Paris, France (10 December 2014) – Prime Minister Milo Đukanović began his official three day visit to the Republic of France, where he will meet with French President Francois Hollande and Prime Minister Manuel Valls.
At the start of his visit, Prime Minister Đukanović laid the wreath on the Monument of the Unknown Soldier at the Base of the Arc de Triomphe and signed his name in the book of honours.
At a ceremony yesterday evening, PM Đukanović was presented with the Medal of the city of Paris as a tribute to the friendship and respect for Montenegro’s efforts towards preserving European values. The award was handed by the Deputy Mayor of Paris Patrick Klugman.
Regarding the French support towards Montenegro’s European path, PM Đukanović highlighted that this award acknowledges Montenegro’s efforts in pursuing this important goal.
Prime Minister Đukanović will also be the guest at the MEDEF – the largest federation of French employers, where he will meet with representatives of distinguished French companies. PM Đukanović will also present to them the investment potentials of Montenegro and current development projects in energy, infrastructure, tourism, and agriculture.
Source: Government of Montenegro