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Vujanović with Mogherini: Terrorism case to be resolved

Federica Mogherini meets with Filip Vujanovic, President of Montenegro; © European Union, 2017/Photo: Savo Prelevic

cdm logoPODGORICA – At a meeting with EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission, Federica Mogherini, Montenegrin president Filip Vujanović said Wednesday that he was confident the opposition would achieve its political objectives in Parliament, CdM reports.

He added that he hoped the criminal case concerning terrorist activities planned on election day would be efficiently treated and that the trial in this case would be fully transparent and public.

He pointed out that the state policy of Montenegro would continue to further affirm the position of Montenegro as a good example in the region with no outstanding issues and a vast area of cooperation with its neighbours.

“We are strongly committed to continue European integration and the accession negotiations are an opportunity to accelerate the reforms and strengthen our institutions. I am pleased with the dynamics of the NATO integration of Montenegro,” Vujanovic stated.

According Mogherini, her regional visit is aimed at promoting the EU’s open door policy and encouraging the Western Balkan countries to be fully committed to European integration and solve internal and mutual problems through dialogue, while affirming regional cooperation.

“Montenegro is the leader of European integration and I want it to continue its dedicated attitude in the accession negotiations,” she said.

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