Andrei Nesterenko, the Russian Ambassador to Montenegro, said that the Kremlin would not ignore the decision of the Montenegrin authorities to support the policy of sanctions against Russia and non-cooperation in the field of business, Joinfo.ua informs.
He said that the Montenegrin authorities demonstrated that they "do not want to cooperate" with Russian investors. The diplomat warned that the decision of Montenegro to join the EU sanctions against Russia could affect the tourism industry of this Balkan country.
"As far as I know, some of our tourists painfully reacted to the decision of the Montenegrin leadership to join the sanctions against Russia in connection with the Ukrainian events," he said.
The ambassador also recalled the information from the Montenegrin media services on the supply of munitions to Ukraine. "I think that this can not but cause a response on the part of our compatriots," said Nesterenko. He also expressed dissatisfaction with the decision of the Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic not to participate in the parade on Victory Day in Moscow.