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The square in the centre of the municipality of Palermo in the elite part of Buenos Aires has been named Montenegro. A plaque with the name was unveiled by Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic along with ambassador Gordan Stojovic, honorary consul Juan Carlos Lakovic and senior representatives of federal, city and municipal authorities.
Djukanovic ended a several-day visit to Argentina on Wednesday. The square opening ceremony was attended by representatives of the Montenegrin community in Latin America, who followed all activities of Prime Minister Djukanovic in recent days. Djukanovic was presented with the charter of honorary member of the Argentine Council for International Relations.
On Tuesday, the PM met the head of the Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI), Adalberto Rodríguez Giavarini, and had a presentation on the topic “Regional cooperation in the former Yugoslavia and the European perspective of the Western Balkans” at the headquarters of this prestigious institution.
“We had a clear vision ten years ago. Today, Montenegro is at the door of NATO, in the final stage of the full membership formalisation, it opened 22 negotiation chapters with the European Union and has excellent relations with all neighbours”, he added.
Cafe Del Montenegro