September 19, 2013

Cetinje, the Newly-appointed Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Presents the Letter of Credence to the President V
The President Vujanović received today the letter of credence from the Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Me. Ian Robert Whitting.

The President Vujanović expressed his gratitude for strong and continuous support of the United Kingdom to our European and Euro-Atlantic integration. He stated his high respect for valuable contribution of the UK to education of our army and achievement of NATO standards, preparation and performance of the peace-keeping missions of our army, as well as significant assistance provided to us both financially and in terms of expertise in relation to surplus weapons destruction. In addition, he assessed that we can provide for valuable business partnerships in the field of economy, by strengthening the contractual basis and comprehensive promotion of economic cooperation.

The Ambassador Whitting assessed highly the achievements of Montenegro in the European and Euro-Atlantic integration, emphasizing that the United Kingdom would be further ready to strongly support Montenegro in reaching the EU and NATO standards. He expressed his readiness to contribute to further promotion of bilateral relations by his rich diplomatic experience. more
September 19, 2013

Cetinje, the President of Montenegro Receives the Letter of Credence from the Newly-appointed Ambassador of Serbia
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received today in Cetinje the letter of credence of the Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia Mr. Zoran Bingulac.

The President Vujanović stated that relations between Montenegro and Serbia were closest and most friendly, reiterating that these should be a role model of the region and as such recognized in the international community. In addition, he pointed out that intensity and quality of the state relations represented a good basis for continuation and strengthening of economic cooperation as well as cooperation in the field of culture, education, science and sport. The President assessed highly the value of the official visit of the President of Serbia Tomislav Nikolić to Montenegro in January this year and expressed his expectation that the good cooperation of the two governments and all the state bodies would be intensified, for which there was equal and mutual interest of both Montenegro and Serbia.

The Ambassador Bingulac agreed that closeness of the two states should be a basis for cooperation in all the fields, pointing out that he would dedicate his diplomatic mandate to such partnership. He said that we depended on each other and that our closeness in the history and present time should be a clear message for the future. more
September 19, 2013

Cetinje, President Vujanović Receives Letters of Credence from Newly-Appointed Ambassador of Hungary
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received today in Cetinje the Letters of Credence from the Ambassador of Hungary, Mr. Krisztián Pósa.

President Vujanović expressed his thanks for the assistance and support provided by Hungary to our European and Euro-Atlantic integration with expectation that it will be continued as well as that Hungary will continue to have such attitude towards our capital integration objectives. He expressed his satisfaction over comprehensive relations in all fields and the expectation that the high quality of state relations will further enhance the already good economic relations. To this effect, the President assessed that the Ambassador’s mission will be first and foremost oriented to the new achievements of economic cooperation.

Ambassador Pósa agreed with the assessment of high quality of bilateral relations and a need for further promotion of economic cooperation. He reiterated the support of Hungary to the European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Montenegro expressing his belief that the official visit of the President of Hungary János Áder to Montenegro next year will be for the purpose of confirming and promoting such relations between the two close and friendly countries. more
September 17, 2013

Albania, Vujanović at the 5th Regional Summit of Heads of State
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović participated today in the Regional Summit of Heads of State which took place in Durrës.

The following is the speech given by President Vujanović:

Your Excellencies,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Dear Friends,

First of all, I would like to express my gratitude to President Nishani for the excellent organization of the meeting and for the welcome extended.

Regional Summit of Heads of State has proven to promote the closeness of our relations and commitment of our states to dialogue on all issues of regional and wider importance. I am pleased to note that this fifth Summit here in Durrës, also affirms these values.

As in all other circumstances, I point out that within the foreign policy of Montenegro, regional policy aims to reaffirm good neighbourly relations, and promote intensive and comprehensive cooperation with all the countries of the region, based on full mutual inter-state respect and achieving of all mutual relations. The lack of open issues in relations with the neighbours and countries in the region, in line with the tradition of our close relations, is a confirmation of the appropriateness of this approach. It is a quality that must pose a genuine ambition for the wider region.
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September 17, 2013

Albania, Presidents Vujanović - Nishani
On the sidelines of the Summit of Heads of State in Durres, Montenegrin President Filip Vujanović had a meeting with the President of Albania, Bujar Nishani.

Presidents Vujanović and Nishani expressed mutual satisfaction over the neighborly relations between Montenegro and Albania with the assessment that regional projects should be promoted to the maximum extent, the Adriatic-Ionian highway and the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline. The presidents expressed their expectation of good dynamics of the construction of the road Plav - Podgorica, which is of great significance to both countries. They communicated the joint willingness to cooperate in the process of European integration and full support in the integration processes. more
September 17, 2013

Durres, Vujanović - Jahjaga
President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović, met today with the President of Kosovo, Atifete Jahjaga.

