Montenegrin Foreign Minister Djordje Radulovic said that during recent telephone conversations with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov, he discussed possible areas of interaction with Russia.
According to him, the former government of the republic adhered to anti-Russian rhetoric, therefore, relations between Russia and Montenegro did not develop.
“We want to change this narrative,” Radulovic said in an interview with RT.
He explained that Montenegro is ready to cooperate with Russia in all areas where there is a common interest, including tourism, economy, aviation, culture and education.
On the eve it became known that the Montenegrin authorities exempted Russians from obtaining visas. Citizens of the Russian Federation can stay in this country for up to 90 days from April 1 to October 31.