March 26, 2014

Cetinje, Newly-Appointed Ambassador of Australia Presents Credentials to President of Montenegro
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received today at his residence in Cetinje the letters of credence from the newly-appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Australia Julia Feeney, who will perform her duty in Montenegro on a non-residential basis.

President Vujanović wished Ambassador Feeney a successful mission, emphasizing friendly relations between Montenegro and Australia. He expressed his belief also for the possibility of establishing better economic relations between the two countries, pointing to the potentials of the Port of Bar and its free-trade zone, as well as already present interest of Australian businesses for investments in Montenegro. He particularly emphasized the interest of Australian company Balamara for lead and zinc mine in Mojkovac.

The President emphasized the importance of the Montenegrin national community in Australia, which is a good bridge of cooperation between the two states.

Emphasizing good relations between the two states, the Australian Ambassador Feeney stated the need to improve the current initiatives for cooperation in the area of economy and facilitate cooperation by interstate agreements. She agreed with the President that the Montenegrin community in Australia represents a good bridge of cooperation as well as that she greatly respects its ambition to create even stronger links with Montenegro.

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