Belgrade, Serbia (16 December 2014) – Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Đukanović met with his Serbian counterpart Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić in Belgrade.
The meeting took place during the III Summit meeting between the People’s Republic of China and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, and the two officials discussed further development of bilateral cooperation between Montenegro and Serbia, especially in the area of economy, as well as the infrastructure projects of great importance for regional development.
Prime Minister Đukanović has underlined that in the previous period plenty has been done to restore and develop the bilateral relations between Montenegro and Serbia, through an intensive political dialogue at the top level, and prolific cooperation in numerous areas. The two countries have a European perspective, as well as an opportunity for economic prosperity, Prime Minister Đukanović said at the meeting.
In the context of the Belgrade Summit, the importance of infrastructural inter-connectedness of the region for its further development was emphasised.
The two sides agreed to continue the dialogue on important shared projects within the ministerial level working group in the run up to the joint session of the two Cabinets on the topic of shared projects.
Source: Government of Montenegro