President Vujanović expressed hope that the issue of the authentic representation of the Montenegrin minority in Kosovo would be resolved as soon as possible, which would create the conditions for the exchange of ambassadors between the two countries.

The President expressed his appreciation of the achieved agreement between Serbia and Kosovo, and the expectation of continuing discussions with the participation of the EU, as well as the high-quality implementation of the agreed. He expressed his satisfaction over the fact that the Chambers of Commerce of Serbia and Kosovo commenced talks on improving economic cooperation in August this year, at the Chamber of Economy of Montenegro.

President of Kosovo, Jahjaga assessed the political situation in Kosovo as stable, to which the local elections in Kosovo will contribute as well, firmly believing that they will take place in a very democratic atmosphere. Jahjaga said that securing authentic representation for the Montenegrin minority is at the final stage and that there is a lot of willingness to accelerate the process.
She commended Montenegro and its Chamber of Economy for successful organizing of the meeting of representatives of the Chambers of Commerce of Serbia and Kosovo, opening the possibility of further development of economic cooperation between the two states. more
September 17, 2013

Durres, Presidents Vujanović – Ivanov
The President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović and the President of Macedonia, Gjorge Ivanov met in Durres, where they participated in the Summit of Heads of States.

Presidents Vujanović and Ivanov noted traditionally good and close relations between the two countries and the possibility of promoting cooperation in the area of European and Euro-Atlantic integration within the framework of bilateral activity in the region. They confirmed the importance and interest for the continuation of cooperation in international institutions.

Presidents Vujanović and Ivanov promoted the values of presidential initiative of the Western Balkans, Croatia and Slovenia in the “Brdo Process”, which was successful with the participation of the President of France, François Hollande and expressed expectation of further improvement of this process. more
September 16, 2013

President Vujanović Congratulated Municipality Day of Žabljak
The President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović, extended his congratulatory message to the citizens, councilors and presidents of the Assembly and Municipality on the occasion of the Municipality Day of Žabljak.

“I am convinced that, with dynamic and quality renewal of existing resources and adequate valorization of exceptional natural potentials, intensive cooperation of state institutions and local self-government, Žabljak will be another example of successful and steadfast implementation of developmental values of our North and Montenegro as a whole.

An aspiration to make Žabljak pride of our tourism industry, I see as a common goal,” reads the congratulatory message of President Vujanović. more
September 14, 2013

Cetinje, President of Montenegro received the Prime Minister and Minister of Defense of Thailand
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received today in Cetinje the Prime Minister and Minister of Defense of the Kingdom of Thailand, H.E. Ms. Jingluk Shinavatra, who pays an official visit to Montenegro.

The President Vujanović assessed that the two states, although faraway geographically, had a possibility to cooperate in a comprehensive and intensive manner. He pointed to the necessity of forming a contractual basis for cooperation of the two states and signing of a Protocol on Cooperation by the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, which text had been harmonized, as well as establishment of political consultations of the two ministries, through which the cooperation would be improved in the fields of mutual interest. The President also expressed his expectation that appointment of a non-resident Ambassador of Montenegro to Thailand as well as Honorary Consul of Montenegro in that friendly country, would add to the cooperation.
The collocutors concluded that there was wide room for economic cooperation, whereby the Port of Bar as well as the Free Customs Zone, taking into account its regional significance, may have an important role.

The Prime Minister of Thailand, Ms. Shinavatra agreed with the need of establishing intensive and comprehensive relations between the two states, stating great significance of the Business Forum, which will be organized in our Chamber of Commerce and assessing that signing of the Memorandum on Cooperation by our Chamber of Commerce and the Commercial Association of Thailand would strongly contribute to the economic cooperation. She assessed that her visit as well as the visit of Prime Minister of Montenegro to Thailand would make a great contribution to that cooperation. more
September 13, 2013

President Vujanović Congratulates the Jewish Holiday
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović congratulated the great holiday Yom Kippur to the citizens of Jewish religion, members of the Jewish Community of Montenegro and the President Jasha Alfandari.

“I am writing to extend my congratulations convinced that this great Jewish holiday would strengthen the spirit of tolerance, respect and inter-religious harmony by its noble symbolism, by which our Montenegro has been continuously characterized, and that it would support the promotion of the lasting ethical values personified in the philanthropy, truth and justice.

In our aspiration to build a more beautiful future for every our citizen and our home Montenegro I reiterate my congratulations on the occasion of Yom Kippur, reads the congratulatory message of the President Vujanović. more
September 13, 2013

Podgorica, President Vujanović received the newly appointed Ambassador Milomir Mihaljević
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received today the newly appointed Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Montenegro to the Republic of Bulgaria Milomir Mihaljević.

