10 Sep 2019, 13:06 PM

Corruption has a strong and negative impact on economic development, contributes to stratification and inequality in society, which is why it is necessary to strengthen further the mechanisms established by local governments in terms of transparency and accountability of doing the business of immediate interest to citizens.

This was assessed in the panel "Corruption at the local level is not a local problem", within the second part of the annual national conference on corruption at the local level "Let's place corruption in the museum", organized by the Center for Civic Education (CCE). 

Assistant Secretary-General of the Communities of Municipalities, Sasa Scekic, said that the mechanisms, which all local governments had established, needed to be further strengthened in terms of transparency and accountability of doing the business of immediate interest to citizens.

"I do not agree that these mechanisms have not been established. I can agree that there is room for progress and change; however they are clearly established and exist in all local governments. Whether and to what extent we use them and whether we use them in the right way is a question for all of us,” said Scekic.

He believes that the continuous training of local officials and employees is essential.

"These are complex and responsible jobs, and we have a problem that people who do these jobs often change. We have a situation where people leave municipalities and start their private business. We have to pay attention to keep these people, to further train them to do their job," said Scekic.

He also said that "there is also an inertness of citizens when it comes to things that are of immediate interest for them."

Executive Director of the Institute for Business and Financial Literacy, Milos Vukovic, said corruption has a strong and negative impact on economic development and quality of life.

"Corruption contributes to stratification and inequality in every society, even in Montenegro, undermines trust in institutions and can lead to certain instabilities in society. It is difficult to measure systemic corruption, because of its hidden nature and its various manifestations in society. Corruption is very persistent and the results in the fight against corruption are very slow,” Vukovic said.

Vukovic recalled that, according to an IMF document, Fiscal Monitor, in April 2019, it was clearly established that government revenues were significantly lower in countries that were considered more corrupt.

"For the group of countries to which Montenegro belongs, only tax revenues can generate 4.25% more annual GDP than the least corrupt countries. As GDP stood at 4.6 billion euros in 2018, this means that Montenegro, based on better tax collection alone, could have collected more than 195 million euros or about 535,000 euros a day or 6.20 euros every second or some 50,000 euros in duration of today's panel," Vukovic specified.

According to him, corruption affects "all of us" and leads to weaker institutions, feelings of injustice, distrust, reduced quality of health services and education for all.

"If we calculate this percentage to annual GDP, from 2006 to 2018, we could collect almost €2 billion on tax alone. This also means that our debt could have been two-thirds lower than it is today, bearing in mind that as of June 30, 2019, it amounted to 3.13 billion," he explained.

"Corruption, in combination with other factors, is leading to a mass exodus of intellectual elites and young people. If we continue like this, in 10-15 years, we will have no one to exchange opinions with. That is why the fight against corruption must be placed at the number one position in the country," concluded Vukovic.

The State Prosecutor, a representative of the Supreme State Prosecutor's Office, Vukas Radonjic, said that the statistics do not reflect the dedicated work of state prosecutors in the fight against corruption.

"I will not speak about the statistics here, it is in the annual report on the work of the State Prosecutor's Office, and this is all available, including the number of complaints, on the prosecutor's website," Radonjic said.

He stated that it was acceptable for the public to doubt and criticize the work of any institution, including the State Prosecutor's Office, explaining in detail the legal competencies of the Prosecutor's Office.

“And the State Prosecution is striving to achieve better results. However, you must accept that the public interest is protected in the course of criminal proceedings. That is why criminal proceedings cannot be public during the whole duration, especially when it comes to crimes of high corruption. When the authorities conducting the proceedings consider that the public should be aware of a case, they will come forward with adequate information,” Radonjic explained when asked about individual cases.

He called on citizens, inspection, customs, tax and other authorities, those involved in anti-money laundering and terrorist financing, to report corruption offenses.

"Every application will be considered. We need to raise awareness in society that corruption is a serious social problem and that we cannot accept it as a daily occurrence," Radonjic said.

He said that the Special State Prosecutor's Office (SSP) initiated six criminal cases ex officio last year, and that the Police Directorate had filed 277 applications and non-governmental organizations 26.

