Friday, April 23, 1999 Published at 00:20 GMT 01:20 UK
Montenegrins rally against Nato
Thousands turned out in support of the federal government
Several thousand Montenegrins took to the streets on Thursday evening to protest against Nato's air attacks on Yugoslavia.
Montenegro is the junior partner alongside Serbia in the Yugoslav federation.
Montenegro's pro-Western President, Milo Djukanovic, has distanced himself from ethnic cleansing in Kosovo, and has tried to preserve Montenegro's neutrality in the conflict with Nato.
They chanted "We won't give up Kosovo" and other anti-Nato slogans.
BBC Correspondent Michael Voss says the turnout was not as large as the organisers had hoped for.
'Greetings from Milosevic'
"I am here to greet you on behalf of Slobodan Milosevic and Serbia," Mr Bulatovic said.
He derided Mr Djukanovic as a "pawn" of the West.
The gathering took place watched by armed police loyal to the Montenegrin government, as well as Yugoslav soldiers controlled by the federal government in Belgrade.
The Montenegrin government had given permission for the rally to go ahead, but had warned that it would not tolerate any violence.
The gathering ended after about an hour, with no violent incidents reported.