PODGORICA – The Government of Montenegro held a special session today on obligations from the European agenda.
President of the Supreme Court of Montenegro Vesna Medenica, Supreme State Prosecutor of Montenegro and President of the Prosecutorial Council Ivica Stanković, President of the Committee on European Integration of the Parliament of Montenegro Adrijan Vuksanović and Head of the EU Delegation to Montenegro Aivo Orav attended the session, chaired by Prime Minister Duško Marković.
The Cabinet has considered and adopted the Proposal of Programme of Accession of Montenegro to the European Union 2018-2020 and the proposal of the Dynamic work plan on temporary and final benchmarks of the negotiating chapters of Montenegro with the European Union and tasked the Ministry of European Affairs to coordinate the work on drafting the quarterly reports on implementation of obligations from Programme of Accession of Montenegro to the European Union 2018-2020 and to inform the Government on the implementation of the Dynamic Plan on a monthly basis.
It was stated that the Government is fully committed to meeting the obligations of the European agenda with the jointly expressed position that the membership of Montenegro in the European Union, i.e. the successful fulfillment of the European integration process, is one of the key priorities of the state and society.
It was assessed that the fulfillment of obligations from the integration process is the duty of all segments and institutions and other entities involved in the process and that it implies the development of the necessary additional capacities, knowledge and skills.
The Prime Minister pointed out that besides the areas where Montenegro has progressed, there are also those in which we are not progressing at a fast pace, which is the shortcoming of the entire society.