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Kremlin denies conspiring against Montenegro Prime Minister
14:49, 7 November 2016
Kremlin denies conspiring against Montenegro Prime Minister

Russia is not involved in attempted crime and did not receive official request on this matter from Montenegro according to Peskov

14:49, 7 November 2016

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The Kremlin officially denies being involved in conspiring against Montenegro Prime Minister Milo Dukanovic. This was announced today by press secretary of the President of Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov, reports Interfax.

“We strongly deny the possibility of official involvement in any attempts to commit any crimes,” he noted,

Montenegro authorities did not file any official requests on investigation of the probable assassination attempt, Peskov also added.

Earlier it was reported that Ukraine, Montenegro, Albania, Liechtenstein and Norway join EU anti-Russia sanctions. Sanctions against physical and legal entities imposed in September has been extended until March 2017.

Related: Huge Nato land army to meet Russian aggression, - Stoltenberg

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