Assessing Montenegrin-Bulgarian relations as comprehensive and intensive and emphasizing his gratefulness to Bulgaria for the support to integration processes of Montenegro, the President pointed out the need of further development of the same, particularly in the field of economic cooperation.

The Ambassador Mihaljević said that he would be dedicated to further intensification of the already very comprehensive cooperation between Montenegro and the Republic of Bulgaria. more
September 11, 2013

Podgorica, President of Montenegro received the Deputy Prime Minister of Azerbaijan
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received the Deputy Prime Minister of Azerbaijan Mr. Elchin Afandiyev.

The President expressed his gratefulness to the citizens of Azerbaijan, Government and President Aliyev for the two great and valuable donations to Montenegro, reconstruction of the King’s Park in Podgorica and Day Care in Bijelo Polje. He stated his satisfaction over the investment of SOCAR in Kumbor, which will represent one of the most prestigious tourist complexes in the Adriatic region. The President pointed out the good relations between the two states, expecting further promotion of economic relations.

The Deputy Prime Minister of Azerbaijan Elchin Afandiyev expressed his gratitude for the intention to open a monument in the King’s Park to the great man of Azerbaijan Huseyn Javid and for assigning the name Baku, Capital of Azerbaijan, to a street in Podgorica. He agreed with the need to promote very close and friendly relations of Montenegro and Azerbaijan, to which this visit made a contribution. more
September 09, 2013

Podgorica, President Vujanović Receives Speaker of the Senate of Canada
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received today the Speaker of the Senate of Canada Noel Kinsella with a delegation who is on an official visit to Montenegro.

The President expressed pleasure with the visit of the Speaker of the Senate, stating that this visit is so far the highest-level visit from Canada to Montenegro. He expressed his expectation that it is further encouragement of improvement of the state relations and continuation of the economic cooperation, which will facilitate new Canadian investments in Montenegro and new economic partnership as well as better cooperation in the field of tourism. He pointed out his belief that one of the greatest investments in our tourism, Porto Montenegro is a great encouragement to the Canadian companies to invest in Montenegro, with expectation that this will be achieved with the activities of the states and economic associations.

The President expressed his respect to Canada for a strong support provided to the Euro-Atlantic integration of Montenegro and expectation that it will be continued.

The Speaker of the Canadian Senate Kinsella said that Montenegro has done a lot in its integration activities as well as that Canada strongly supports the membership of Montenegro in NATO expressing readiness of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly to continue with the support. He agreed with the President on successful investments of the Porto-Montenegro complex sharing the assessment that it is encouragement to the new Canadian investments. He also expressed his expectation that the contractual basis between the two states should be strengthened in terms of economic cooperation. more
September 09, 2013

President of Montenegro Receives Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba
The President of Montenegro Filip Vujanović received today the Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba H.E. Mrs. Mercedes Martinez Valdez in a farewell visit.

The President thanked Ambassador Mercedes for the contribution to the good state relations between Montenegro and Cuba. He stated that Montenegro can establish stronger economic relations with Cuba and expand cooperation especially in the field of maritime traffic and trade. Although geographically distant, Montenegro and Cuba should promote fostering cooperation in the field of tourism.

The President wished a successful work to Ambassador Mercedes in her new position with expectation that the relations between Montenegro and Cuba will continue to improve.

Ambassador Mercedes Martinez Valdez agreed on the good state relations as well as that the economic cooperation should be encouraged. She noted a progress Montenegro had made, with belief that the relations between the two countries will develop intensively in all fields. more
September 09, 2013

Podgorica, President Vujanović Receives Ambassador of the United Kingdom
The President of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović received today the Ambassador of the United Kingdom, H.E. Ms. Catherine Knight-Sands in a farewell visit.

The President expressed his gratitude to the United Kingdom for a continued and strong support provided to Montenegro in its European and Euro-Atlantic integration voicing pleasure with bilateral relations. He assessed that the relations between the two countries are at a high political level and that there is room for improvement of economic cooperation. Montenegro has a strong interest that the British companies invest here thus developing partner relationships, and that ever more British tourists visit Montenegro
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In appreciation of the Ambassador’s high personal contribution to the promotion of good relations between the United Kingdom and Montenegro, President Vujanović presented her with the Order of the Montenegrin Flag, Second Degree.

Ambassador Kate Knight-Sands highly valued the successes of Montenegro during her nearly four year tenure, pointing to the continuation of the integration progress and responsible attitude of Montenegro in achieving these objectives.

Ambassador Kate agreed that a high level of state relations should be used as a good basis for improvement of economic relations, to which her successor will be certainly devoted. more
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