Ten ambassadors of European countries had a “working visit” to the beautiful coastal city of Ulcinj. They were led by the Head of the Division of the EU Political Affairs and European Integration, Plamena Halacheva and Ambassador of the EU in Montenegro, Aivo Orav. The President of the Albanian majority municipality, Nazif Cungu and his associates discussed the implementation of projects regarding preservation and protection of the environment. The ambassadors on the trip included: Ferdinand Nagy of Romania, Ana Jankovic of Austria, Vincenzo Del Monaco of Italy, Mitja Močnik of Slovenia, Kristin Tudik of France, Roman Hloben of Slovakia, Mladen Chervenakov of Bulgaria, Athanasiou Sotirios of Greece,Irena Tatarzyńska of Poland, and deputy German Ambassador Uwe Merkete. (Translated from Vijesti)
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