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25. 07. 2022. 00:00   >>  21:05


The relations between Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina are friendly and brotherly

Montenegro openly supports the European path of Bosnia and Herzegovina, respecting its wholeness and territorial integrity, convinced that a stable and safe region is a prerequisite for the prosperity of all countries in it, and good neighborly relations and EU integration are key to economic and infrastructural development, emphasized the Prime Minister of Montenegro Dritan Abazovic at a meeting with the Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to Montenegro Branimir Jukic.

Prime Minister Abazovic emphasized that the relationship between the Government of Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina is friendly and brotherly, and that in the future they should be based as much as possible on the implementation of numerous infrastructure projects that will connect the two countries and the capitals much better.

Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina Branimir Jukic indicated that the relations between the two countries are an example for everyone in the Western Balkans and that they are based on continuous mutual respect.

"BiH sincerely supports the entry of Montenegro into the European Union, both for the sake of Montenegro, and for the sake of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the region, and the European Union," emphasized Ambassador Jukic.

Abazovic expressed full respect for the victims of the genocide in Srebrenica, stating that on July 11 this year in Potocari, the delegation of the Government of Montenegro, which he led with ministers, was the most numerous of all countries in the region.

In this sense, Abazovic stated that he supports the initiative to declare July 11 as the day of remembrance for the victims of the genocide in Srebrenica, reminding that this is provided for in Article 5 of the Resolution.

Discussing the current political situation in the country, Prime Minister Abazovic emphasized the importance of a broader political consensus in the context of unblocking the judiciary and electoral reform as the most important segments in the key part of European integration.

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