"In any case, over 800 applications were received by SSP during 2018. These applications are active and in process," Radonjic said.

The head of the integrity, lobbying and regulatory analysis department at the Anti-Corruption Agency, Grozdana Lakovic, explained that Integrity Plans were conceived as a preventive instrument, which is primarily an assessment of institutions and employees.

“There is stagnation, and this is demonstrated by the last two reports of the European Commission where the recommendations for local government are identical. An integrity plan is a preventative anti-corruption mechanism that you cannot expect to produce a miracle. The integrity plan depends on the integrity of the individual who writes it and on the integrity of the head of the authority who signs and releases it," said Lakovic.

She assessed that the integrity plan depends on the general, overall social milieu "in which we are placed."

"I'm not happy with the milieu that we are in," Lakovic said.

She pointed out that the main recommendation in the EC report is merit-based employment, in order to realize the principle of professionalism and responsibility of local government employees, regardless of the ruling party.

"A systematic year-round training plan is a very important tool for generating staff, which will remain independent of the political structure in that municipality," Lakovic said.

Director-General of the Directorate for local government and state-owned companies in the Ministry of Finance, Snezana Mugosa, said it was crucial to place emphasis on transparency of local governments when planning and implementing the budget.

"When it comes to the budget planning process, transparency is very important. Municipalities are obliged to hold a public discussion. However, it is evident that the low level of citizen participation seems to be primarily due to a poor understanding of the municipality's budget and because it is not presented in an understandable way. The recommendation through our activities is for everyone to prepare a Citizens Budget Guide that will show in an understandable way how to collect, finance and spend budget funds,” explained Mugosa.

As for the debt, she said, according to the latest data, the total debt of local governments is around 151 million euros on loans, and when it comes to arrears, they amount to 69 million euros at the end of the second quarter of this year. "But it is important that these obligations are being reduced," she stressed.

The project “Let's Put Corruption in a Museum” is implemented by the Center for Civic Education (CCE) in partnership with the Monitoring and Research Center (CEMI), NGO Bonum from Pljevlja, NGO UL-Info from Ulcinj and NGO Zadruga from Petrovac, in cooperation with the Anti-Corruption Agency and with the support of the Delegation Of the European Union in Montenegro and the Ministry of Public Administration.

Text by Vijesti online, on September 9th, 2019, read more at Vijesti

09 Sep 2019, 20:29 PM

09 September 2019 - President of Montenegro, Milo Đukanović met with Matthew Palmer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs and the newly appointed Western Balkans Representative for the United States State Department, who is on an official visit to Montenegro, on September 9th.

During the meeting, President Đukanović congratulated Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Palmer on his appointment to this responsible mission, which represents a confirmation of the continued US presence in the region. He emphasized the importance of being such a good connoisseur of the Balkans. “You can count on the absolute partnership of Montenegro and mine personally so that we can all do what is best for the region”, Đukanović said on this occasion.

The President also stressed that both sides share initial assessments of the problems in the region: insufficient peace and stability and a lack of clear vision of the prosperity of the region. “The path to overcoming the aforementioned problems is integration, and the Western Balkans does not have a desirable perspective without integration, which is why we strongly advocate enlargement policy”, Đukanović said. The President reminded that by its example, Montenegro shows that such a policy is delivering results, which is reflected by the country's membership in NATO and what makes this country the aspirant who has moved the farthest in the EU accession process.

“In addition to a clear vision, we also have a growing capacity to adopt reforms and overcome challenges, seeking to affirm regional cooperation as a good path to integration. It is very important for Europe to recognize its responsibility and strategic interest in integrating the Balkans”, the President said, noting that everyone in the region, together with partners like the US, should encourage Europe to begin a more active policy towards the WB as soon as possible.

According to the official statement by the PR office of The President, Đukanović took the opportunity to once again thank Washington for its support to Montenegro, especially in the area of ​​defence and security, and said that the priorities for the coming period were to strengthen the cybercrime and hybrid threats defence network. The President expressed interest in enhancing economic relations and attracting more US investment in Montenegro.

