Croatia will continue to provide its full contribution both as a member of the European Union and as a neighboring country that inherits excellent relations with Montenegro.
This was announced by Croatian Ambassador to Montenegro Veselko Grubišić in a conversation with Prime Minister Milojko Spajić.
As announced by the Government, Grubišić conveyed to Spajić a message of Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković's support for the European integration of Montenegro.
Spajić held consultations today with Grubišić and North Macedonia's ambassador Zećir Ramčilović, ahead of his participation in the meeting of the leaders of NATO member states from the region with Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, which will be held in Skopje.
"Montenegro is committed to improving regional cooperation, and one of the Government's priorities in the coming period will be the strengthening of relations in all areas of common interest. Relations with Croatia and North Macedonia are additionally strengthened by the alliance within the North Atlantic Alliance," is the conclusion of today's consultations, he states. in the announcement of the Government.
Ramčilović, it was added, expressed his satisfaction with the intensive communication between the two countries at the highest level and pointed out the importance of Spajić's upcoming visit to Skopje.
"The ambassador assessed that, bearing in mind that this is the first visit in the mandate of the 44th Government, it is at the same time a clear intention of Montenegro to cooperate closely with the countries of the region both within NATO and on the plan of achieving the common goal - membership in The interlocutors assessed that the participation of Prime Minister Milojko Spajić in the meeting of the leaders of NATO member states from the region with Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, which will be held on Wednesday in Skopje, will be a good opportunity to strengthen cooperation within NATO. but also with regard to the implementation of specific projects among the member states", the Government announcement states.
It is added that the meetings also discussed the improvement of bilateral cooperation.