Russian authorities have closed entry into the country current Prime Minister of Montenegro, Dusko Markovic, the former Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic and speaker of the Parliament of Montenegro Ivan Brayovich. Official confirmation of this information yet.
According to the newspaper Pobjeda, on the sanctions list for Russia has also been found by 46 deputies of the Montenegrin Parliament voted for the country’s accession to NATO.
The newspaper’s sources in the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Montenegro say that the list contains at least 70 names. There are close to the government businessmen and the heads of the major Montenegrin companies, the newspaper said.
Russia unlike the EU and USA does not publish its own “black lists” of foreigners, explaining that the protection of personal data, notes TASS.
On Monday the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Montenegro has handed over a protest note to the Russian Ambassador Sergey Gritsay. The reason for the discontent of Podgorica was the “detention” of the member of the ruling Democratic party of socialists Miodrag vuković in Moscow’s Domodedovo airport.
Montenegrin Deputy was not admitted to the territory of Russia, as included in the list of persona non grata, imposed by Moscow in response to the unilateral accession of Montenegro to the anti-sanctions.
Earlier, foreign Minister of Montenegro, Serjan Darmanovic accused Moscow of meddling in the internal Affairs of his country, which is going to become a NATO member. 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 a military-political bloc.
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