Brussels, Belgium (21 April 2015) – Prime Minister of Milo Đukanović and his Albanian counterpart Edi Rama met earlier today in Brussels for talks on strengthening cooperation related to joint infrastructural projects which are important not only for the two countries, but for the entire region as well.
On the sidelines of the meeting of heads of government of Western Balkan Six in Brussels, the two officials voiced their support to the implementation of the joint project of the Adriatic- Ionian highway aimed at reaching better connectedness and more dynamic economic development of the entire region. The two officials also underlined that Montenegro and Albania are interested in boosting cooperation related to the valorisation of the Skadar Lake and River Bojana.
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama highlighted that Albania strongly supports Montenegro’s NATO bid, adding that Montenegro’s membership in the Alliance will provide stability and security for the Western Balkans.
The meeting also discussed current integration processes in the region.
Source: Government of Montenegro