Pajovic with Meta and Rama: Albanian parliament members will be able to use native language

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Parliament of Montenegro will give a positive response to the initiative of Albanian national parties to allow them to use their native language, said the leader of the parliament Darko Pajovic during the meeting with his Albanian colleague Ilir Meta.

“Pajovic thanked for friendly and honest reception by the hosts emphasizing that until now he has heard a lot about Albanian hospitality but that he personally experienced it in these two days”, it was said from the cabinet of the president of the Parliament.

Also, during the talk about upcoming activities he announced that the parliament of Montenegro will positively respond to the initiative of the parliament members from Albanian national parties to provide them with possibility of using their native language in the Parliament.

“Both parties expressed their satisfaction by excellent neighbour relations that are characterized by mutual help, trust and respect, and agreed upon the upcoming activities which will additionally strengthen and enrich relations between Montenegro and Albania”, it was stated in the announcement.

Member of the delegation of Montenegrin parliament was also the president of the Board for international relations and immigrants Miodrag Vukovic.

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While talking about the close relations between two countries, Rama expressed his great satisfaction by the information that Albanian parliament members will soon be granted a possibility of permanent communication in their native language in Montenegrin parliament.

He emphasized that this may be a small techincal issue, but that it shows a tremendous respect and that citizens of both of our countries would “choose respect even before food”.

Source: Cafe Del Montenegro