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Prime minister and speaker of Montenegro banned from entry to Russia
14:42, 31 May 2017
Prime minister and speaker of Montenegro banned from entry to Russia

46 MPs of Montenegro Parliament are on the Russian blacklist

14:42, 31 May 2017

RFE/RL

Dusko Markovic, the Prime Minister of Montenegro, Ivan Brajovic, the Speaker of the Parliament of Montenegro and range of Montenegrin politicians are banned from entry to Russia. It is reported in the Montenegrin mass media.

Source of the issue Pobjeda that is close to Russian diplomats reported that the blacklist consists of 70 names. Particularly, there are Dusko Markovic, the Prime Minister of Montenegro, Milo Dukanovic, the former Prime Minister of Montenegro and the leader of the Democratic Party of Socialists, Ivan Brajovic, the Speaker of the Montenegrin Parliament and 46 MPs who voted for joining NATO.

Moreover, the directors of the big companies of Montenegro, who pretend to be close to the Montenegrin Government are also included in the list.

Moreover, the directors of the big companies of Montenegro, who are supposedly close to the Montenegrin Government, are also included in the list.

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