Minister of Finance Darko Radunovic and his associates met with the head of the office for Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, Emanuel Salinas, to discuss projects from the World Bank portfolio and future activities, it was stated from the Ministry.
"Today's meeting, which represents the continuity of the meeting with representatives of the World Bank, was an opportunity for Minister Radunovic to address the significance of tax administration reform with electronic fiscalization, in the context of current projects with the World Bank, and emphasized the importance of funds received thanks to the World Bank’s first warranty for the development policy - PBG1, in the context of refinancing part of the public debt, as well as activities to meet the requirements for obtaining another guarantee - PBG2," the statement states.
As he adds, Salinas stressed that there are no open issues regarding the implementation of investment projects and he has introduced the activities of World Bank working teams to the project "Employment and Growth".
"He also presented the World Bank's initiative for credit support to the regional project of linking the Western Balkan countries through trade and transport facilitation, which is in the function of regional economic integration," as stated by the Ministry of Finance.
Text by MINA News, on February 6th 2019, read more at Vijesti