The head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov was included in the criminal case on the coup in Montenegro in 2016. This was announced by the opposition leaders of the European countries in the Russian foreign Ministry, broadcast on Wednesday, 29 November, “Izvestia”.
Milan kneÅ¾eviÄ‡ and Andrija Mandic, accused of preparing a coup with the assistance of Moscow, sent to the diplomatic service of Russia the letter in which ask for our support. In it they reported that Kadyrov is allegedly also involved in the case.
According to the version of Montenegrin prosecutors, the Chechen leader campaigned leaders of the Muslim community of the country in cooperation with “Impronta” to change the current government.
“This attempt to bring to an end crazy conspiracy theories about the “Russian trace” in the Montenegrin elections. The trial is a way to justify the policy of the ruling regime that meets the interests of the Western powers. Military bases and the anti-Russian sanctions need not the Montenegrin people, and Washington,” said the Chairman of the Democratic national party, the leader of the “Impronta” kneÅ¾eviÄ‡.
In the case where another 13 people: two citizens of Russia (Edward Shishmakov and Vladimir Popov), three of eight Montenegrins and Serbs. The trial began in July.
In February the special Prosecutor of Montenegro Milivoje Catnic accused Moscow of involvement in the coup attempt, which was to occur in October 2016. On the same day, British The Telegraph reported that Russian special services might be behind the assassination attempt on the former Prime Minister of the Republic Milo Djukanovic. The Russian foreign Ministry all such statements are called unfounded. The Kremlin said that Moscow’s involvement in the Montenegrin events is not out of the question.