Milatović: At the most important addresses in Romania, it has been confirmed that we have serious potential for intense economic cooperation

After being welcomed with the highest state honors at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace in Bucharest, where a meeting was held with the President of the Republic of Romania, Klaus Iohannis, the President of Montenegro, Jakov Milatović, met with the President of the Romanian Senate, Nicolae Ciucă, and the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Alfred Simonis, at the Parliamentary Palace.

During separate meetings with representatives of the Romanian Parliament, it was noted that the relationship between the two countries is characterized by traditional friendship and excellent bilateral cooperation.

Also, the need for further cultural connectivity between the two countries was expressed in order to better understand and strengthen interstate cooperation.

As part of the visit to Romania, President Milatović also met with Romanian Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu. On that occasion, he pointed out the most significant foreign policy priorities of our country, emphasizing Montenegro’s commitment to achieving the most important goal – full membership of our country in the EU.

He also added that Montenegro has fully aligned its policy with the EU’s common foreign and security policy.

There was mutual interest expressed in strengthening bilateral cooperation, with an emphasis on the importance of establishing air connectivity between the two countries, which would be a significant step in strengthening cooperation in the fields of economy and tourism.
During his stay in Bucharest, President Milatović laid a wreath at the monument to the unknown hero in Carol Park and gave a lecture at the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration.