1. (rote, 26 August 2014 11:20)

    I wouldnt buy a toothpick in Montenegro let alone property as I have heard stories just like you have described. Its much like Kosovo where there is very little law and this is a place that is negotiating for EU entry – amazing.
    However, the west that keeps on telling us all about their standards on everything on this earth maintains places like Montenegro where they have a President for life, Milo Jukanovic, and have they have gall to critise someone else. Like Kosovo they keep and maintain criminals and thieves.
    (sj, 26 August 2014 12:37)

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  2. So far Russian sanctions are on produce from Montenegro not on travel.
    (sj, 25 August 2014 23:46)

    Russians are much disappointed in Montenegro. Since 2013 we have a trend when Russians sell their property here and leave the country. Most often mentioned reasons are bureaucracy and mob. People buy real estate and then for years they have struggle for their documents of property. Sometimes they have to pay twice. Also Russians are disappointed with the hypocrisy politics of the state. De facto people remain friendly while the state demonstrates it hostility to Russia wherever they can.
    (rote, 26 August 2014 11:20)

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  3. What will be the result? Cheap domestic dairy product being exported to Russia, while Serbian customers will gladly have to buy more expensive ones coming from the EU. Or how should Serbia be able to suddenly boost its production? I never understood why there is even imported milk available in Serbia.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 25 August 2014 17:44)

    Boosting production is a must then. I agree on importing food in general to Serbia. It makes no sense because everything can already grow in Serbia. But that doesn't mean that you do not at least try to take advantage of the open business available with Russia due to the sanctions. Makes very simple economic sense to go for it.
    (Ari Gold, 26 August 2014 00:01)

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  4. So far Russian sanctions are on produce from Montenegro not on travel.
    (sj, 25 August 2014 23:46)

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  5. What will be the result? Cheap domestic dairy product being exported to Russia, while Serbian customers will gladly have to buy more expensive ones coming from the EU. Or how should Serbia be able to suddenly boost its production? I never understood why there is even imported milk available in Serbia.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 25 August 2014 17:44)

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  6. If Russia imposed sanctions on MNE then there would be no one in Budva during summer.
    (RSA, 25 August 2014 17:29)

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  7. Tainted milk sent from Serbia to Russia will place Serbia in no man's land.
    (True European, 25 August 2014 15:28)

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  8. If Russia imposed sanctions on MNE then there would be no one in Budva during summer.
    (RSA, 25 August 2014 13:15)

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  9. Yes Russia has imposed sanctions on Montenegro but I can see why as Montenegro has nothing to export.
    Macedonia has had to impose sanctions on Russia, but Bosnia has not as RS will not hear of any sanctions against Moscow.
    (sj, 25 August 2014 13:07)

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  10. Something interests me, Montenegro imposed sanctions on Russia but Russia did not impose counter measures on Montenegro.... also what about Macedonia and Bosnia? Did they impose sanctions?
    (Walter, 25 August 2014 12:34)

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