November 12, 2012

Czechia, President Vujanović with President Klaus
The President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović had a meeting today in Prague with the President of the Czech Republic Vaclav Klaus.

Montenegro can continue to count on the full support of Czechia on its path towards the full-fledged membership in the European Union and NATO, and between the two states there is a room for improvement of economic cooperation, especially in the field of energy, it was stated today following the meeting between the Montenegrin and Czech Presidents, Filip Vujanović and Vaclav Klaus.

After the meeting in Prague, President Vujanović said that the meeting represented a continuation of a good communication and confirmation of excellent state relations between Montenegro and Czechia, which gained more and more in value also in the sphere of economic cooperation.

He reminded that the President of Czechia paid an official visit to Montenegro in April last year, when a business forum was organized, from which a message was sent to the businessmen of the two countries to intensify the cooperation, and also to the governments of the two states to make a good contractual basis for a better mutual economic communication.

“I believe it is clear that Czechia has been more and more present in Montenegro. It is known that this state has provided the loan for reconstruction of Podgorica-Nikšić railway, it has made a research of hydro potential in the north of Montenegro, and it has significantly participated in remediation of the Jalovište site in Mojkovac”, pointed out President Vujanović.

According to his words, the interest of the Czech capital for investment in Montenegro is substantial, especially in energy sector, adding that it was one of the central topics of the talks with President Klaus.

“We talked about European and Euro-Atlantic integration and I took this opportunity to express gratitude to Czechia for the support provided to Montenegro on its path towards EU and NATO”, President Vujanović said.

The President of Montenegro assessed that his participation in the plenary session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Prague represented a strong promotion of our state in Euro-Atlantic integration.

“I am very satisfied with the Summit, at which I had meetings suitable to its significance, I mean, with NATO Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen and President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, Karl Lamers. At this gathering as well as during the meetings I promoted the need of Montenegro to, by achieving the NATO standards both in the economic and political spheres, use the North-Atlantic Alliance and ensure better quality of life for all its citizens”, President Vujanović said.

He pointed out that the gathering in Prague showed that NATO is not only security alliance but also an association that is significantly committed to economic and political issues.

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