PM Đukanović hosts member of BiH Presidency Dragan Čović

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    Podgorica, Montenegro (29 August 2016) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović hosted today member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Dragan Čović, who is on a working visit to Montenegro… PM Đukanović hosts member of BiH Presidency Dragan Čović

    The two officials agreed that the friendly relations between Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina can serve as an example to others and that a stable and secure region with good neighbourly relations and a clear European perspective was a precondition for prosperity of all countries.

    The importance of the Berlin process within which all the countries of the Western Balkans confirmed the necessity of mutual cooperation, as well as the cooperation with the EU, has been pointed out in order to contribute to increasing the competitiveness of the region, stimulating growth and employment through implementation of joint infrastructure projects.

    Prime Minister Đukanović assessed that the current level of political dialogue and overall cooperation was very important and emphasised that Montenegro would continue to support the integration path of Bosnia and Herzegovina, expressing the willingness to transfer knowledge and experience of the Montenegrin administration in fulfilling obligations under European and Euro-Atlantic agenda.

    Mr Čović stressed the commitment to further intensify cooperation in all fields of mutual interest. At the same time, he congratulated Montenegro for the progress it achieved so far in Euro-Atlantic and European integration, emphasising the importance of these processes for the overall stability of the region, particularly in light of the current global challenges.

    The two officials exchanged views on the current developments in the region.

    PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF MONTENEGRO

    Source: Government of Montenegro