The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of Montenegro announced today that it will initiate disciplinary proceedings against the ambassadors who, without a justified reason, did not arrive in Montenegro for consultations.
The statement states that the recalled ambassadors Miodrag Vlahović, Darko Pajović, Sanja Vlahović and Vera Kuliš, as well as Ambassador Nebojša Kaludjerović, did not arrive in Montenegro for ambassadorial consultations.
“Ambassadors who were justifiably unable to come for consultations due to health problems, informed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a timely manner that they were not able to arrive in Montenegro until January 18,” the ministry said.
According to the statement, having in mind the fact that non-attendance at the ambassadorial consultations, without a justified reason, represents a serious violation of official duty, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will initiate disciplinary proceedings against the recalled ambassadors.
As they pointed out, with the end of the disciplinary procedure, the ambassadors could lose their employment in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Earlier, the MFA proposed the recall of seven ambassadors, but Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic refused to sign their recall.
In other news, the Foreign Ministry has invited all diplomatic and consular representatives to come to Montenegro by January 18th for consultations.
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