Bratislava, Slovakia (20 March 2015) – Slovakia will continue supporting Montenegro in meeting its foreign policy priorities – full-fledged membership in the EU and NATO, the meeting between Montenegro’s Deputy Prime Minister Duško Marković and Slovak Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Robert Kaliňák concluded in Bratislava earlier today.
DPM Marković thanked Mr Kaliňák for Slovakia’s continued support for Montenegro’s Ministry of the Interior in terms of building capacity, with a particular emphasis on the country’s vehicles donation to the Police Directorate of Montenegro. Mr Kaliňák will soon visit Montenegro on the occasion of handing over the second part of the donation and talks on strengthening police diplomacy between the two countries, DPM Marković added.
DPM Marković also met with Slovak Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Miroslav Lajčak, who commended hopefull that Montenegro will get the NATO membership invitation by the end of this year. The two officials also discussed the overall situation in Europe, emphasising the current momentum in the Western Balkans.
Source: Government of Montenegro