After the war in Kosovo in 99 , thousands of refugees poured in Montenegro , still federated with Serbia , and that's why they still have the status of " Internally Displazed ." On the outskirts of Podgorica was created what is still the largest refugee camp in the Balkans, Camp Konic . In conditions of extreme poverty , absolute lack of hygiene and social unrest , even today, 15 years after the end of the war , in Konic thousands of people live , close to the largest landfill in the country. They are RAE, Roma , Ashkai, Egyptians from Kosovo , who survive mostly by digging into the layers of the nearby garbage dump in search of some object to resell. The refugees camp is divided into two different areas , Konic One and Konic Two , and it represents a microcosm in which they recreated the dynamics that led to the war of 1999. On the one hand the Roma from Kosovo Serbs, on the other hand , the refugees of Albanian language, separated by a kind of desolate no man's land . The tension between the two groups is likely to worsen due to the decision of the Podgorica municipality , which has prompted the evacuation of Konic Two, to make room for the landfill. Within a few months all the inhabitants of the camp will move to Konic One (the work has already started) and all will live in close contact .