NATO losses, 1999.

Serbian TV shows NATO losses, 1999.

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  • Updated: 29 Jan 2014
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Serbian TV shows NATO losses, 1999. Serbian State Radio Television Station (RTS) shows great NATO losses created by Yugoslav (Serbian) anti-air defense. Video from 29th march, 1999, during US/NATO imperialist aggression against Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro). http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe6GAxDBn6jB1U1pMGqH4dw Video from channel user ArhVid.
https://wn.com/Serbian_Tv_Shows_Nato_Losses,_1999.
Unsafe Ukraine Airspace Losses: Flights re-routed to Balkans boosting Serbian revenues

Unsafe Ukraine Airspace Losses: Flights re-routed to Balkans boosting Serbian revenues

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  • Updated: 09 Feb 2015
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Serbia and Montenegro have seen a sharp rise in revenues from airlines, due to numerous flights being re-routed over the Balkans due to the war in east Ukraine. Their combined air traffic control agency estimates an 8 per cent rise in profits this year, worth millions of euros, which would have been due to Ukraine. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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Why Do Serbia and Albania Hate Each Other?

Why Do Serbia and Albania Hate Each Other?

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Earlier this month, a mass fight broke out during a football match between Serbia and Albania after a drone carrying Albania's flag flew onto the field. The violence amongst players and fans captured the deep animosity between the two countries. So why are the two nations so mad at each other? TestTube Daily takes a look. To learn more, check out this timeline of Sebia-Albania history: http://testu.be/ZP3N7m Learn More: KQED Frontline: Kosovo http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/kosovo/etc/cron.html "The following chronology traces the roots of the war in Kosovo from Slobodan Milosevic's rise to power in the late 1980s and through the diplomatic gambles and military threats that failed to head off the conflict. It charts the escalation of the air war with Serbia and the steps that finally led to NATO's victory in early June 1999." The Kosovo Memory Book: 1998-2002 http://www.kosovomemorybook.org/?page_id=2884&lang=de "Approximately 100 victims' family members attended a presentation held in the Belgrade City Hall on October 6th 2009 where the Humanitarian Law Center (HLC) presented the results of the list of the killed, dead, and missing Serbs, Roma, Bosniaks, and other non-Albanians in Kosovo in the period from 1998 until 2000." Council of Foregin Affairs: Kosovo and Serbia Make a Deal http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/139346/nikolas-k-gvosdev/kosovo-and-serbia-make-a-deal NATO's Role in Kosovo http://www.nato.int/kosovo/history.htm NATO's objectives, background on the conflict, facts, and figures Watch: Drone Disrupts Serbia-Albania Soccer Match http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2014/10/15/watch-drone-disrupts-serbia-albania-soccer-match-sparks-diplomatic-incident/ Watch More: A World At War: Countries in Conflict https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS0CO0PT_kEJG4pctY40x56mlUrx3KPLX Subscribe! _________________________ TestTube's new daily show is committed to answering the smart, inquisitive questions we have about life, society, politics and anything else happening in the news. It's a place where curiosity rules and together we'll get a clearer understanding of this crazy world we live in. Watch more TestTube: http://testtube.com/testtubedailyshow/ Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=testtubenetwork TestTube on Twitter https://twitter.com/TestTube Tara Long on Twitter https://twitter.com/TaraLongest Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/TraceDominguez TestTube on Facebook https://facebook.com/testtubenetwork TestTube on Google+ http://gplus.to/TestTube Download the New TestTube iOS app! http://testu.be/1ndmmMq
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Flight Report | Montenegro Airlines Embraer 190 Economy Class Belgrade to Podgorica

Flight Report | Montenegro Airlines Embraer 190 Economy Class Belgrade to Podgorica

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Full flight experience on board Montenegro Airlines Embraer 190 from Belgrade to Podgorica in economy class. Flight number: YM 101 Seat number: 9A !! Best viewed in Full HD or 1080 HD !! Be free to rate, like, comment, share! For more videos every week please !!SUBSCRIBE!! Like my Facebook page: www.facebook.com/Alfa.six6 Google+ : https://plus.google.com/+AlphaSiX_6/about
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Russian and Serbian Military JOIN FORCES in military exercise

