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Montenegro

MARKOVIC SAID 24. 04. 2018.   >>  17:58 0

MARKOVIC SAID

W. Balkans to keep heading towards EU and NATO

The Western Balkans must remain focused on the integration processes in the European Union and NATO as the best way to strengthen democracy and development, Prime Minister Dusko Markovic said, adding that Montenegro's membership in the Alliance would have a positive impact on the stability and security of the region.

At the Summit of South East Europe Cooperation (SEECP), held in Brdo near Kranj, Markovic said that Montenegro is strongly committed to preserving good neighbourly relations and improving cooperation in the Western Balkans through intensive activities in bilateral frameworks as well as active participation in numerous regional organizations and initiatives.

"We expect that the upcoming summits in Sofia as well as in London will be the opportunities to continue productive discussions about important issues for the region, focusing on the European perspective of the Western Balkans," Markovic said.
Before the beginning of the summit, Markovic was welcomed by his Slovenian counterpart, Miro Cerar.

Along with Cerar and Markovic, summit is also attended by representatives of the governments of Bulgaria Bojko Borisov, Croatia Andrej Plenkovic, Kosovo Ramus Haradinaj and Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina Denis Zvizdic, as well as senior officials of Albania, Serbia, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Greece and Turkey.
As the Government announced the summit will be an exchange of views on current events in South East Europe in the context of regional cooperation, progress made by SEE countries in European integration, as well as appointment of Secretary General of the Regional Cooperation Center, the SEECP’s body.

According to the previously made agreement, for the position should be nominated Montenegrin candidate Igor Luksic and Albanian candidate Malinda Bregu. The Albanian candidate should hold position from 2019 to 2021, and the Montenegro’s candidate from 2022 to 2024.
The summit was preceded by the Ministerial Meeting of the SEECP and the Annual Meeting of the Regional Cooperation Center.

SEECP members are, besides Montenegro, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Slovenia, Serbia, Turkey and Kosovo.

After today’s summit, Bosnia and Herzegovina will take over chairmanship from Slovenia.

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