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The Montenegrin police officially confirmed: Serbian intellectuals are banned from entering Montenegro

The following people are banned from crossing the state border: Beckovic, historians Cedomir Antic and Aleksandar Rakovic, and the Serbian politician and a lawyer Dejan Mirovic

The Montenegrin police confirmed that they had made a decision by which four Serbian intellectuals, including writer Matija Beckovic, were banned from entering Montenegro.

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- The following people are banned from crossing the state border: Beckovic, historians Cedomir Antic and Aleksandar Rakovic, and the Serbian politician and a lawyer Dejan Mirovic - announced in the Podgorica newspaper "Dan" by the border police.

The elders at all border crossings have been provided with a list of people who, as they say, "should not enter" the country because they "jeopardize the national security of Montenegro".

Serbian intellectuals who were banned from entering were announced as speakers at the event on the occasion of the celebration of the Podgorica Assembly.

The main reason for the ban is their previous statements, which, according to Montenegrin security services, are "a danger to the security of the state".

The central celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Podgorica Assembly and the Day of the Unification of Montenegro with Serbia and other South Slavic nations will be held on December 1 in the Crypt of the Memorial Church of Christ's Resurrection in Podgorica, and it is announced that Beckovic will speak on it, reports "Dan".

Podgorica information portal IN4S wrote earlier that the Montenegro government prepares a list of undesirable Serbian intellectuals who will be forbidden from entering Montenegro.

Although there were speculations about this, IN4S finds out that the Serbian Patriarch Irinej is not the list of unwanted persons. 

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Montenegro's Prime Minister Dusko Markovic recently denied the existence of the list, which did not rule out the possibility that such a list would be made.

- When there is a need for this, when there are justified reasons to construct such a list, such a list will not be hidden from the public. Apart from those who are in the criminal milieu and who are not welcome here, there are no other lists - said Markovic at that time.

According to the views of the IN4S portal, it is indicative that Montenegro is compiling a "blacklist" of undesirable Serbs, while numerous criminals and war criminals - Thaci, Haradinaj, Veseli, and Ceku - are welcomed with open hands".

- They all have a mortgage of war crimes against Serbs, but also to Montenegrins in Kosovo and Metohija - it is concluded in the text.

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(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)

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