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Russian Foreign Ministry: anti-government protests in Montenegro do not threaten stability in the country

The Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement regarding multi-day protests in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro. The department considers these actions to be an internal affair of the republic and “does not see in them a threat to stability,” since they pass “in accordance with democratic standards,” reports REGNUM.

Milo Djukanovic

At the same time, the Russian department points to the fact that not all citizens of Montenegro share the “anti-Russian policy line”, as well as “the desire of the country's leadership to join NATO as soon as possible.”

The Montenegrin media, citing sources, noted that the government of the republic positively assessed the reaction of Moscow to the events in Podgorica. Representatives of the Cabinet acknowledged that “not yet an absolute majority supports the desire of the leadership to join the NATO bloc,” while they categorically rejected accusations of conducting an “anti-Russian policy”.

According to the agency, the protest in the capital of Montenegro began on September 27. Its organizer is the Democratic Front. The demonstrators are unhappy with government policies and demand the resignation of Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic.

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  1. Reserve officer
    Reserve officer 1 October 2015 11: 57 New
    "Demonstrators are dissatisfied with government policies and demand the resignation of Prime Minister Milo Dzhukanovich."

    Another series of "Santa Barbara" directors from the State Department?
    1. sledge
      sledge 1 October 2015 12: 00 New
      Do not go to a fortuneteller. The main director of the theater has long been known.
    2. little girl15
      little girl15 1 October 2015 12: 10 New
      Oh, for a long time there were no "color revolutions".
      1. marlin1203
        marlin1203 1 October 2015 12: 13 New
        Montenegro ... this is serious ... laughing Steeper than the Maidan in Andorra or San Marino.
        1. abrakadabre
          abrakadabre 1 October 2015 12: 45 New
          Nah ... Give Maidan in the Vatican !!! Let the cardinals burn the tires and rush with their shoes at the ready for the Swiss guard, dressed in cuirasses and halberds. laughing
      2. MIKHAN
        MIKHAN 1 October 2015 12: 15 New
        Quote: Vovochka15
        Oh, for a long time there were no "color revolutions".

        Exactly ....)))) And shaw is so sad ..? laughing
    3. hydrox
      hydrox 1 October 2015 12: 39 New
      We shouldn’t appear close there: you won’t get away with the “democratic media” - they will say that Russia has aggressive intentions.
      Let yourselves swim in your own derma, enough of us are kaklov, Serbs and Bulgarians: to see Russia of such "little brothers" in a coffin.
    4. Major Yurik
      Major Yurik 1 October 2015 12: 47 New
      Hto doesn’t ride, that Montenegrin! Sala Montenegro to other blacks too! Give the rubber ass of the obama, for licking, in every yard! fool
  2. avt
    avt 1 October 2015 12: 00 New
    Montenegr campaign decided - And why are we worse? Yes, and muddied their Maidan. laughing
    RUSIVAN 1 October 2015 12: 01 New
    Have all the slaves caved in before their masters, have they fed everyone with cookies ??? ...
  4. Dezinto
    Dezinto 1 October 2015 12: 01 New
    There is a US embassy in Montenegro - and something I doubt that they donate money for orphans ...

    Probably the United States very, very much wishes stability in Montenegro ....... (sarcasm wagon) :)
    1. x.andvlad
      x.andvlad 1 October 2015 12: 22 New
      They will donate to the “bald trait” for spectacular PR. "Show mast go he," as they say.
  5. Irokez
    Irokez 1 October 2015 12: 04 New
    Montenegro for Serbia as Ukraine for Russia. Here they are, whose brotherly nationalities separate and dance against their own.
  6. Stirbjorn
    Stirbjorn 1 October 2015 12: 05 New
    Well, in general, the current government in Montenegro is openly pro-Western and anti-Russian. They supported the sanctions. So there’s nothing wrong with the protests there for us
    1. Bekas1967
      Bekas1967 1 October 2015 15: 20 New
      THAT IS EXACTLY. The people do not want to join NATO. They do not want to be oriented toward the West. The current government is promoting these topics ...
  7. andrei332809
    andrei332809 1 October 2015 12: 06 New
    and than Montenegro did not please the Yankees now? europe do "partners", as I understand it am
  8. Tatarus
    Tatarus 1 October 2015 12: 09 New
    Not protests, but festivities. On a political theme.
  9. x.andvlad
    x.andvlad 1 October 2015 12: 13 New
    at the same time, they categorically rejected the accusations of pursuing an “anti-Russian policy”.
    But what about the fact that Montenegro was one of the first to support anti-Russian sanctions ?!
    These "little brothers" have already begun to overtake each other in competitions to please Uncle Sam!
    Some Bulgarians are worth something - they "run ahead of the engine" with anti-Russian cries.
  10. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 1 October 2015 12: 14 New
    “Over the years of power, Milo Djukanovic has developed a fully capable“ social-forming ”corruption system, and almost the official status of Montenegro as the“ main smuggler ”of Europe (the competition here is with the already limitless Albania) enables many sections of the population to lead a relatively quiet life. Now work and those who are associated with the usual tourism business and heavy industry lose their incomes, but they were also largely tied to smuggling, if only because of the supply of various goods and raw materials. This group of people personifies themselves with the existing status of the country, and sees accession to the EU and NATO as an additional opportunity for the development of an already familiar business. "
    Vzgdyad today.
  11. Wiruz
    Wiruz 1 October 2015 12: 16 New
    I understand that our now also decided to install Maidan bully
  12. mikh-korsakov
    mikh-korsakov 1 October 2015 12: 28 New
    The State Department is naughty! Montenegro’s leadership on a passion for licking uncle Sam’s loin parts can only be compared with Ukraine. But Uncle Sam didn’t like something, probably his language is not as enveloping as Poroshenko’s, so he took up his usual routine. With all the understanding of my insignificance in comparison with the sparkling ship of the stronghold of democracy, I still run the risk of recalling Pushkin's ingenious tale "On the Fisherman and the Fish." Good is the enemy of the best. And that would not have happened as with ISIS.
    SCHWERIN 1 October 2015 12: 55 New
    "Brothers No. 2"
  14. engineer74
    engineer74 1 October 2015 12: 57 New
    And this is what you need ??? wassat To NATO? In the SCO? WEIGHT? In the CSTO? In BRICS? Yes, even in the Communist Party of the whole country! Nothing will change anywhere!
    It seems that their logic is straightforward, like scrap: -Let's buy a little, and then someone-thread with dough and cookies will catch up!
    The Russian Foreign Ministry made it clear that there would be no cookies from Russia. They are ridiculous these "professional protestuvalniki"!
  15. holgert
    holgert 1 October 2015 13: 49 New
    So much for the "" brothers "" !!!!! ....
    1. Bekas1967
      Bekas1967 1 October 2015 15: 24 New
      The people there, in truth, are Brothers to us. They respect GDP, Russia very much ... But the government is pursuing a policy of joining NATO, hence the support of sanctions. It will not support the people on this topic, it will take to the streets.
      1. kubanec
        kubanec 1 October 2015 20: 53 New
        -------- The people there, in truth, are Brothers to us. They respect the GDP and Russia very much ..----- how do you know? Were there?