Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Montenegro should support EU on visa from Russian Federation and restrict entry of Russians
MOSCOW, September 11/ Radio Sputnik. The country’s Foreign Ministry said in the Dan edition that Montenegro should be in solidarity with the European Union on the visa regime with Russia.
The European Council had previously approved a resolution on the complete suspension of the simplified visa regime with Russia. From September 12, the general rules for issuing a visa will apply to Russians: its cost will be 80 euros, additional documents will be required to apply for a visa, and the processing time will increase.
Earlier, Sputnik radio reported that the Montenegrin Parliament reported that it did not trust the country’s government.
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