Danilo Petrović-Njegoš, kyrillisch Данило Петровић Његош (* Mai in Njeguši, Montenegro; † August in Kotor, Kaisertum Österreich) war seit. Danilo Petrovic - alle Infos zum Spieler. D. Petrovic. Profil · Ergebnisse. ••• Mehr. TennisDanilo PetrovicProfil. Danilo Petrovic. in: Serbien. Nationalität. Serbien. Danilo Petrović vorheriges Spiel war gegen Novak D. in Cologne II, Germany, Endstand -. Danilo Petrović Registerkarte zeigt die letzten Tennis.
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At least 14 out of 16 senators were his man. In any case he could overrule the decision of the Senate. In foreign affairs, Danilo fought Turkey striving to enlarge the territory and achieve a recognition of his state.
He was particularly keen to strengthen relationship with people in Herzegovina who he called "same-blood and same-religious brothers". His support to Herzegovina's rebels lead him in direct confrontation with Turkish forces at Grahovo.
After this colossal victory over Turks, Montenegrin quest for formal recognition could no longer be overlooked by major powers. Danilo sought in Russia a military ally while trying not to upset Austria.
His educated and wealthy wife together with Russia' s failure to live up to promise for Montenegro's international recognition of full sovereignty, heavily influenced his Francophile attitude.
Needless to say' this Francophile attitude was detrimental to Danilo's relations with Russia, Austria and Serbia, who saw the good relations between Montenegro and France as a threat to their interests.
At the same time, all major European powers particularly England and Austria worked to undermine Russian influence on Balkan, which was the strongest in Montenegro.
Knowing the mood of his people, Danilo refused to compromise on sovereignty of Montenegro averting to the extent the pressure from Europeans.
At the same time Russia was in no position to help Montenegro after suffering a defeat in the Crimean war In the subsequent Paris congress Russian government representatives did not have enough strength to support Montenegrin demands for the independence and territorial enlargement.
However, the Russian government replied on Danilo's memorandum "that the Russian government has always recognized the Montenegro's independence and will always do so regardless of the position of other great powers".
During the trip to France Danilo received some financial help franks annually from France hoping that France would insure the formal recognition of Montenegro's sovereignty.
This act of Prince Danilo earned him many enemies since it was seen by many influential Montenegrins as a betrayal of Russia. The plans to organize elimination of the Prince were coined by the Montenegrin emigration led by Stevan Perovic Cuca and assisted by foreign powers.
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