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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Montenegro has demanded from Russia not to interfere in its internal Affairs

As reported by RTCG, the Minister of foreign Affairs of Montenegro, Serjan Darmanovic commented on the negative reaction of the Kremlin on the country’s accession to NATO.

“Montenegro’s membership in NATO is not directed against any particular state, including against Russia… But of course we can’t accept that somebody else decides for us where we should be… Russia openly interfered in our internal political issues, we were not pleased. The Kremlin in the last two or three years… opposed the expansion of NATO. But we decided your goals to define themselves,” he said.


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