Minister of Foreign Affairs Darmanović pays visit to Bavaria

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    Minister of Foreign Affairs Srđan Darmanović paid on 16 January official visit to Bavaria, during which he had talks with President of Bavarian Parliament Barbara Stamm, head of the Bavarian State Chancellery and State Minister for Federal and Special Affairs Marcel Huber, Executive Director of the Southeast Europe Association Hansjörg Brey and President of Hans Seidel Foundation Ursula Männle… Minister of Foreign Affairs Darmanović pays visit to Bavaria

    Minister of Foreign Affairs Srđan Darmanović paid on 16 January official visit to Bavaria, during which he had talks with President of Bavarian Parliament Barbara Stamm, head of the Bavarian State Chancellery and State Minister for Federal and Special Affairs Marcel Huber, Executive Director of the Southeast Europe Association Hansjörg Brey and President of Hans Seidel Foundation Ursula Männle.

    The officials expressed satisfaction with the cooperation between Montenegro and Bavaria and exchanged views on the possibilities for strengthening ties in the areas of rule of law, economy and culture. It was estimated that the opening of the Consulate General of Montenegro in Munich would greatly contribute to the intensification of the dialogue of two sides.
    During his visit, Minister Darmanović spoke at the conference “The Future of the Euro-Atlantic Security-new role of the Western Balkans”.

    The focus of the gathering was the security situation in the Western Balkans and the role that this region has in the framework of the European security architecture.

    Minister Darmanović emphasised the importance of continuing the integration process as a significant means to preserve stability in the region, stressing the contribution that Montenegro makes in creating a safe and secure environment and reiterated Montenegro’s commitment to foster good neighbourly relations and promote regional networking and cooperation.

    The participants welcomed Montenegro as a future NATO member and agreed that it is necessary to invest additional efforts and strengthen the process of Euro-Atlantic integration of Western Balkan aspirants as one of the responses to the security challenges in Europe and beyond.

    Source: Government of Montenegro