"Next week, Montenegro will be attended by representatives of UNESCO - the World Heritage Center and ICOMOS, who will have meetings with all interested parties, decision-makers, heritage protection experts as well as representatives of relevant civil society organizations. The visit also includes a visit to the Protected Natural and Cultural-Historical Area of Kotor. The objective of the Reactive Monitoring Mission is to review the overall state of preservation of the good as well as to assess progress in meeting the UNESCO Committee's decision in Bahrain, as well as previous committee decisions and recommendations of previous missions," explained the Secretary of the National Office for Cooperation with UNESCO Committee, Milica Nikolić.
Representatives of UNESCO and ICOMOS will discuss with representatives of relevant ministries and other relevant state institutions, representatives of the Kotor Municipality and local institutions as well as civil society organizations.
"The mission is to prepare a report that will give the World Heritage Committee specific recommendations to be considered at its 43rd Session in 2019," said Nikolić.