Palmer also expressed his satisfaction with the meeting, pointing out that it is no coincidence that Montenegro is the first destination he visited at the beginning of his term as our country is a leader and an example for others in the region. He briefed the President on the priorities of his mission: encouraging the opening of EU accession negotiations for Skopje and Tirana, returning to the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and seeking solutions for the functionality of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Palmer emphasized that he sees Montenegro as a partner in these processes, especially given the good relations it has with the countries of the region.

President Đukanović agreed on the choice of priorities, saying that the interests of Montenegro are identical and added that the forces in the region that are aspiring to Europe should be more strongly supported in order to encourage the WB to further integration.

08 Sep 2019, 10:59 AM

08 September 2019 - On September 09, Montenegrin President Milo Đukanović will host Matthew Palmer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs and the newly appointed Western Balkans Representative for the United States State Department, who will be in an official visit to Montenegro.

Following the meeting between President Đukanović and US Assistant Secretary of State Palmer, the PR Office of the President will issue a press release.

This September, the US Secretary of State has appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary Matthew Palmer as his Special Representative for the Western Balkans.  In this role, Palmer will lead US efforts to strengthen their diplomatic engagement in support of peace, stability, and prosperity in the region and focus on the integration of the Western Balkan countries into Western institutions.

As Special Representative, Palmer will attend meetings in Vienna and Podgorica, September 4-10. Palmer is expected to meet with Montenegrin President Milo Đukanović, according to the statement of the PR Office of the President.

Đukanović also recently (04.09) hosted a delegation from the United States Congress, led by Senator Lindsey Graham, who was visiting Montenegro. On this occasion, The President showed his appreciation for the attention the United States and Congress paid to Montenegro, as well as Washington's continued support, which he said contributed significantly to maintaining peace, consolidating multi-ethnic harmony, strengthening democracy and implementing social reforms.

The US Congressional delegation also included the wife of Senator McCain, who, in front of the McCain Institute recently hosted by President Đukanović, praised Montenegro's consistency in the fight for human rights, anti-trafficking, and offered expert and other co-operation in order to improve further Montenegro's rating, which was gladly accepted.

08 Sep 2019, 02:55 AM

07 September 2019 - Enlargement policy should be expression of common and honest commitment of the European Union and the Western Balkans, said the President of the Committee on International relations and Emigrants, Andrija Nikolić, at the Inter-parliamentary Conference for the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) and the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP), which was held in Helsinki as part of Finland’s EU presidency.

In a panel dedicated to current political developments in the Western Balkans region and the EU integration process, Nikolić said that Brussels should demonstrate a more decisive approach in pursuing enlargement policy, with a clearer policy towards the Western Balkans. He also stressed that he believes that EU session in October will be a signal for opening negotiation s with North Macedonia and Albania, as well as for opening last negotiating chapter with Montenegro. “That would restore optimism of candidate countries”, reads the statement of the Parliament of Montenegro.

In addition to MP Nikolic, the delegation of the Parliament of Montenegro was composed of members of the Security and Defence Committee, Luiđ Škrelja and Boris Mugoša, and a member of the Committee on International Relations and Emigrants, Ervin Ibrahimović.

The Inter-parliamentary Conference was opened by the Speakers of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence of the Parliament of Finland, Mika Niikko and Ilkka Kanerva, and the introductory part was addressed by: Finnish President Sauli Niinistö, President of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the European Parliament David McAllister and The High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini.

The conference was dedicated to various topics: “Stronger Europe for European future”, “Renewal of Trans-Atlantic unity in global relations”, “Exchange of views on EU priorities in CFSP-CSDP”  and “Where is the EU defence going: Strength for peace or Military strength?”

05 Sep 2019, 18:31 PM

05 September 2019 - President of Montenegro Milo Đukanović received a delegation from the United States Congress, led by Senator Lindsey Graham, who is visiting Montenegro.

President Đukanović thanked him for visiting and for the attention the United States and Congress paid to Montenegro, as well as Washington's continued support, which he said contributed significantly to maintaining peace, consolidating multiethnic harmony, strengthening democracy and implementing social reforms. He especially thanked him for his support for Montenegro's accession to NATO, which is the most important achievement of our society in recent history.

