25 Nov 14
Montenegro Press Review – November 25, 2014
Cruiser “Queen Elizabeth” concluded the main tourist season in Kotor Bay. NGOs seek parliamentary hearings on the state of the environment. EU needs to pledge strong commitement to Western Balkan’s economic recovery, PM Djukanovic says.
By sailing the last this year’s big cruise ships – the bowed ship “Queen Elizabeth” owned by British maritime companies “Cunard Line”, the Port of Kotor has completed its main boating season on Monday.
Three NGOs – Breznica, Green Home and the Network for Promotion Non-governmental sector, MANS, requested a control parliamentary hearing over poor environmental conditions in the municipality of Pljevlja. They requested hearing due the “continuing government failure” to implement concrete steps to protect the environment and health of the citizens in the municipalitie of Pljevlja.
The European Union is our partner with whom we share common responsibility for the future of the European continent. Therefore, the Western Balkan’s future is largely dependent on the EU accountability in implementing policies that concerns the region, the Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic said on Monday in his address at the Vienna Economic Forum.
Source: Balkan Insight (Montenegro)