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Belgrade, Serbia (9 June 2016) — Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism of Montenegro Branimir Gvozdenović received last night in Belgrade the Business Extra Partner 2016 award for his ministry’s special contribution to the stabilisation of the business enviironment and development of business cooperation in the region…
Belgrade, Serbia (9 June 2016) — Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism of Montenegro Branimir Gvozdenović received last night in Belgrade the Business Extra Partner 2016 award for his ministry’s special contribution to the stabilisation of the business enviironment and development of business cooperation in the region. The award, delivered by Mass Media International for the 22nd time, was for the first time given to a ministry.
The award ceremony was attended by many prominent business people, members of the diplomatic corps and persons from public and cultural life of the region, as well as representatives of a large number of media outlets.
With its constant initiatives for cooperation among the countries of the region, the Ministry has strongly influenced the process of development of tourism and contributed to the development of a stimulating business environment, stabilization of markets and development of business cooperation, thus providing outstanding support to the prosperity of the entire region, the statement accompanying the award said.
Minister Gvozdenović thanked all those who have recognized the efforts of the Government of Montenegro and its Ministry towards contributing to regional cooperation, improving the business environment and boosting the overall regional development, which, in his words, ensured that Montenegro is one of the fastest growing tourist destinations in the world.
Emphasising that last year Montenegro achieved record results in tourism and recorded excellent results in the first five months of 2016, expecting this year will be even better, the Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism invited the participants to visit and invest in Montenegro, thus improving the overall economy of the region.
TheBusiness Partner Award was established 22 years ago in an effort to promote the best companies and institutions from the region, which in their operations are guided by high professional standards and firm ethical standards.
The specificity of this award is the fact that companies themselves are choosing and evaluating their business partners, which they believe meet the aforementioned criteria.
The award is intended for all companies (Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Slovenia, Macedonia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania and Moldova, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey), regardless of industry, size and type of ownership.
Source: Government of Montenegro