Soros Bot Mogherini pleased Montenegro and Albania joined anti-Russian sanctions


EU officials announced that 3 more countries, apart from Ukraine, joined the EU’s extension of sanctions, aimed at certain individuals from Russia and Ukraine and which will last for a period of 6 months.

The European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs, Federica Mogherini said Albania and Montenegro, two candidate states to join the EU, accepted the EU’s decision to further extend sanctions against specific persons from Russia and Ukraine.
In addition, the EU’s decision was also adopted by Norway and Ukraine, a move warmly received by the EU officials.

The EU Council’s extended batch of sanctions, previously imposed on approx.150 citizens of Russia and Ukraine, will last until September 15th.

The “blacklisted” persons are accused of being behind “destabilization” of Ukraine and making “violations”, related to Ukraine’s territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence.

  • jj

    Russia invested a lot in Montenegro and still owns a lot of property, and Russian tourists very heavily visit there too. I wonder if they are going to curb their support of Montenegro which now has become a feisty little NATO dog viciously snarling at Russia on command of their NATO masters.

  • Goran Stavreski

    Well, in about a month, once Zaev is installed as Prime Minister, Macedonia will support the sanctions as well.
    As for Montenegro, from what I know, they owe Russia around $3 Billion.

    • jj

      You think there will be protests in Macedonia against the sanctions?

      • Billy

        No chance, once the coup was successful, people do not give a damn, because it was obvious that the VMRO traitors are involved as well.