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20. 07. 2022. 00:00   >>  19:18


Djukanovic presented awards on the occasion of the Statehood Day

Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic today, on the occasion of July 13 - Statehood Day, presented awards to distinguished personalities, cultural institutions and sport collectives for their contribution to the construction, development and affirmation of Montenegro, the restoration of its statehood and significant achievements in various fields.

Djukanovic said at the ceremony in Villa Gorica that he is convinced that it will be an incentive for the further progress of Montenegro.

"Even a brief look at the winners' biographies confirms that the awards are more than deserved," said Djukanovic.

He reminded that he awarded the order of the first degree to Veljko Bulajic, one of the most famous and important directors of Montenegro.

"Bulajic's films are equally rewarded by the audience as well as his colleagues. He was nominated for an Oscar, and over 450 million viewers saw his works," said Djukanovic.

Bulajic, as Djukanovic said, remained on the guard of the highest human and civilizational values ​​during the breakup of Yugoslavia and raised his voice for a multi-ethnic, modern, anti-fascist Montenegro.

Djukanovic awarded the Order of the Montenegrin flag of the second degree to Hajriz Brcavak, whose name, according to Djukanovic, is spoken with gratitude by thousands of people in the region.

"He also helped his country significantly by donating medicines. Mothers and children from Ukraine are equally grateful to him", said Djukanovic.

The winner of that order is also Branka Scepanovic, an artist who, according to Djukanovic, made traditional songs famous in the area of ​​former Yugoslavia and the world.

According to Djukanovic, winner of the Order of the Second Degree Branko Vujovic stood out as a professional, honest and hardworking man in all the jobs he performed.

The order was awarded posthumously to Boro Krivokapic who, according to Djukanovic, remained an inseparable part of the history of Montenegro during his lifetime.

"He was among the biggest names in Yugoslav journalism, a person with attitude and intellectual integrity. In his youth he was distinguished by wisdom. He affirmed the values ​​of NOB (National Liberation War) through which Montenegro regained its national name", said Djukanovic.

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