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Montenegro

08. 09. 2021. 00:00   >>  17:17 0

MFA TO THE GOVERNMENT IN SERBIA

Stop harassing Montenegrin MPs

The arrests and harassment of Montenegrin lawmakers are not a measure of good neighborly relations, the Montenegrin Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said, urging Serbian authorities to stop what they say is wrongful treatment of Montenegrin lawmakers.

"It is clear to everyone that the arrests and harassment of members of the Montenegrin Parliament are not a measure of good neighborly relations and are not approved by anyone in the political life of Montenegro or Serbia, regardless of which part of the political spectrum they were in. The arrest of MP Sekulic, whose explanation for the possession of bromazepam tablets was clearly presented to the competent authorities, is just one in a series of inconveniences experienced by Montenegrin parliamentarians, including: Vuksanovic Stankovic, Zoronjic, Jelusic, Ibrahimovic, Sehovic. This can no longer be considered a mere coincidence or a set of circumstances."

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs points out that another incorrect treatment of Montenegrin MPs on the border of the Republic of Serbia, suggests that this manner can no longer be characterized as an isolated or accidental event.

"Due to this, as well as previous similar cases, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro calls on the authorities of the Republic of Serbia and the Minister of Internal Affairs Aleksandar Vulin to stop such behavior towards Montenegrin MPs. In addition, of particular concern is the fact that the mentioned deputies are diplomatic passport holders, which is even more surprising, especially in a situation when the official bodies of our country continuously repeat the message that - Montenegro considers Serbia a friendly country, wants only good neighborly relations and sincerely wishes European future for their own, as well as for the citizens of this close country ", concludes the MVP.

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