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NATO Council Session: Montenegro successfully fulfills all obligations and confirms that it is credible and reliable ally

NATO Council Session: Montenegro successfully fulfills all obligations and confirms that it is credible and reliable ally
Published date 20.12.2018 13:54 | Author PR Service

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The Council of NATO held its third session today, chaired by the President of the Council, Prime Minister Duško Marković. The Council reviewed several documents and noted that Montenegro, by its approach and quality and timely fulfillment of obligations within the Alliance, confirmed that it is a credible and reliable ally which is recognized by the all NATO Member States.

In the context of the consideration of the implementation of Montenegro's Political Priorities in NATO in 2018, the Council noted that the successful profiling of our country in the Alliance is important for the process of Montenegro's accession to the European Union.

The Council considered the Report on the Annual Chairmanship of Montenegro by the US-Adriatic Charter (A5). It was concluded that through the organization of 17 meetings at the high and working level, Montenegro, in this way, proved to be a responsible ally that is ready to contribute to NATO policies, stability of the region and promotion of Euro-Atlantic values in the Western Balkans.

The Report on the Implementation of the Action Plan for the Implementation of the Communication Strategy "Montenegro NATO member 2018-2020", as well as the 2019 Draft Action Plan, were reviewed and noted that the Strategy is being successfully implemented and that the activities envisaged for the next year corresponds fully with the basic objectives of the document.

The Council also considered the Report on the Implementation of the Action Plan for strengthening the national system of crisis response. It was pointed out the need for an improved normative framework with the aim of defining and positioning a special national crisis management center.

PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF MONTENEGRO