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Montenegro achieved remarkable progress and can count on the full support of the Czech Republic's EU accession process, it was announced during a meeting of the State Secretary for European Integration and Chief Negotiator Ambassador Aleksandar Andrija Pejovic with representatives of the Czech government.
During his meeting with Foreign Minister Jan Kohout discussed the European perspective of the region's countries, the progress Montenegro has made and future obligations to meet EU membership.
Pejovic Ambassador thanked the Czech Republic for the support provided to Montenegro in the process, as well as the open advocacy of the policy of enlargement to the Western Balkans. Minister Kohout met with the current moment in the process, and he expects that it will soon be open to Chapter 23 and 24 relating to the rule of law. Specifically pointed to opportunities for cooperation and expert support to Montenegro, the Czech Republic in the future.
Minister Kohout praised the progress and quality of the implemented reforms, adding that Montenegro has achieved remarkable progress, which confirms the internal maturity and justify the confidence of the EU and the Member States. He said he believes that Montenegro will continue to dedicated and professionally to achieve their priorities and overcome all the challenges on the road to the EU in which they can count on the full support of the Czech Republic. Government
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