Russian parliamentarian: Freezing Russian property in Montenegro is theft

Dmitry Belyk, a member of the Russian State Duma Committee on International Affairs, pointed out that Montenegro had frozen the property of Russian citizens in order to quickly join the European Union, which betrays the practice of theft.

According to Blake, the Izvestia newspaper quotes that the Montenegrin authorities are deliberately pursuing a policy of sanctions imposed by Western countries, explaining that “freezing real estate purchased by Russians and hiding behind sanctions theoretically means fulfilling the requirements of the European Union and supporting the anti-Russian agenda”, calling the actions of Montenegro theft.

He noted that by freezing real estate, Montenegro would damage its economy, as well as lose public and private Russian investments.

Source: Izvestia

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