149 Russians and Ukrainians banned from entering in Montenegro

 Montenegrin media reported yesterday that Montenegro banned the entry for 149 Russians and Ukrainians in a response to Moscow's current ban on Montenegrin citizens traveling to Russia.

These people, who are placed on the black list of Montenegro, have been selected because of their role in the illegal annexation of Crimea of Ukraine in 2014, in which the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine have been violated, have reported The media in Podgorica, citing government officials.

According to reports, in the list of unwanted persons are included, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, Chief of Intelligence Services, Nikolai Patrushev, President of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, and others.

In 2014, Montenegro joined the European Union sanctions against Russia, imposed because of Moscow's aggression in Ukraine.

This factor was given as an explanation when the authorities of Russia on May 28 did not allow the entry of Montenegrin lawmaker Miodrag Vukovic into Russia.

Following this incident, Montenegrin officials said Russia had a secret list of nearly 50 Montenegrin leaders who were not allowed to enter Russia, including Prime Minister Dusko Markovic, Parliament Speaker Ivan Brajovic, and the leader ff the ruling party in the government, Milo Djukanovic./Oculus News

149 Russians and Ukrainians banned from entering in Montenegro 149 Russians and Ukrainians banned from entering in Montenegro Saturday, June 03, 2017 Rating: 5
Powered by Blogger.