"When we were rebuilding our independence, we said that we wanted to bring Montenegro back to European and Euro-Atlantic values. We had a clear vision, and it proved to have a real strength to achieve this," said Đukanović and particularly emphasized the role of Congress in this, especially the recently deceased Senator John McCain.

President Đukanović also briefed the congressmen on the current situation in Montenegro, emphasizing commitment to the European and Euro-Atlantic value system, perseverance in defense of multiethnic democracy, continuous strengthening the rule of law and contribution to the stability of the region, as well as maintaining dynamic economic growth and improving the quality of life of people, as his office reported.

"We want to see more investors from the US and other NATO countries, aware that we are also getting new quality and standards," pointed out President of Montenegro.

The President also stressed the importance of more dynamic integration of the WB into the EU, as the most reliable guarantee of overcoming lagging behind, strengthening stability and prosperity, which is also crucial in maintaining the enthusiasm of the EU and its members for enlargement policy.

"We firmly believe that WB's place is in the EU and that the region can become an integral part of the European value system. The task of everyone in the region is to convince the EU of the importance of the integration process," Đukanović noted. 

He also underlined the importance of maintaining Euro-Atlanticism and strengthening NATO, to which Montenegro, as a responsible member, will make a full contribution.

Senator Graham and other members of the delegation thanked the President for receiving with compliments on Montenegro's leadership and achievements, her ability to find her own identity that would be aligned with the West in a very problematic environment. In that sense, full readiness of the Congress to help strengthen the role of Montenegro in the region was expressed, confirming and strengthening the decisions it made and their concrete implementation. Commenting on information on activities in the area of ​​reform and modernization of Montenegrin society, they congratulated Montenegro on all significant efforts and encouraged further progress.

All members of the delegation emphasized Senator McCain's attitude towards Montenegro, noting that this visit also had a sentimental line.

US Congressmen were also interested in further promoting the benefits of NATO membership, the influence of third parties, as well as its economic development, and expressed their readiness for full cooperation and support in this regard.

The US Congressional delegation also included the wife of Senator McCain, who, in front of the McCain Institute recently hosted by President Đukanović, praised Montenegro's consistency in the fight for human rights, anti-trafficking, and offered expert and other co-operation in order to improve further Montenegro's rating, which was gladly accepted.

Ambassador Judy Rising Reinke also participated in the meeting.

Read more news about politics in Montenegro at TMN's dedicated page.

03 Sep 2019, 20:07 PM

03 September 2019 - President of Montenegro Milo Đukanović, at the invitation of the President of the Republic of Poland, Andrzej Duda, attended a central ceremony marking the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II, which is being held in Warsaw, Poland.

Presidents of the Republic of Poland and the Federal Republic of Germany Andrzej Duda and Frank Walter Steinmeier opened the commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II. The ceremony began symbolically at 04 hours and 40 minutes in the Polish city of Wielun, when the first Nazi bombs fell on Poland and killed the first civilians.

"First of all, I am very pleased that, as President of Montenegro, I had the opportunity to attend a first-class international political event commemorating the 80th anniversary of the beginning of World War II, which, as we recall, began today in 1939 with the attack of Nazi Germany on Poland. I think the event itself is further significant because of the current context in both Europe and the global scene. So this is a time when memories of the importance of events like World War II are beginning to fade, and not only fading due to the passage of time, but especially in Europe because of the rising political rating of far-right politicians trying to rewrite history, trying to relativize the merits of liberators and the victor over fascism and at the same time relativize the responsibility of those who objectively found themselves on the side of fascism at that time," stated President of Montenegro Milo Đukanović as his Office reported.

Montenegro at 80th Anniversary Ceremony Since the Start of World War II

Leaders and other senior officials of the EU Member States, NATO and the Eastern Partnership were invited to the ceremony,  honoring all the victims of World War II by symbolically striking the "bell of peace" in Pilsudski Square and laying a wreath at the Monument to Unknown Heroes.

President Đukanović in the second part of the program attended official dinner in the Royal Castle which Polish President Duda organized for high officials.

