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BELGRADE, March 19. /TASS/. Montenegro’s citizens who participate in combat actions abroad or are involved in sending mercenaries to foreign countries may face up to 10 years in jail, in line with the new amendments to Montenegro’s penal code adopted by the parliament on Wednesday.
Members of any military or armed groups abroad and also those who recruit and train them, finance or contribute to sending mercenaries from Montenegro to battlefields can be sentenced to between two and ten years.
Similar legislation has already been adopted in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia and the self-proclaimed Kosovo Republic.