Montecargo called on the Government to solve the problem related to the Seoca mine: Regarding the business of several companies in Montenegro

They add that the blockade also happened at the end of March and the beginning of April for six days, when the consequences for everyone in the chain were at a high level and, they claim, left a mark that is impossible to rehabilitate, a new blockade of the same nature is emerging

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Photo: Luka Zeković
Photo: Luka Zeković
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The Montecargo company called on the government to solve the problem as soon as possible regarding the blockade of the Seoca mine, on which the operations of several companies in Montenegro depend, including this railway company.

They announced themselves after yesterday's meeting between Minister of Energy and Mining Saša Mujović and Minister of Labor and Social Welfare Naida Nišić with representatives of former bauxite mine employees.

The workers of Montecargo expressed their concern for the further survival of Montecargo, the collapse of the entire railway system, the disruption of the operations of the Port of Bar and Uniprom...

They state that on June 7, together with the Port of Bar and Unipro Metali, they addressed all the relevant authorities in the country, headed by the Prime Minister, due to the blockade of the Seoc mine, which, they said, prevented the work of many economic entities in Montenegro.

"Apart from Montecargo, as one of the threatened parties, which operates on a commercial basis, there is also the company UNIPROM Metali, Luka Bar and other entities that make up the complete railway system in Montenegro, and we consider the resulting situation very difficult and alarming, and which requires systemic solution, so that the consequences that are already felt do not reach a high level and threaten the financial stability and survival of the companies, which are direct participants and organizers of the mining, transportation and transshipment of bauxite ore," the announcement states.

They add that the blockade also happened at the end of March and the beginning of April for six days, when the consequences for everyone in the chain were at a high level and, they claim, left a mark that is impossible to rehabilitate, a new blockade of the same nature is emerging.

"We understand the problem of the former bauxite mine workers and we want it to be solved, but not in a way that endangers the existence of 2000 workers (Montecargo 300, Uniprom 300, Luka Bar 500 and other railway companies 900 employees). That is why we appeal both to the competent institutions and to former bauxite mine workers to let us work and not to question the existence of 2000 workers", they concluded.

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