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Prime Minister Spajić meets with leaders of top Fr...
Prime Minister Spajić meets with leaders of top French companies: Plenty of room for cooperation and investment
Prime Minister Milojko Spajić met with representatives of MEDEF during a working visit to France.
During the meeting attended by officials from numerous ministries and French companies, the Prime Minister expressed the intention of the 44th Government to transform and diversify the economy, necessitating collaboration with the most successful companies, which members of MEDEF undoubtedly are.
The development of bilateral relations between Montenegro and France will be based on four pillars defined in the overarching strategic document, which Prime Minister Spajic discussed yesterday with President of France Emmanuel Macron.
Today's discussion with leaders of the most successful French companies continues to strengthen ties between the two countries, with the common message being that there is plenty of room for cooperation.
Discussions centered around the need for additional promotion of Montenegro's investment, tourism, and other economic potentials in France, with an invitation extended to company and institution leaders to visit Montenegro.
Concrete infrastructure projects were also discussed, aimed at enabling significantly faster, more balanced, and sustainable development of Montenegro.
Focus was also placed on tourism, hospitality, economy, business, and cybersecurity during the discussions.
It was noted that there are numerous benefits for foreign investments, and the business environment in Montenegro will further develop through initiated reforms.
The presence of several French companies in successful projects in Montenegro was highlighted, with MEDEF proposing further discussions through liaison with the Chamber of Economy of Montenegro and local companies.
MEDEF is the largest and most significant French business association, comprising 7,100 companies and 85 business councils!
MEDEF conducts activities in over 120 countries, with partners including, among others, the World Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, as well as AFD and Proparco.