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Podgorica, Montenegro (4 April 2018) — Prime Minister Duško Marković told students today that, after joining NATO and securing Montenegro’s security and European values, the foreign policy priority of the Government is a continuation of a successful European integration process so that the generation of today’s students could enjoy all the benefits of a state fully integrated into the European Union…
Podgorica, Montenegro (4 April 2018) — Prime Minister Duško Marković told students today that, after joining NATO and securing Montenegro’s security and European values, the foreign policy priority of the Government is a continuation of a successful European integration process so that the generation of today’s students could enjoy all the benefits of a state fully integrated into the European Union.
“It is important that we allow your generation, at the beginning of your career, to be able to use all the opportunities provided by the European Union and European values, including the full freedom of employment and training across the continent,” the Prime Minister said to the delegation of the Student Parliament of the University of Montenegro, led by President of this student organisation Sara Arianna Serhatlić.
The Prime Minister informed the students about the Government’s successful results on the economic plan, stating that economic development and raising the living standards of citizens is the most important continuous goal of the Government.
“We note the economic growth and good filling of the budget at the beginning of this year. This suggests that our success in 2017 was not accidental and that we can expect good results this year, too. These data, with the interest of renowned investors for Montenegro, indicate that the prospect is good. It is important that you, as young people, have this information,” PM Duško Marković said.
The Student Parliament delegation congratulated the Prime Minister on good economic results and informed him about their priorities: organising the Assembly of the European Students’ Union in Montenegro, further improvement of University infrastructure, work on the Law on Youth, unemployment in general, results and challenges of the Vocational Training Programme.
The Prime Minister and the Student Parliament delegation agreed on the priorities in improving the infrastructure of the University of Montenegro regarding concrete projects for this and the next year.
PM Marković accepted the offer of the Student Parliament to be the President of the Honorary Committee for the organisation of the Assembly of the European Students’ Union, which should be held in our country by the end of the year.
Congratulating the students on the Student Day, the Prime Minister thanked the Student Parliament for supporting the policies of the Government, especially in the case of High Medical School in Berane.
“Your support was precious, because it also confirmed that we are right and that we conduct the right policy for the benefit of students and all citizens,” the Prime Minister highlighted.
PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF MONTENEGRO
Source: Government of Montenegro