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Montenegro

EU STORY 11. 07. 2018.   >>  17:24 0

EU STORY

TVCG journalist awarded

The role of the media in Montenegro's accession to the European Union is of paramount importance, and journalists have the power to bring this process closer to citizens and present successful stories, it was announced during the "Europe through the lens" competition awarding ceremony for the best journalist story.

Journalists of the Prva Television, Radio and Television of Montenegro and the Vijesti Television, Jelena Gardovic, Darko Bulatovic and Danijela Lasica, were awarded prizes for best video reports on the concrete results of the EU accession process and the impact on the daily life of citizens. The prizes amounted 1,500, 1,000 and 500 Euros.

At the awarding ceremony, Montenegro's main negotiator with the EU, Aleksandar Drljevic, emphasized that the EU accession process is invaluable not only for institutions and people involved directly in the negotiations, but for every citizen in Montenegro.

"Therefore, I consider the role of the media to be invaluable in order to bring this process closer to every citizen. The process of Montenegro's accession to the EU is rather complex and demanding, and therefore we believe that the role of the media, both in the previous and in the period ahead, will be more and more important, in order to bring closer the concrete European policies and standards and what ordinary citizen gets from membership of Montenegro in the EU ", Drljevic said.
Head of the EU Delegation to Montenegro, Aivo Orav, pointed out that the award-winning stories are diverse, informative and contribute to discussing important topics that have a practical impact on the lives of people in Montenegro, such as the Regional Housing Program, innovative ways of food production, part of EU support for agriculture and rural development.

Permanent Representative of the UNDP in Montenegro, Fiona McCluney, assessed that EU integration is not an abstract concept or a distant dream. "Joining the EU is signaling a new way of life that you - journalists, citizens of Montenegro, your children, parents, neighbors and friends - know best. You already see and feel the changes that membership will bring and you have the power to show it to us," McCluney said.

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