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Montenegro PM accuses Russia of financing anti-NATO campaign

PODGORICA (Reuters) - Russia is pouring money into Montenegro's election campaign in an attempt to derail the country's progress towards joining NATO, the country's Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic said on Thursday, three days ahead of an election.
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