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At today’s cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic said that everything in accordance with statutory powers would be done to bring the case involving 20 Serbian nationals suspected of terrorism to an end.
“Discussing the operation of identifying and prosecuting persons who are reasonably suspected to have committed criminal offenses of creating criminal organisation and terrorist attempt at the 175th cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic, the Government of Montenegro adopted conclusion calling on the competent state bodies to bring the case to an end in a professional manner as soon as possible and thereby ensure the protection of Montenegro and its national interests. The PM pointed out that he would do everything in accordance with statutory powers to bring this case to an end”, it was stated after the cabinet meeting.
It was also said that the report on the government’s work programme implementation for the third quarter of 2016. On that occasion, it was said that 80.9% of the plan had been implemented in the first three quarters, which was a great result, particularly bearing in mind that the result was achieved in the circumstances of the parliamentary elections.
In the context of the European agenda, the government adopted the third quarterly report on the implementation of obligations under the 2016-2018 Programme of Montenegro’s Accession to the European Union, as well as the information on the final measures for closing negotiations in Chapter 30 – External Relations, with the Action Plan for the remaining preparations in terms of adjusting legislation and international agreements with the acquis and improving the administrative and control capacity to ensure full implementation and enforcement of the acquis in this chapter after the accession.
Source: Cafe Del Montenegro