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Some Montenegrin citizens were arrested on Thursday in Podgorica under suspicion of working for the Russian intelligence services, some Montenegrin media reported.
According to their information, "the action was led by the National Security Agency (ANB), under whose jurisdiction this criminal offense is, and was carried out by order of the Special State Prosecutor's Office".
The outgoing Prime Minister of Montenegro, Dritan Abazović, welcomed the action of the Special State Prosecutor's Office, saying that "it is an international action".
Abazović said that "the action is being carried out with the partners of Montenegro and aims to preserve national interests".
The spokesman of the Special Prosecutor, Vukash Radonjiq, said that by order of the Supreme Court, the police searched the apartments and other premises of some citizens, "due to the suspicion that criminal acts were committed, the creation of a criminal organization and espionage".
One of the people arrested, according to the agency's records, has worked for the Russian service for more than a decade and is part of a wider group whose members are known to the National Security Agency.
It is suspected to be an employee of the state administration.
The same sources say that today's action is just the beginning of activities to detect collaborators of foreign intelligence services. VOA