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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