MOSCOW, December 2, 2015, 12:55 - In addition to an accomplice of terrorism in the face of Turkey, a country with a dubious reputation may also join NATO - Montenegro. According to an IA REGNUM correspondent data posted on December 2 it was stated by a member of the Federation Council, Franz Klintsevich. "Invitation of Montenegro into NATO cannot but worry Russia, because it is a country that is economically, and most importantly - is historically very close to Russia," - said Klintsevich, recalling that the secession of Montenegro from Serbia was supported by Russia back in the day.
"Of course, the people of Montenegro have the right to decide their own destiny. But the current leadership of the country draws it into NATO against the will of the people. The fundamental democratic principle of making such important political decisions, suggesting a requirement for a national referendum, is being violated" - said the senator.
The real threat to the national security of Montenegro is the PM Djukanovic's agreement is to establish a so-called Muslim ghetto in his country, said Klintsevich. "Media sources say that Podgorica is ready to accommodate 30 thousand refugees from the Middle East. All those people in a country with a population of only 650 thousand. There's no secret that among the refugees there are a considerable number of ISIS supporters that have been directly involved in terrorist acts," - he said.
Klintsevich drew the attention of his Western counterparts, to whom they are going to cooperate within the framework of a military alliance. "It is well known that the regime of Milo Djukanovic is criminal, and his interests spread even beyond his country's borders. I think that the Western public should know that weapons used by terrorists to shoot civilians in Paris, fell into their hands from Montenegro military depots. This could be easily verified by checking the part numbers of the weapons seized from the terrorists in France" - says the senator.
"Thus a situation develops when the list of Alliance members, in addition to Turkey - a direct accomplice of international terrorism - could be added with another country, with, putting it mildly, a rather dubious reputation," - said Klintsevich.