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MOSCOW, April 14. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia is disappointed with the anti-Russian rhetoric of Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic during his visit to the United States and Montenegro’s decision to join the EU anti-Russian sanctions, the Russian Foreign Ministry said.
During his visit to Washington, Djukanovic called for Montenegro’s earliest accession to NATO.
“In his speeches, Djukanovic made unfriendly anti-Russian remarks which, alongside Montenegro’s decision to join EU anti-Russian sanctions, are causing our deep disappointment. Such statements are running counter to deep traditions of friendship and mutual understanding between the peoples of our countries that rest on the 300-year-long experience of Russian-Montenegrin relations,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said.