Spajić submitted an exposition to the Assembly: Our vision is Montenegro as the Switzerland of the Balkans and the Singapore of Europe

"The government, which I am presenting to you today, is a reflection of the understanding of exactly those expectations from the June elections," said the president

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Spajić, Photo: Boris Pejović
Spajić, Photo: Boris Pejović

The representative for the composition of the 44th Government, Milojko Spajić, submitted today to the Assembly an exposition on the composition of his cabinet.

"Our vision is Montenegro as the Switzerland of the Balkans and the Singapore of Europe. The government, which I am presenting to you today, is a reflection of the understanding of exactly those expectations from the June elections," said Mandate Spajić.

In his exposition, the leader of the Europe Now Movement stated that social and ethno-national divisions and tensions, "which we have unfortunately witnessed in previous years and decades, must remain behind us".

"We must use the mandate we received to build social cohesion, strengthen national unity and make Montenegro, for each of its citizens, the most beautiful place to live, where different identities are understood as wealth and not a reason for discrimination, where knowledge, ability and integrity are measures of personal and collective success, and the state and its administration are a mechanism at the service of citizens and a reason for their true pride. Our vision is Montenegro as the Switzerland of the Balkans and the Singapore of Europe. The government, which I present to you today, is a reflection of the understanding of precisely those expectations from June elections," Spajić stated in his exposé.

The composition of the cabinet, which consists of:

Deputy Prime Minister for Security, Internal Policy, European and Foreign Affairs - Aleksa Bečić

Deputy Prime Minister for the political system, judiciary and anti-corruption - Momo Koprivica

Deputy Prime Minister for Labour, Education, Health and Social Affairs - Srđan Pavićević

Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Policy and Minister of Economic Development - Nik Đeljošaj

Deputy Prime Minister for Demography and Youth and Minister of Sports and Youth - Dragoslav Šćekić

Minister of Foreign Affairs - Filip Ivanovic

Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs - Filip Radulović

Minister of Spatial Planning, Urbanism and State Property - Janko Odović

Minister of European Affairs - Maida Gorčević

Minister of Finance - Novica Vuković

Minister of Education, Science and Innovation prof. Dr. Anđela Jakšić Stojanović

Minister of Justice - Andrej Milović

Minister of Labor and Social Welfare - Naida Nišić

Minister of Health - Dr. Vojislav Šimun

Minister of Energy and Mining - Prof. Dr. Saša Mujović

Minister of Internal Affairs - Boris Bogdanović

Minister of Defense - Dragan Krapović

Minister of Tourism, Ecology, Sustainable Development and Development of the North, Vladimir Martinović

Minister of Culture and Media - Tamara Vujović

Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management - Vladimir Joković

Minister of Public Administration - Maraš Dukaj

Minister of Human and Minority Rights - Fatmir Đeka.

You can read the complete exposition HERE.

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