Russian satellite news agency reported on September 4 that the Russian Foreign Ministry said on September 3 that Moscow has no intention and will not interfere in the internal affairs of Montenegro, and hopes that other countries will do the same. < / P > < p > the election of the Montenegrin Parliament was held on August 30. Preliminary vote counting data show that the opposition has more votes than the ruling Socialists. On September 2, Milo Djukanovic, who has been the socialist chairman of the ruling party for 30 years, announced that he was prepared to exclude the radical Pro Serb opposition and form a parliamentary majority, which is tantamount to indirectly inviting the European reformist parties to join the reform action. In a statement on its official website, the Russian Foreign Ministry said: “pay close attention to the development of the electoral process in Montenegro, and the counting of votes in the parliamentary election held on August 30 in the country is still continuing. We note with regret that at this critical stage, when all parties and their coalitions need to determine the composition of Parliament and government, they have begun to hype “external influence on the internal process of Montenegrin”, which also refers to Russia. It cannot be ruled out as provocation. ” < / P > < p > the Russian Foreign Ministry pointed out that Moscow has no intention and will not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries. It is hoped that all people concerned about the stability of the Balkan region will do the same. Moscow believes that the election of the Montenegrin Parliament can be concluded peacefully, and the newly formed Montenegrin Parliament and government can work out the priority development direction in line with the interests of the Montenegrin people.