Vujanovic received credentials for three ambassadors

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Montenegrin president, Filip Vujanovic, received today the credentials of the newly appointed ambassadors of Israel, Switzerland and Mexico, who will perform this duty on a non-residential basis.

Vujanovic, as it was said from his cabinet, said that he’s satisfied by the previous success in economic cooperation with Israel.

“He emphasized a special value of the ne airline with Israel which already showed it’s value and a big interest from Israeli tourists for visiting Montenegro”, it was said in the announcement.

Ambassador of Israel, Alone Fisher-Kamm, said that her mission will be dedicated for further improvement of relations between the two countries.

Vujanović also, as it was said, emphasized good cooperation of Montenegro with Switzerland in many areas, stating that he respects strong contribution of this country to the process of destroying the excess in arms and ammunition in Montenegro within the program that is almost completely finished.

“He said that success of ORASCOM company in projects of Lustica and mamula is a strong indicator of valorization of resources of our tourism at the highest level and a good example for other companies for investing in this area”, it was said in the announcement.

Ambassador of Switzerland, Filippe Guex said, while emphasizing good political relations between two countries, that he is determined to contribute to their improvement in all areas, which is what his diplomatic mission will be dedicated to.

Vujanovic said that is is necessary to provide a contractual basis between Montenegro and Mexico, having in mind the tradition of good relations and possibilities of cooperation.

“It would be useful to organize business forums on which the information will be exchanged as well as possibilities for cooperation”, said Vujanovic.

Ambassador of Mexico, Marco Antonio Garcia Blanco, said that he is ready to dedicate his diplomatic mission to improvement of relations between the two countries.

Source: Cafe Del Montenegro