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PM Marković to take part in CEEC-China 16+1 Summit in Budapest

Published date 26.11.2017 20:09 | Author PR Service

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Prime Minister Duško Marković will travel tonight to Hungary to attend the 6th Central Eastern European Countries and China (CEEC-China 16+1) Summit.

Prime Minister Marković will meet in Budapest with Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China Li Keqiang, and host of the Summit, Prime Minister of Hungary Victor Orban.

The Summit will also be an opportunity for bilateral meetings of the Prime Minister of Montenegro with other leaders of the participating countries.

During the Summit, within the 16+1 Initiative, cooperation agreements in certain areas will be signed.

Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs Osman Nurković will be also traveling with the Prime Minister.


Public Relations Service of the Government of Montenegro will provide photographs and video footage of the presentation of the Prime Minister at the Summit, as well as of other events.

Address of the Prime Minister of Montenegro at the Plenary Session of the Summit is expected at 11:00.

Prime Minister will make a statement to the media after the plenary session ends.

Bilateral and other meetings are scheduled for the afternoon hours.

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The 16 + 1 mechanism was officially launched at the First Summit of Heads of Government of the People's Republic of China and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe in Warsaw in 2012.

Countries of Central and Eastern Europe involved in the project are: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Serbia.

Summits of heads of government take place once a year, as a rule in November or December. After Warsaw, Bucharest, Belgrade, Suzhou (China) and Riga, this year’s summit will be hosted by Budapest. Heads of government adopt a final document, commonly referred to as "guidelines".

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