Diplomat says US sanctions may destroy prospects for better relations with RussiaRussian Politics & Diplomacy July 26, 10:08
Survey suggests Russians showed little interest in Nemtsov murder caseSociety & Culture July 26, 8:33
Military aviation deployed in Kazakhstan and Russia's Siberia ahead of Soyuz launchScience & Space July 26, 7:21
US denies arms supplies to Ukraine — State Department spokespersonWorld July 26, 7:12
UN Security Council blocks statement condemning attack on Russian embassy in DamascusWorld July 26, 4:27
Russia looks into its citizen’s removal from domestic US flightWorld July 26, 3:43
US House of Representatives passes bill to toughen sanctions on RussiaWorld July 26, 1:09
Diplomat blasts US media reports on Russia's alleged arms supplies to TalibanRussian Politics & Diplomacy July 25, 21:39
Putin, Iraqi vice-president discuss possible supplies of T-90 tanksMilitary & Defense July 25, 21:18
KALININGRAD, June 6. /TASS/. The number of Russians visiting Montenegro has reduced after the country joined NATO, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Tuesday, addressing students at Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University in the Russian city of Kaliningrad.
"We can’t let it (anti-Russian statements made by Montenegro’s authorities) go unnoticed," Lavrov said. "I have heard that the Russian tourist inflow to Montenegro has already decreased by 20%," he added. "We just warn our tourists that hatred against Russia has gone off the charts there. This happened before in many European countries, when our citizens were seized and sent overseas… this is a fact that needs to be taken into consideration," the Russian foreign minister said.
According to him, "in this regard, Montenegro is not a safe place right now."