Oligarch finds a place in the sun in Moscow-on-Sea

Letter from Podgorica: It is easy to understand why one foreign property owner in Montenegro calls it Moscow-on-Sea.

At tiny Tivat airport, crammed between sheer peaks and the Adriatic shore, jets roar in daily from Moscow and St Petersburg, their passengers breeze through immigration without the need for a visa and, a few miles south on the packed beaches of Budva, Russian is the lingua franca.