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Montenegro's Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic , at the invitation of his counterpart - the Prime Minister of Ukraine Mikola Azar , Visting 13th and 14 June official visit to that country, where he will hold talks with top officials.
During the visit will be discussed prospects for further improvement of the political and overall bilateral relationship, and identify specific projects and activities of mutual interest.
In addition to meeting with top officials of Ukraine, the Prime Minister will talk with a group of Ukrainian businessmen interested in investing in Montenegro, which will be an opportunity to present the potential of our country and the strengthening of economic and trade and economic relations.
Prime Minister Djukanovic will discover Kiev monument to Peter II Petrovic Njegos, and will speak and participate in the First International Annual Conference "Ukraine and partners." The conference was organized at the level of the Prime Minister, with the participation of the major leading investment managers, financial, banking and business structures.
During the visit will be signed and agreements on international road transport of passengers and goods, on cooperation in the field of protection against natural and other disasters; cooperation in the fight against crime, on scientific and technological cooperation and cooperation in the field of youth policy, physical culture and sport.
The delegation of the Government of Montenegro and the Ministers of Sustainable Development and Tourism, and Agriculture and Rural Development Branimir Gvozdenovic and Petar Ivanovic and advisors of the Prime Minister Milan Rocen andNebojsa Kaluđerović . Government
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