Poll seen as test for former PM Milo Đukanović, who favours European integration over closer ties to Moscow
Voters in Montenegro are casting their ballots in a presidential election that the former prime minister Milo Đukanović is expected to win after his party defied Russia and took the small Balkan country into Nato last year.
The vote is the first since Montenegro joined the western military alliance in December. It is seen as a test for Đukanović, who favours European integration over closer ties to its traditional ally Moscow.
Link : Montenegro votes in first presidential election since joining Nato