Podgorica, Montenegro (23 March 2015) – Montenegro and Serbia will draft soon an agreement on joint entry in third markets, the meeting between Montenegro’s Minister of the Economy Vladimir Kavarić and Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajić stressed earlier today in Podgorica.
The meeting highlighted that the Western Balkan countries should join their forces and increase the quality of their supplies.
Having in mind the fact that Montenegro is one of the most important trade partners of Serbia and one of the most attractive destinations, the two countries should strengthen joint entry in third markets not only when it comes to tourism, but also in a wide range of other areas, Serbian Minister Ljajić emphasised.
Minister Kavarić underlined that the Government of Montenegro is willing to discuss the signing of the agreement, adding that the agreement should contain all the areas of mutual interest in order to boost their economic potentials.
Source: Government of Montenegro