"My little cat ... I'm going crazy without you .... You have repeatedly betrayed me, I think .... Little cat, when are you coming? ... I love you, little cat." On Jan. 4, 2001, Dusanka Pesic Jeknic, representative of the Montenegrin trade mission in Milan, Italy, was speaking on the phone at her home in the southwest of the city. Milo Djukanovic, at that time president of Montenegro, was calling from the capital Podgorica.
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