Montenegro is committed to European integrations to its maximum, said Montenegrin president Filip Vujanovic, stating that the model of individual approach is efficient by the liabilities which each of the country's aspirants needs to possess.
Vujanovic hosted the Board for the delegation of foreign affairs from the National Parliament in Bulgaria, led by the president of the Board Mrs. Gemma Grozdanova.
As stated from Vujanovic’s office, he expressed high appreciation of the traditionally friendly relations between Montenegro and Bulgaria, which is continuously confirmed throughout productive meetings on the state level.
“He expressed his gratitude to Bulgaria for genuine dedication to accelerate entrance for the West Balkan countries into the European Union (EU), which is its priority while acting as president of EU Council," said the statement.
It is stated that Vujanovic pointed out a wide range of possibilities for improvement of the collaboration between the two countries, especially for the economy, and readiness of Montenegro to be fully engaged in this aspect.
He emphasized the significance of parliamentary collaboration and expressed gratitude to the National Parliament in Bulgaria on its support in the process of Montenegro’s entrance to the EU.
“He stresses the determination and maximum commitment of Montenegro to European integrations, stating that the model of individual approach is efficient by the liabilities which each of the country's aspirants needs to possess," stated the announcement.
Grozdanova agreed with the overview of the bilateral relations and the necessity to improve economic collaboration, and congratulated Montenegro on its achievements in European integrations, stating that most of the work has been already done.
Grozdanova considers Montenegro as a factor of stability in the region, and its membership in NATO a significant contribution in this aspect.
“She pointed out Bulgarian efforts to get specific assertions for each country in the West Balkans during the EU summit, to be held in Sofia in May, with the aim of having an efficient process in expanding the EU into the West Balkans," the statement concluded.
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