Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic today signed a decree on setting up Milan Lakic for the Ambassador of Montenegro to Bosnia and Herzegovina, after the BiH Parliamentary Assembly rejected a resolution on Sutorina.
It was reminded from the Cabinet of the President that the signing of this decree was delayed because of the resoultion.
Vujanovic also received Ambassador Lakic for the final interview before taking up the office.
“The president stressed the need for further improvement of relations between the two countries on the basis of the development of good-neighborly relations and strengthening stability in the region. He also stressed the need of the two countries to jointly use natural and economic resources for the good of Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina and their citizens”, the statement said.
Lakic presented to Vujanovic in detail his preparations and plans of his diplomatic engagement to further improve relations between Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
“At the end of the talks, Vujanovic wished Lakic success in carrying out his official position, paying respect to the previous Ambassador of Montenegro to Bosnia and Herzegovina Dragan Djurovic for a successful diplomatic mission”, concludes the statement.
Izvor: RTV Montenegro