BELGRADE, may 29. /Offset. TASS Pavel Bushuev/. Montenegrin MP Miodrag Vukovic, who was not allowed on the territory of Russia, is in the sanctions list of the Russian Federation, introduced in response to the unilateral accession of Montenegro to the sanctions against Russian individuals and legal entities. this was reported by TASS press Secretary of the Russian Embassy in Montenegro Elizabeth Borisov.
“The Deputy Vukovich did not stop, and was deported because he was in the sanctions list of the Russian Federation, introduced in response to the unilateral accession of Montenegro to the sanctions against Russian individuals and legal entities”, – reported a press-the Secretary.
In may 2014, Montenegro followed by the member countries of the European Union have imposed sanctions against Russia, and then they repeatedly extended.
Earlier the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Montenegro handed a note of protest to the Russian Ambassador in Montenegro Sergey Gritsay. “In connection with the detention of MP Miodrag vuković Ambassador of Russia Sergey Gritsay summoned to the foreign Ministry, where he handed a note of protest”, – emphasized the statement of the representative of the government of the country.
The Chairman of the national Assembly (Parliament) of Montenegro Ivan Brajović has condemned the alleged arrest of MP vuković, calling it a violation of diplomatic rules and human rights. The Assembly of Montenegro, in spite of popular protests, on April 28 voted in favor of joining NATO, the leadership of Montenegro held unpopular decision through the Parliament, rejecting the referendum. Montenegro will officially become a member of the military-political bloc on June 5, when will the transfer of the United States, as the guardian of the North Atlantic Treaty, ratified by all NATO countries of the Protocol of accession of this country.