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Russian vodka factory in Montenegro to circumvent EU sanctions


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A Russian businessman has established a company in Montenegro with the aim of producing vodka for export to the European Union. The Montenegrin factory, owned by Noblewood Adriatic, founded by Alexander Mechetin, former CEO of one of Russia’s largest vodka distillers, Beluga Group, will employ around 300 workers and produce approximately 30 million bottles of Beluga vodka annually, with a total value of around 500 million euros. Montenegrin Prime Minister Dritan Abazović attended the factory’s opening on Thursday, April 13th.

The circumvention of sanctions

Last December 7th, the Russian news agency Interfax reported that Alexander Mechetin had resigned from his position as CEO of Beluga Group, which the board of directors accepted at his own request.

Mechetin, who had led the Beluga Group for more than 20 years, sold almost 19% of his shares at the same time as his resignation, reducing his ownership from 58% to 39.38% and consequently losing his majority ownership status in the company.

Montenegrin government video in which Prime Minister Abazović boasts about the Russian vodka produced in Montenegro

Following this, the Russian vodka distiller established the company Noblewood Adriatic in Tivat, Montenegro, which naturally and not coincidentally specializes in vodka production, allowing the Russian businessman to continue his previous activities, which had been severely affected by EU sanctions against Russia, through circumvention of these sanctions.

In Montenegrin media and public life, Mechetin is mentioned as the owner of Noblewood Adriatic, but the Montenegrin registry lists a certain Vitaly Enin as CEO, for whom no public data is available, suggesting he may be acting as a frontman.

According to the Montenegrin news portal, Standard, Macsetyin is among the few Russian oligarchs whose name has not yet been added to the European Union’s list of sanctioned Russian businessmen. However, since the list is updated monthly, it is possible that delay does not mean exemption.

The Russian vodka tycoon allegedly took advantage of the economic citizenship program launched by Malta and Cyprus in 2013, earning millions of dollars for the two island nations.

While it is unclear when Macsetyin became a Maltese citizen, it is certain that he acquired it before 2018. It is also possible that he may have appeared in Montenegro as a Maltese or Cypriot citizen, which could complicate the sanctions game.

The Serbian connection

Last August, the Russian businessman, then the head of the Beluga Group, bought the Nikšić-based Neksan company, reportedly investing 50 million euros in it.

The previous owner of Neksan was Miodrag Daka Davidović, who was shot and wounded by a sniper in Belgrade in December 2019 while in exile due to his connections to Serbia and Russia, enjoying the support of the Serbian Orthodox Church leaders.

Davidović was allegedly involved in cigarette smuggling in the 1990s, which was a lucrative industry in former Yugoslavia where tobacco products were in short supply. He was arrested in 1997 after confronting Montenegro’s now-toppled president, Milo Đukanović’s political agenda.

In the 2000s, the Montenegrin politician and businessman was involved in a fictitious petrol delivery case related to the then-newly independent Kosovo, but the Montenegrin prosecutor’s office never confirmed the allegations.

In 2021, Davidović founded a Serbian political party called the People’s Movement in Montenegro, which supported Jakov Milatović, the newly elected president, in the second round of the Montenegrin presidential elections, unsurprisingly since Milatović is a member of the Serbian Orthodox Church.

orosz vodkaMiodrag Daka Davidović campaigned alongside Jakov Milatović on his barely used LinkedIn profile (Source: LinkedIn)

In August of last year, according to a report by Radio Free Europe, the Montenegrin Ministry of Finance did not create any obstacles to the purchase of Neksan. The ministry considered the transaction to be an agreement between two businessmen, rather than a violation of sanctions. Furthermore, they emphasized that the purchase would result in the creation of 300 new jobs.

According to the Standard portal in Podgorica, the opening of 300 new jobs sounds good, and is enough to demonstrate to the population of the Balkan country that Montenegro can attract new investors even in difficult times, even if they come from an „aggressor country” and finance their economic activity with questionable capital.

Russian vodka from Montenegro

The opening of the Russian vodka factory in Montenegro on Thursday was attended by Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic, who emphasized that a large portion of the vodka produced in Montenegro is exported. 


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