Montenegro Ministry of foreign Affairs handed a note of protest to the Russian Ambassador Sergey Gritsay. The reason for the discontent Podgorica became a detention and deportation from Moscow of a member of the ruling Democratic party of socialists Miodrag vuković.
photo: Gennady Cherkasov
The Russian Ambassador was summoned to the foreign Ministry of Montenegro, where he was listed in the “unlawful detention” vuković, during which “he was not provided with basic conditions, despite his poor health” TASS quoted the statement of the government of the country. According to Montenegrin authorities, Moscow’s actions “violated the norms of international law and rules of diplomatic communication.”
Vukovich was EN route via Moscow to Minsk to the parliamentary Assembly of the Central European initiative. On Sunday evening he was detained at Domodedovo airport. The MP said that he should be deported, as included in the list of persona non grata in Russia.
The first flight to Tivat flew on Monday, so, as stated by Vukovic, he was forced to spend the waiting time in “inhumane conditions”, which the MP allegedly aggravated a chronic disease, reports RIA Novosti.
Vukovic said that the decision on the deportation of political. The Chairman of the national Assembly (Parliament) of Montenegro Ivan Brajović also condemned the detention of the Deputy, calling it a violation of diplomatic rules and human rights.
Note that the head of the Montenegrin foreign Minister Sergan Darmanovic accused Moscow of interference in the internal Affairs of his country, which is going to join the Alliance. Official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova, described the diplomat as an attempt to justify to their own people, who “lit up” the idea of joining NATO.