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MOSCOW, May 16. /TASS/. The detention in Macedonia of Montenegro's citizen, who supported Kosovo-Albanian extremists, demonstrates plans to interfere with situation in that country are launched from outside, Russia's Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.
"The information, the Serbian media published about a citizen of Montenegro, detained in Macedonia, who supported the Kosovo-Albanian extremists, is a clear demonstration of the plans, launched from outside to shatter the political situation in that country, to attempt pushing the country into the abyss of colour revolutions," the Russian Foreign Ministry said.
This incident confirms also that "Western managers of catastrophic scenarios of the kind prefer to implement them by somebody else’s hands, using in Ukraine, and now in Macedonia, people of the countries [like Montenegro], which seduced by NATO."
"More than evident is the threat of provoked chaos in Europe-now in the Balkans; where the region still has not recovered from the bloodshed of the 1990s," the ministry said.