The Kremlin's idea of Russian-Serbian solidarity is that Belgrade will not do anything that Moscow does not approve of. Russia is not interested in a definitive solution to the Serbian-Kosovo issue, as it fears that as a result it would lose its position in the Balkans as the dominant force most suited to resolving conflict situations. Hence, Russia is actively trying to impede Serbia’s growing relationship with Western Europe every step of the way. Political developments in former Yugoslavia have gained considerable momentum in 2020, intensifying in recent months, particularly within both a Balkan and European context. Montenegro is currently in the process of forming a new pro-European government after parliamentary elections in August. The new government will be formed by representatives from the opposition parties, bringing an end to incumbent President Milo Djukanovič’s... (Visegrad Insight, November 2020).