“Presidential and local elections have shown that Montenegro is stable on the European and Euro-Atlantic paths. In the new reality of full political stability of the Government, it will strengthen the efficiency of work on the European agenda, said Prime Minister Duško Marković.

As Markovic said, he met today with ambassadors of the countries of the Visegrad Group – Hungary, Christian Posme, Slovakian Roman Hleb and the Czech Republic, Karel Urban, and the Ambassador of the Poland, Anne Kaspšak.

‘In a politically stable environment, we will concentrate on European integration by fulfilling one obligation at a time, with particular focus on meeting the provisional benchmarks for negotiating chapters 23 and 24,’ Markovic said.” (translated from RTCG)