"Montenegro is present at such an event, and it is not only historically based but, I would say, very current and significant for us. First of all, the magnificent 13th of July Uprising at that time, from fascism enslaved Europe, represents today, I would say, the most valuable legitimation of Montenegro before Europe and the world, but it seems to me that in addition, Montenegro needs to attend all the places where memory is stored and celebrating the victory over Nazism, to be present and to participate in all events that glorify and elevate anti-fascism as a permanent, moral and state-political vertical of Montenegro throughout its historical history, including current Montenegrin society," concluded Đukanović.

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02 Sep 2019, 16:48 PM

02 September 2019 - Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro Srđan Darmanović, attended Informal Meeting of Ministers for Foreign Affairs which takes place in Helsinki, Finland recently. Minister Darmanović was invited by High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini, and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Finland Pekka Haavisto. Minister of Foreign Affair of Montenegro Srđan Darmanović pointed out that Montenegro was encouraged by the support it received in further integration of Western Balkans.

"We believe that enlargement policy, based on the regatta principle, is the only credible strategy for the reform of our societies and acceleration of economic growth, but also for ensuring security, peace and competitiveness," stated Minister Srđan Darmanović.

He pointed out that Montenegro was a leader in the process and stated that he is sure that, by the end of this year, Montenegro is going to open the remaining negotiating Chapter VIII.

During the session dedicated to cooperation in the region Minister Darmanović said that Montenegro recognized the importance of progress every country had made towards its European Union journey.

Participants of the meeting in Helsinki exchanged opinions about human rights protection and gender equality and stated that respect for international law, promotion of universal human rights, democracy and rule of law were at the core of the foreign activities of the European Union, Cafe del Montenegro reports.

Minister Darmanović stressed Montenegro’s commitment to the protection and promotion of human rights at both the national and international level.

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28 Aug 2019, 19:56 PM

28 August 2019 - Montenegro and Germany have established dynamic bilateral relations at all levels, and additional efforts should be made to strengthen economic cooperation through stronger investment from the German businesspeople, said Prime Minister Duško Marković at the meeting with Deputy Chair of the CDU/CSU Parliamentary Group in the German Bundestag Katja Leikert.

Prime Minister Duško Marković spoke about the country's economic recovery, which is reflected in high growth rates, deficit reduction and excellent budget filling.

"The results are above expectations. The budget is stable, public revenues are higher than planned, and we have entered into a fierce showdown with the grey economy that has yielded results," he underlined.

Prime Minister Duško Marković emphasised the excellent tourist season, as well as the results and potential in the fields of agriculture and energy. Montenegro, he added, has turned to renewable energy and is an area that offers great opportunities for the German investors. The Government has placed particular emphasis on the strengthening of the overall infrastructure, as a key prerequisite for dynamic and sustainable development.

The meeting also addressed progress in the European integration process, freedom of the media, and successes in the fight against corruption and organised crime, as stated in the announcement by the Office of the Prime Minister.

"We have demonstrated strength and sustainability of institutional action in the combating organised crime and corruption. We have achieved great results in these areas," the Prime Minister of Montenegro underscored.

Prime Minister Duško Marković thanked Ms Katja Leikert for the support of the Government of Germany and the federal police, as well as the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, which has continuously assisted Montenegro in strengthening its institutional potential, and which organised the visit of Ms Leikert to Montenegro.

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23 Aug 2019, 23:56 PM

22 August 2019 - President of Montenegro Milo Đukanović recently hosted Dubravka Lalović, newly appointed extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Montenegro - Permanent Representative - Head of the Permanent Mission of Montenegro to NATO, on a resident basis, based in Brussels.

President of Montenegro Milo Đukanović wished the ambassador success in carrying out the diplomatic mission, pointing to Montenegro's commitment to the Transatlantic Alliance and the value system as a NATO member. In this regard, he expressed his support for further strengthening the Alliance through the work of Montenegrin Mission in Brussels.

The meeting was also an opportunity to recall the positive effects of Montenegro's membership in the Alliance, which, after only two years of full membership, is measurable in a number of areas, such as strengthening national security, enhancing macroeconomic stability, increasing investor confidence through increasing foreign direct investment and many others, as Office of the President of Montenegro reported.

After joining NATO, Montenegro has a much greater chance of development, and its inhabitants have more opportunities for education and employment, assessed recently the secretary for political and economic issues at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Montenegro Anna Kasprzak.

