Montenegro supports sanctions against Crimea

The ban does not refer to Crimean products that have been inspected and cleared by Ukraine authorities.

21 December 2015 10:00

The Montenegrin government has supported the introduction of international restrictive measures adopted by the Board of the European Union, which prohibits the import and export from Crimea and Sevastopol, Pobjeda edition reports.

“It is forbidden to export to Montenegro products from Crimea and Sevastopol. Direct or indirect financing, financial participation, insurance in connection with the export of products from the Crimea and Sevastopol are prohibited. Any activity with the goal or consequence of disobeying this decision of ban is forbidden, knowingly or unintentionally,” reads the statement.

Furthermore, the ban also relates to Crimean real estate, which citizens and organizations of Montenegro are not allowed to acquire or increase.

“The sale, supply, transport or export of products and technologies by the citizens of Montenegro or from our territory, or by sea or air transport under the flag of Montenegro are forbidden,” reads the document.