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  • Yugoslavia
    Tuesday Sep 12, 1944

    Josip Broz Tito

    the Prime Minister of Yugoslavia, in addition to commander-in-chief of the Yugoslav forces

    Yugoslavia
    Tuesday Sep 12, 1944

    On 12 September 1944, King Peter II called on all Yugoslavs to come together under Tito's leadership and stated that those who did not were "traitors", by which time Tito was recognized by all Allied authorities (including the government-in-exile) as the Prime Minister of Yugoslavia, in addition to commander-in-chief of the Yugoslav forces.




  • Yugoslavia
    Thursday Sep 28, 1944

    Josip Broz Tito

    Tito signed an agreement with the Soviet Union allowing "temporary entry" of Soviet troops into Yugoslav territory

    Yugoslavia
    Thursday Sep 28, 1944

    On 28 September 1944, the Telegraph Agency of the Soviet Union (TASS) reported that Tito signed an agreement with the Soviet Union allowing "temporary entry" of Soviet troops into Yugoslav territory, which allowed the Red Army to assist in operations in the northeastern areas of Yugoslavia.




  • Montenegro
    Tuesday Jan 10, 1989

    Slobodan Milošević

    The Anti-bureaucratic Revolution continued in Montenegro

    Montenegro
    Tuesday Jan 10, 1989

    On 10 January 1989, the anti-bureaucratic revolution continued in Montenegro, which had the lowest average monthly wage in Yugoslavia, an unemployment rate of nearly 25 percent, and where one-fifth of the population lived below the poverty line. 50,000 demonstrators gathered in the Montenegrin capital of Titograd (now Podgorica) to protest the republic's economic situation and to demand the resignation of its leadership.




  • Montenegro
    Wednesday Jan 11, 1989

    Slobodan Milošević

    Montenegro's State Presidency tendered its Collective Resignation

    Montenegro
    Wednesday Jan 11, 1989

    On 11 January 1989, Montenegro's state presidency tendered its collective resignation along with the Montenegrin delegates in the Yugoslav Politburo.




  • Montenegro
    Sunday May 24, 2020

    Covid-19 Pandemic: 2020 Coronavirus outbreak

    First Covid-19 free Country in Europe

    Montenegro
    Sunday May 24, 2020

    As of 24 May, 68 days since its first recorded case, Montenegro became the first COVID-19-free country in Europe.




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