The conflict between Russia and Montenegro: in the Kremlin commented on the events

The Kremlin said they did not have information about the ban on entry to Russia of the Prime Minister and ex-Prime Minister of Montenegro and the speaker of the Parliament of this country.

Answering the journalists ‘ question whether the Kremlin anything about the alleged ban on entry to Russia Prime Minister and former Prime Minister of Montenegro and the speaker of the Parliament of this country, the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said: “No, nothing is known.”

Earlier, the Montenegrin media reported that the Prime Minister of Montenegro, Dusko Markovic, the former Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic and speaker of Parliament Ivan Brayovich, as well as several other Montenegrin politicians are banned entry to Russia in connection with a hit in the sanctions list of the Russian Federation. It is reported that in the “black list” were all members of the government and 46 deputies of the Parliament of Montenegro, which voted for the Protocol on accession to NATO, and heads of major state companies.
Just a list of no less than 70 names.

We will remind, head the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Montenegro Srdjan Darmanovic said that Russia is seriously interfered in the internal Affairs of Montenegro, trying to prevent the intention of the authorities of the country to join NATO.

In response Russia said that the Montenegrin authorities such accusations trying to justify to its own population the NATO membership.