Montenegro and Georgia committed to NATO values

Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic met today with President of the Parliament of Georgia, Davit Usupashvili, who is on an official visit to Montenegro.

During the talks, it was mutually agreed that this visit too is an opportunity to deepen the political dialogue between the two countries and strengthening the bilateral cooperation.

Interlocutors reminded of the traditional friendship between our peoples and countries, which provides a solid basis for strengthening relationships and a better understanding in the present time, as well as the achievement of common strategic objectives in the near future.

“It was emphasized that Montenegro and Georgia are very dedicated to adopting the values on which the EU and NATO are based on, with expressed readiness to exchange experiences in this field. Interlocutors emphasized the importance of the open door policy of both associations, emphasising that the progress of any country in integration should depend on the individual results. Both sides expressed satisfaction with the multi-ethnic and multi-religious harmony fostered by the two countries, and exchanged views on possibilities of cooperation at the multilateral level. They welcomed the current efforts to strengthen economic cooperation and highlighted the importance of completing the contractual basis for the development of bilateral relations between Podgorica and Tbilisi”, it was said from Djukanovic’s cabinet after the meeting, noting that the issues of regional importance were also discussed during the talks.

Izvor: RTV Montenegro