Resort real estate of Russians arrested in Montenegro

Podgorica decided to comply with anti-Russian sanctions

Russian resort property arrested in Montenegro

Russian resort property arrested in Montenegro

The Montenegrin authorities have frozen 44 properties in the country. They belong to Russian citizens who fell under EU sanctions.

This statement was made by the head of the Montenegrin Foreign Ministry Filip Adzic. He explained that Podgorica must comply with EU anti-Russian sanctions, although it itself is not part of the community.

 

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