Montenegro stated Russia’s protest over the expulsion of his Deputy

Foreign Minister of Montenegro on Monday, may 29, handed a note of protest to the Russian Ambassador in this country Sergei Gritsay. The reason for this was the deportation from Moscow of a member of the ruling Democratic party of socialists (DPS) MP Miodrag vuković. About it reports RTCG.

According to the policy bound transit from Moscow to Minsk to the parliamentary Assembly of the Central European initiative, the evening of 28 may at Domodedovo airport, he was detained by the police. The guards told Vukovich that in Russia it is included in the list of persona non grata and should be deported.

The next flight to Tivat was only Monday morning, so told the Deputy, he was forced to spend the waiting time “in inhumane conditions”. Vukovic added that he had aggravated a chronic disease.

Currently, the MP is in Montenegro. He called the decision of the Russian authorities about his deportation political.

May 28 Minister of foreign Affairs of Montenegro, Serjan Germanovich said that Russia “actively interfered in the internal Affairs” of the country, trying to prevent Podgorica to join NATO. In Moscow called the accusations an attempt to justify the membership in the Alliance.

Montenegro officially joined NATO on 5 June. The country will become the 29th member of the organization. In Moscow said it reserves the right to make decisions for the protection of national security in connection with the decision of the Podgorica to join the bloc.