The head of Montenegrin diplomacy, Ranko Krivokapiq, today sent an urgent message to the Ministry of the Interior of Montenegro.

He again demanded that Vladimir Bozhovic, the ambassador of Serbia, who by the decision of the Government of that country has been declared a "non-women" person, be immediately banned from entering the country, or his departure if he is in the territory of that country.

As announced, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro requested from the Ministry of Internal Affairs on August 12 the ban on entry, "that is, the permanent removal of the person Vladimir Bozhovic from Montenegro", reports



The Ministry of Foreign Affairs asked 12. avgusta od MUP-a zabranu ulaska, samim tim i trained removal iz Crne Gore persone non grata Vladimira Božovića, o čemu je več informazilo publica.

— MFA Montenegro (@MFA_MNE) August 15, 2022

Prime Minister Dritan Abazović said that Bozović is a "non-women" person and that this position is still in force.

The head of the Montenegrin government said that he expects Serbia to "send the new ambassador" after the formation of the new Government of the Serbian state, reports

The Cabinet of the President of Montenegro, Milo Djukanović, announced on Sunday evening that he will "request certain actions from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Internal Affairs, including the prohibition of the entry and exit of V. Božović from the territory of Montenegro".