A car carrying two members of the Kavački clan, Nikola Drecun and Igor Mašanović, was targeted by an explosive device in Cetinje, as reported by Kurir. The incident occurred in the Montenegrin capital city, where an armored vehicle was used to transport them safely away from the scene. Unofficial sources claim that they were unharmed in the explosion.

Drecun and Mašanović have been accused of involvement in various criminal activities, including murder and attempted murder. Mašanović is specifically accused of being involved in the murder of Radomir Đuričković in October 2016, along with Mario Milošević and Vukan Vujačić. Drecun has also been linked to a criminal organization that is associated with several criminal activities.

Despite their recent release from pre-trial detention, both men are still facing charges for their alleged involvement in these crimes. The incident highlights the ongoing threat posed by organized crime in Montenegro and the need for continued efforts to combat it.

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