July 10, 2013


Podgorica, President of Montenegro received the PACE Monitoring Committee co-rapporteurs
The President of Montenegro received today the PACE Monitoring Committee co-rapporteurs, Ms. Nursuna Memecan and Mr. Kimmo Sassi, representatives of the Republic of Turkey and Finland in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, respectively.

The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović expressed today during the meeting his gratefulness to the Council of Europe and Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe for their support to Montenegro in its reforms, which are of great significance for democratic progress of the society and prosperity of its citizens. He emphasized dedication of Montenegro to the Constitutional changes in the judicial system reform, which are aimed at further promotion of independence of the judiciary system, rule of law and European aspiration of our state. The President mentioned the interior and foreign-policy priorities of Montenegro, pointing out preservation and improvement of the friendly cooperation with all the neighboring states.

The PACE Monitoring Committee co-rapporteurs expressed their satisfaction over the progress of Montenegro in all the fields, and expressed special interest in the process of the Constitutional amendment for the purpose of provision of full independence of judiciary, improvement of living standard of Roma population in Montenegro and promotion of the relations between Montenegro and its neighboring countries.


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