The diplomatic incident between Montenegro and Serbia adds to already tense relations between the Balkan states that were part of the same country until an independence referendum in 2006.
Montenegro's opposition is on the cusp on forging a historic coalition, ending nearly 30 years of rule by the country's Democratic Socialists. There is a lot on the agenda to turn the country around.
Rising 170m above the deepest canyon in Europe, the Đurđevića Tara is the tallest bridge in northern Montenegro and one of the largest in the Balkans.
A dispute over church property is exposing deep divisions in the small Western Balkans country of Montenegro. While the conflict is rooted in history, it is also about Serbian identity.
Opponents of a new law that makes it obligatory to register church properties fear that the State could confiscate Serbian Orthodox churches or cemeteries.
The Serbian Orthodox Church opposes the law which it argues is a mean for the government to strip it of its property.
The leaders of Albania, North Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro met on Saturday to discuss how to deepen regional cooperation in the Western Balkans, including in their quest to join the European Union.
Thousands of people rallied in Belgrade on Saturday, as demonstrations against Serbian President Aleksandar Vuci and his government entered a third month.