The results that Montenegro achieved in the field of science during the first decade since the restoration of independence, are very encouraging, Prime Minister Milo Đukanović said at Villa Gorica in Podgorica, where he presented annual awards for scientific achievements in 2015.
A professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Montenegro (UCG) Ljubisa Stankovic was awarded in the category of the most successful scientist. His counterpart Milos Dakovic was awarded in the category of inventor-innovator for the best innovative solution, and senior of Niksic high school “Stojan Cerovic” is the most successful young talent.
During the ceremony Djukanovic said that the Montenegrin academic and scientific community was actively involved in the European Research Area, the free movement of knowledge, researchers and technology.
As a proof of that are references that Montenegrin scientists are receiving as individuals, or in research teams, as well as the valuable results achieved by educational and scientific institutions.
Djukanovic said that the dynamic progress that Montenegro achieved in the framework of European and Euro-Atlantic integration opened up new opportunities for faster development of scientific-research activities.
Stankovic thanked the members of the Commission in the name of the awarded, stating that the annual national award for science is the part of the significant activities that the Government and the Ministry of Science promote and support scientific activities in Montenegro.
Izvor: RTV Montenegro