Russian and Serbian Military JOIN FORCES in military exercise

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Russian armed forces recently conducted a military exercise with Serbian military. SREM-2014 anti-terrorist exercises in Serbia were marked by Russian troops dropping two infantry fighting vehicles from the air – one of them was even carrying a camera that captured its magnificent landing. Two BMD-2 machines were taken to the venue onboard an Ilyushin Il-76 multi-purpose airlifter on Sunday. The vehicles successfully landed on to the Nikinci training area in Serbia. The BMD-2 is a Russian airborne infantry fighting vehicle used for combat tracking, which NATO has given the designation BMD M1981/1. It is fitted with a turret, anti-tank guided missile launcher and two machine guns. The vehicle is also fully amphibious and was designed especially for airdrops. From a distance, a BMD-2 dropping may well look like a small tank landing with a parachute. Russia's airborne paratrooper units arrived in Belgrade on Thursday to take part in the first-ever joint tactical anti-terror drills with the Serbian army, titled 'SREM-2014'. Six IL-76 military transport aircraft from Russia landed at Batajnica's military airport with airborne paratroopers and hardware onboard. The SREM-2014 maneuvers involve live-firing exercises and the airdrop of both troops and combat vehicles. The exercises were first planned in November 2013, when Serbia and Russia signed a military and technical cooperation agreement. The Serbian Armed Forces (Serbian: Војска Србије / Vojska Srbije) are the armed forces of Serbia. The armed forces consist of the Serbian Army and the Serbian Air Force and Air Defence. The Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces is the President of the Republic. The Serbian Armed Forces are a professional and volunteer based military. Serbia exercises civilian control of the military through the Ministry of Defence. Organisation The Serbian Armed Forces are commanded by the General Staff corp of senior officers. The general staff is led by the Chief of the General Staff. The chief of the general staff is appointed by the President who is the Commander-in-Chief. The current Chief of the General Staff is General Ljubiša Diković. The armed forces are formally a part of the Ministry of Defence. The current Minister of Defence is Bratislav Gašić. History The 1804 Serbian Revolution, started with a Serbian rebellion against the Ottoman occupation of Serbia. The victories in the battles of Ivankovac, Mišar, Deligrad and Belgrade, led to the establishment of the Principality of Serbia in 1817. The subsequent Second Serbian Uprising led to full independence and recognition of the Kingdom of Serbia and weakened the Ottoman dominance in the Balkans. In 1885 Serbia had a war against Bulgaria. In 1912, the First Balkan War erupted between the Ottoman Empire and the Balkan League (Serbia, Greece, Montenegro and Bulgaria). The victories in the Battle of Kumanovo, Battle of Prilep, Battle of Monastir, Battle of Adrianople, Siege of Scutari resulted in the defeat of the Ottoman Empire and its expulsion from the Balkans. Shortly after, the Second Balkan War broke out when Bulgaria, dissatisfied with the division of territory, declared war against its former allies, Serbia and Greece. Following a string of defeats, Bulgaria requested an armistice and signed the Treaty of Bucharest, formally ending the war. Serbia's independence and growing influence threatened neighboring Austria-Hungary which lead to the Bosnian crisis of 1908-1909. Consequently, since 1901, all Serbian males between the ages of 21 to 46 were liable for general mobilization.[6] Following the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria in 1914, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia under the pretense that Serbia was responsible for the assassination, marking the beginning of the First World War. Serbia repelled three consecutive invasions by Austria, securing the first major victories of the war for the Allies, but was eventually overwhelmed by the combined forces of the Central Powers and forced to retreat through Albania to the Greek island of Corfu. ervice branches[edit] Following the 2006 reorganization, the armed forces consist of the following service branches: Serbian Army[edit] The Serbian Army (including a River Flotilla on the Danube) is the land-based component of the armed forces consisting of: infantry, armoured, artillery, engineering, and special forces units. Serbian Air Force and Air Defense[edit] The Serbian Air Force and Air Defense is the aviation and anti-aircraft defence based component of the armed forces consisting of: aviation, anti-aircraft, surveillance and reconnaissance units. Reserve[edit] The reserve force is composed of an active reserve and passive reserve. The active reserve force numbers 2,000 members,[7] while the passive reserve totals about 1.7 million citizens with past military training or experience.[7] Peacekeeping[edit] The Serbian Armed Forces actively take part in several multinational
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Serbia and Montenegro Military Forces

Serbia and Montenegro Military Forces

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The Serbia and Montenegro Forces / Vojska Srbije i Crne Gore ) were the armed forces of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.The military included ground forces with internal and border troops, naval forces, air and air defense forces, and civil defense.Preceding the VSCG was the Yugoslav Forces / Vojska Jugoslavije ) from the remnants of the Yugoslav People's Army , the military of SFR Yugoslavia.The state, then named Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, participated in the Yugoslav Wars with limited direct intervention of its own armed forces. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Lord Eru. Original uploader was Lord Eru at en.wikipedia License: Public domain Author(s): Lord Eru ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article available under a Creative Commons license Image source in video
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