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Montenegro

NEMEC AND MARKOVIC 03. 10. 2019.   >>  17:38 0

NEMEC AND MARKOVIC

Slovenia strongly supports Montenegro’s EU accession

The enlargement of the EU and the Schengen area is a priority of Slovenian policy and it will strongly support Montenegro and the Western Balkan countries in the integration process, saidthe Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Policy of the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia Matjaz Nemec.

“The strategic policy of the European Union's enlargement to the Western Balkans is a matter of future and security of not only the region but the whole of Europe, and it is therefore important that it is essential", it was noted at the meeting of the Prime Minister Dusko Markovic and Nemec.

Nemec praised Montenegro's successes and results and stressed that Slovenia considers our country an important partner because of the stability it brings to the Western Balkans region.

He stressed that the enlargement of the EU and the Schengen area is a priority of Slovenian policy and that it will strongly support Montenegro and the Western Balkan countries in the integration process.

Prime Minister Markovic highlighted the excellent bilateral political relations between Montenegro and Slovenia, the alliance in NATO, and pointed out the possibilities of further strengthening of economic relations, which is stimulated by the improved business environment in our country, strengthened institutions and strengthened rule of law.

"Last year, we had almost EUR one billion of foreign direct investment, and a good upward trend continued this year. We want new investments from Slovenia, because in addition to money, we also need new knowledge and skills," Markovic said and added that the focus is on medium and small enterprises in the real sector.

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