“Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro Srdjan Darmanovic expressed satisfaction with Montenegro’s relations with the countries of the region today, saying that ‘relations with neighbors are a pillar of foreign policy.’
He had a working breakfast with journalists on the occasion of the two-year mandate of Prime Minister Dusko Markovic’s government, which ends at the end of the month.
‘Without safe and stable neighbors, we can not be good to them, so we help them,’ he explained.
Commenting on relations with Serbia and the fact that its top officials, President Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister Ana Barnabic, are not coming to Montenegro, the minister said that they are ‘the best and the most stable of the independence, and the cooperation is intense.'” (translated from Vijesti)