"Montenegro, which has celebrated two years of membership, has an exceptional opportunity for development, and the inhabitants have a much greater number of opportunities provided by NATO. The important fact is that each state has the same vote in the alliance, regardless of whether it is Poland which has 38 million inhabitants or Montenegro, with 620 thousand inhabitants," Kasprzak said on this occasion.

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20 Aug 2019, 00:22 AM

19 August 2019 - In recent years, especially after joining NATO, Montenegro has confirmed the already existing image of a safe and secure destination, which is one of the main factors for a modern tourist when choosing a holiday destination, said PR Manager of the National Tourism Organization (NTO) of Montenegro, Nina Vukčević.

In a video statement posted on the Twitter account of the Government of Montenegro, Vukčević said that in 2017, the number of tourists who visited Montenegro grew by 10 per cent when compared to the previous year, and that the number of overnight stays was 6 per cent higher than in 2016.

"The growth trend was also noted last year, when we achieved new records both in tourist turnover and in tourism revenue," Vukčević said.

According to the data from the National Tourism Organisation of Montenegro, from 2016 to 2018, there was a significant growth of tourists from the following countries: Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, Belgium, the United States of America (USA) and Canada.

"The growth of the number of tourists from the aforementioned markets was especially noted this year," Vukčević added.

Highlighting the increase in number of tourists, she noted that in the first four months of 2016, two thousand tourists from Germany visited Montenegro, and today that number is over 30 thousand for the same period.

"It's a really impressive result," Vukčević concluded, underlining that the growth in number of tourists is related to Montenegro’s image of a secure destination.

Read more about Politics in Montenegro at TMN's dedicated page.

17 Aug 2019, 11:39 AM

17 August 2019 - The Government of Montenegro will invest about 100 million EUR in the construction of new ski resorts, including the complete road, electricity and, utility infrastructure, by 2022, said the director of Public Works Directorate Resad Nuhodžić in an interview for Radio Montenegro.

The Public Works Administration, according to Nuhodžić, currently has over one hundred projects that include a large number of subprojects that are in the different stages of realization, mostly in northern Montenegro.

"Such a large number of projects is a direct indicator of a strategic commitment of the Government of Montenegro to invest in infrastructure development of the northern region and thus to affect the even development of the state. It is the Government’s goal to provide a higher standard of living to the inhabitants of the northern region,” says Nuhodžić.

In recent years, the Government of Montenegro has worked intensively to create conditions for the full valorisation of the tourism potential of northern municipalities, and to this end, new ski centres have been recognized as a great opportunity not only for tourism development, but also for improving the living conditions of the population and job creation.

Nuhodžić highlighted that the new Kolašin 1600 ski resort was opened in the middle of February this year, and the Government allocated 17 million EUR for that project. Another ski lift is planned at this location, which will connect the Kolašin 1600 and Kolašin 1450 ski resorts. Also, as the representatives of the Government informed the public several times in the past, the construction of three new ski centres has been initiated.

The construction of a traffic infrastructure worth close to two million euros is underway near Hajla Mountain in Rožaje. Upon completion of this work, conditions will be created for the construction of a cable car with supporting facilities worth more than nine million euros.

“Bjelo Polje’s Cmiljača will be the real winter jewel of Montenegro in a year. The site is currently under construction, which includes ten kilometres of long-term transport infrastructure, as well as electricity networks, as a precondition for the construction of ski slopes and cable cars, which have already been contracted, for a total value of about 11 million EUR,” said Nuhodžić.

Also, preparations are underway for the construction of a ski centre on the Žarski site in Mojkovac municipality. The Public Works Administration has already contracted the development of technical documentation and the construction of a cable car and ski slopes, and the Government will allocate close to 30 million EUR for the entire project.

He added that, unfortunately, some projects included irresponsible contractors, who did not comply with the contractual obligations. "I will recall that for these reasons we have recently terminated three contracts, and I would like to take this opportunity to once again publicly announce that the Administration Public Works Office and the Government of Montenegro will not tolerate if the irresponsibility of individual companies questions the implementation of capital projects. Therefore, I can judge the dynamics of the works as satisfactory, but it can certainly be better,” Nuhodžić said.

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