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The Government of Montenegro has made the measures aimed at alleviating the negative effects of the financial crisis and creating conditions for the growth of the Montenegrin economy the top priorities of its work in 2013, Secretary-General of the Government Žarko Šturanović told the press presenting the adopted Government’s agenda for 2013 earlier today.
In his words, the 2013 economic policy will focus on further consolidation of the public finances, creation of conditions for foreign investments and further stabilisation of the sector of finance.
The restrictive public expenditures policy will be carried on, Mr Šturanović pointed out, as well as the implementation of the existing and new structural reforms. Restructuring public debt and drafting an action plan for the suppression of grey economy with the aim of creating more tax revenues are the key priorities of the 2013 agenda. It will also review the enforcement of all concession agreements, as well as private investments in hotel and tourism sector, the Secretary-General noted.
The Government will undertake measures aimed at further valorisation of the available resources in the fields of energy, transport, tourism, agriculture and processing industry as a precondition for Montenegro’s GDP growth.
As to EU integration process, the Government will work hard on creating conditions for the opening of negotiation chapters 23 – judiciary and fundamental rights, and 24 – justice, freedom and security by mid 2013, and on adopting the action plans which will be drafted in line with the screening report of the European Commission.
The Government will propose amendments to the Criminal Code and draft the Bill on Compensation of Victims of Crime Acts, which will additionally strengthen the fight against corruption and organised crime as one of the Montenegro’s key challenges in 2013, Secretary-General Šturanović underlined.
Source: Government of Montenegro
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