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Podgorica, Montenegro (7 September 2017) — Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković met today with the representatives of the Deutsche Telekom Group, headed by a member of the Board of Management of Deutsche Telekom Group for Europe Srini Gopalan…
Podgorica, Montenegro (7 September 2017) — Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković met today with the representatives of the Deutsche Telekom Group, headed by a member of the Board of Management of Deutsche Telekom Group for Europe Srini Gopalan.
At the meeting, Deutsche Telekom Group expressed interest in intensifying activities in Montenegro within the digital economy. In this context, Mr. Gopalan briefed the Prime Minister on digital economy projects that the Deutsche Telekom Group conducted or performed in several European countries.
Prime Minister Marković said that the Government of Montenegro has already seen the need for serious progress in the digital agenda. Noting that the digital economy provides unlimited possibilities for development and that it can be an additional incentive for the economy, the Prime Minister expressed interest in cooperation with DT Group, as one of the world leaders in this field. The Prime Minister said that particularly important is the improvement of public administration digitisation, as well as projects related to small and medium-sized enterprises.
The officials concluded that representatives of the Government of Montenegro and Deutsche Telekom Group should consider concrete possibilities for strategic cooperation in a short period of time.
The meeting was attended by the President of the Management Board (CEO) of Hrvatski Telekom Davor Tomašković, the new Chief Executive Officer at Crnogorski Telekom Nikola Ljusev and Director of the Directorate for Corporate and Legal Affairs of Crnogorski Telekom Pavle Đurović.
Deutsche Telekom Group operates in more than 50 countries, employs nearly 220,000 people and generates annual revenue of more than EUR 73 billion.
PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF MONTENEGRO
Source: Government of Montenegro