According to the statement released by the Prime Minister’s Office of Bulgaria, the Prime Minister of the Provisional Government, Jelib Dunev, met with the President of Montenegro, Milo Djukanovic, who is in Sofia on an official visit. The two discussed prospects for deepening bilateral relations, Montenegro’s European viewpoint and other current issues on the regional agenda.
Donev confirmed our country’s support for Montenegro’s accession to the European Union. According to the Prime Minister’s statement, the process of enlarging the European Union has established itself as a stabilizing factor in the region and a powerful catalyst for the implementation of important reforms. Donev also highlighted the importance of regional cooperation within the framework of current formats and initiatives, which are also key to achieving long-term security, stability and prosperity in Southeastern Europe. The Prime Minister congratulated Podgorica as Chair of the South-Eastern European Cooperation Process (SEECP) and drew attention to its ambitious programme, which includes priority areas of cooperation.
He also emphasized the traditional friendly relations between Bulgaria and Montenegro as a good basis for enhancing cooperation in tourism, culture, economy, investments, energy, security and defense. Donev also discussed with Djukanovic the possibilities of increasing the volume of trade with Montenegro by intensifying work on preparing a bilateral agreement to encourage investments.
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