President Plevneliev: Bulgaria will continue to support the European perspective of Montenegro
Bulgaria will continue to share its experiences Montenegro to swiftly overcome the difficulties in the process of EU accession. This was said by President Rosen Plevneliev, who met today in Belgrade with his Montenegrin counterpart Filip Vujanovic. The Bulgarian Head of State participated in the Summit of the States Parties to the Co-operation Process in Southeastern Europe, held in Belgrade.
During the meeting, President Vujanovic expressed his gratitude to the Bulgarian President for the excellent bilateral relations and partnership between Bulgaria and Montenegro. President Vujanovic said that Bulgaria has always supported the European perspective of Montenegro and he was confident that this principled support will continue in the future.
President Vujanovic proposed to his Bulgarian counterpart that inter-state commission between Bulgaria and Montenegro make the focus of its next meeting, the development of bilateral economic ties. Both President Plevneliev and President Vujanovic believe that economic co-operation is lagging behind the development of active political dialogue. It was agreed that the representatives of business circles of both countries should be supported to build closer ties. According to President Vujanovic, tourism, energy and shipbuilding are particularly promising for both sides.
President Vujanovic invited the Bulgarian Head of State to visit Montenegro at the end of 2012 or in spring 2013.