Belgium strongly supports Montenegro's European path

Published on: Nov 24, 2021 5:30 PM Author: Public Relations Service of the Government of Montenegro

Montenegro and Belgium have excellent bilateral relations, which is a strong impetus to Montenegro's integration agenda. In the coming period, it is necessary to intensify cooperation in all areas of mutual interest, it was concluded at the meeting between Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapić and Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Belgium Alexander De Croo.

PM Krivokapić expressed satisfaction with the meeting with his Belgian counterpart and said that Montenegro has good cooperation with all EU member states, which is confirmed by the meetings he had with the highest officials in the previous period.

It gives me great pleasure to meet with you after talks with Chancellor Merkel and Chancellor Kurz, President Macron, Prime Minister Mitsotakis and others to exchange views on future cooperation between our countries, bilaterally and multilaterally, the Prime Minister said.

He reminded that Montenegro and Belgium are marking an important jubilee this year - 15 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations, and thanked Belgium for supporting Montenegro's strategic commitments.

Montenegro remains committed to the key principles of foreign policy - European integration, NATO alliance and regional cooperation, the Prime Minister concluded.

Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo expressed satisfaction with the meeting with the Prime Minister of Montenegro and said that the Government of the Kingdom of Belgium will continue to strongly support Montenegro's European path. Montenegro has comparative advantages as a small country in the process of joining the European Union. You have good natural resources for the development of tourism and energy, said the Belgian Prime Minister.

The officials exchanged views on the impact of the health crisis on economic recovery, and expressed the expectation that room will be created for intensifying cooperation between the two countries in all areas of common interest.

Zdravko Krivokapić - Aleksander De Kro
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