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BELGRADE, May 29. /TASS/. Montenegrin parliamentarian Miodrag Vukovic, who was banned from entering Russia, is on Russia’s sanctions list imposed after Montenegro unilaterally joined sanctions against Russian individuals and legal entities, a spokesperson for the Russian Embassy to Montenegro told TASS on Monday.
"Deputy Vukovic was not detained, but was deported as being on a sanctions list of the Russian Federation imposed in reaction to Montenegro’s unilaterally joining sanctions against Russian private individuals and legal entities," Yelizaveta Borisova said.