Bulgaria, Sofia (27 March 2015) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović is paying an official visit to Bulgaria, where he met with President of Bulgaria Boyko Borisov for talks on Montenegro’s progress towards Euro-Atlantic accession and bilateral relation between the two countries.
Bulgarian President Borisov highlighted that Montenegro is ready to become a NATO member state, adding that he is convinced that an invitation will be delivered by the end of the year. Bulgaria will continue supporting Montenegro in pursuing that important foreign policy goal which is not only important for Montenegro, but also for the stability of Bulgaria and the entire region, President Borisov emphasised.
The meeting also discussed bilateral relations, stressing the need for strengthening economic cooperation. The two countries have no open issues and they cherish friendly relations, Prime minister Đukanović and President Borisov underlined, stressing it is necessary to launch a direct air line between the two states.
Source: Government of Montenegro