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Montenegro

MARKOVIC IN SOFIA 18. 05. 2018.   >>  17:28 0

MARKOVIC IN SOFIA

Montenegro cannot progress if its neighbors lag

Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic assessed today in Sofia that the Western Balkan countries are intensively cooperating, that leaders meet regularly, that the traditional perception of investors and investments is changing, and that, therefore, the whole region cannot be a threat to the European Union, but rather an enrichment.

"The politics and history have been always more present in the Balkans than development of economy and perspective on the future, especially the creation of new jobs. Today, the Western Balkans lags behind developed Europe. Montenegro is currently somewhere at 45 percent, other countries in our neighbourhood are at the same percentage, which should concern us all," the Prime Minister said, adding that over the past year and a half a lot of efforts have been made to change the traditional approach, build confidence and turn to the European system of values.

Speaking at a panel discussion organized by the Vienna Economic Forum on the topic "Regional Cooperation as a part of the European Integration. The Sub-Region Western Balkans: Reality and Expectation - Who takes the Responsibility?", PM Markovic said that the European perspective of the region is something that should not be questionable.

In this context, the Prime Minister welcomed the achievements of some countries in the region in their European integration process.
"Albania and Macedonia should start negotiations in June," Markovic said, adding that this is not only in the interest of these two countries, but also of the region as a whole.

The prime minister added that the selfish approach would be not to relate the processes in Albania and Macedonia to Montenegro, which is leading the process, but that Montenegro can not progress further if Albania and Macedonia lag behind.
Markovic highlighted in particular the fact that the region of the Western Balkans has finally become aware of its potentials, but added that it is necessary to change the awareness especially of the administration.

 "Today, the biggest effort is to teach our administrations not to open problems where they don't exist," the Prime Minister said. 
Speaking of Montenegro, the Prime Minister recalled our excellent economic results over the past year and a half and invited investors to invest in Montenegro.

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