Wednesday, April 7, 1999 Published at 10:49 GMT 11:49 UK
Fears for neutral Montenegro
One of many pro-Serbia rallies across Montenegro
Montenegro, part of the Yugoslav Federation, is trying to stay neutral in the Kosovo conflict, but is coming under severe pressure to join Serbia. The BBC's Jeremy Bowen felt the tension in capital Podgorica.
People like those pictured above consider themselves loyal Serbs. They are disgusted that the Montenegrin government is staying neutral in Serbia's fight.
"We fight for our people, our country," he said.
Troops at TV station
Mr Blair said that because Montenegro must stay neutral, Britain and the West would protect it.
The TV station has been fortified by special police units of the Montenegrin Government - who do not like being filmed.
Montenegrin paramilitary police are also deployed around Podgorica in case the forces Milosevic has based there try to seize the city, to bring Montenegro into the war.
Rallies every night
Dragon Soc, Montenegro's justice minister, has been threatened by Yugoslav troops for refusing to join their army. He says he will only fight for Montenegro.
Big rallies against Nato are being held every night in Podgorica.
Backing Belgrade or staying neutral - either way this small country could be facing disaster.
It feels a bit like Bosnia did before the war started there in 1992.
It is tense, it is divided and there is the smell of violence.