In the year in which we celebrate the decade of restored independence and only four years after the formal opening of negotiations
European Western Balkans continues with series of interviews with key people from Western Balkans countries which are involved in European integration process of their countries.Mr. Aleksandar Andrija Pejović is as State Secretary – Chief Negotiator for negotiations over Montenegro’s accession to the European Union.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Miodrag Vlahovic, received the ambassador of Japan to Serbia and Montenegro, H.E. Mr. Tadashi Nagai Minister of Foreign Affairs, Miodrag Vlahovic, received the ambassador of Japan to Serbia and Montenegro, H.E. Mr. Tadashi Nagai, in Podgorica today.Diplomatic notes of the Foreign Ministry of Japan and the Foreign Ministry of Montenegro on establishing diplomatic relations between the two countries at the ambassadorial level have been exchanged on this occasion. It was stated in the notes that establishing of diplomatic relations would contribute to strengthening further partnership and cooperation between Montenegro and Japan...
The most common sentence of Minister Vlahović, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro, is clear: It will be a peaceful and a persuasive process...
The Acting head of the International Commission for Balkans and the former premier of Italy ,Giuliano Amato, has recently concluded that European Union is treating Balkans is if it were one of its colonies. He also warns that saving the State Union (of Serbia and Montenegro) does not provide for the stability in Europe. What do you think of these remarks?We are talking about a very experienced politician, whose opinions and proposals certainly deserve our attention. The State Union is really passé'.
Podgorica, March 27 Affirmative assessment of the Feasibility Study for Serbia and Montenegro, which is expected in April, would be a positive thing for Montenegro, Miodrag Vlahovic, Montenegrin Foreign Minister stated in an interview to FoNet, and emphasized that Podgorica does not want to shape its policy and project its future in a way that would imply that Montenegro would be glad if Serbia is doing badly and deteriorating.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Montenegro Miodrag Vlahović said yesterday that the statement of Javier Solana in which Serbia and Montenegro is still considered as the most appropriate framework for the approach of Montenegro and Serbia towards the European family, was neither new nor surprising to him and to Prime Minister Milo Đukanović during their visit to Brussels.
On behalf of the Government of Montenegro, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs would like to express its full support to this Initiative i.e. its implementation, as wall as its strong commitment to undertake all necessary measures to prevent the proliferation of WMA on and across its teriritory, in accordance with its consititutional, legal and political capacities....
Proposal of the official Podgorica on union of independent states with Serbia does not only concern the establishment of relations with Belgrade, but could also represent a bridge between the opposed blocks in Montenegro, Montenegrin Minister of Foreign Affairs Miodrag Vlahovic assessed today. "This model gives us an opportunity to stay with Serbia, which is the prime request of the minority, but significant political part of Montenegro, and on the other hand it will help us realise a logical political project and the request of the indisputable majority - to become a sovereign state", Vlahovic said in an interview with MINA news agency...