NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg speaks during a joint press conference with Montenegro's Prime Minister on Oct. 15, 2015 in Podgorica. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC
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Montenegro will have to close its borders to refugees and migrants to avoid being overwhelmed if other nearby countries do so, the country's prime minister told Reuters Monday.Montenegro, a tiny ex-Yugoslav republic sandwiched between Serbia, Albania and the Adriatic Sea, is not on the main Balkan route, but fears that Macedonia may shut its border with Greece, possibly diverting many migrants into Albania and Montenegro.On Monday thousands of migrants were stranded in northern Greece after Macedonia demanded additional identification from people seeking to cross the border and head to western Europe, witnesses said.
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