Montenegro’s Football Association said on Wednesday that it would not appeal UEFA’s decision.
In the first half of the game, Russia goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev was struck by a flare thrown from the crowd. He was subsequently carried off the field on a stretcher and the match was suspended for the first time.
The game was terminated on the 67th minute following further disturbances.
Akinfeev was treated in a hospital in Pongorica for a neck injury, brain concussion and light burns.
In March, UEFA President Michel Platini urged European police to help curb stadium violence that has recently become a burning issue in the world football.
The prestigious UEFA European Championship-2016 is scheduled to take place in France on June 10-July 10, 2016.
After three points were awarded to Russia, the team now remains in third place in group G, only one point short of Sweden. The group’s leader is Austria.