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Montenegro

30. 11. 2020. 00:00   >>  16:47 0

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Montenegro will not withdraw the decision to expel Bozovic

The Government of Montenegro and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will not withdraw the decision onthe expulsion of the Ambassador of Serbia to Montenegro Vladimir Bozovic, MVP (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) announced.

MVP, as well as the European Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi, as they say, welcomes the decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia to withdraw the expulsion of the Ambassador of Montenegro to Serbia, because, according to the Foreign Ministry, there was no reason for it.

 

"Ambassador Tarzan Milosevic represents his country respecting the Republic of Serbia, not interfering in its internal affairs, with restraint towards the host country even when Montenegro was rudely insulted and humiliated from various addresses in Serbia and Montenegrin state symbols desecrated, prompting reactions from various international addresses", MVP announced.

 

Unlike ours, the Ambassador of Serbia to Montenegro, as reported by the MVP, continuously interfered in the internal affairs of the country in which he serves, with his interpretations of history questioning its independence, denying the Resolution of the Parliament of Montenegro on the illegitimate Podgorica Assembly, which is known for what it has represented in our history.

 

"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has repeatedly drawn his attention to this, with a warning that this is illegal and undiplomatic behavior towards the host country. Unfortunately, it was in vain and without understanding", they say from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

Therefore, as they add, this Government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will notwithdraw their decision.

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