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Montenegro in election tug-of-war between Russia and the West

PODGORICA (Reuters) - Alexander Khrgian quit Moscow for Montenegro in 2008 and immediately felt at home, setting up a law firm that helps the tiny country's outsized Russian diaspora do business, profiting from close ties between the two countries.
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