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Chapter 3 – Right of establishment and freedom to provide services

What is being negotiated?

The right of establishment and the freedom to provide services is one of four freedoms for the functioning of the EU single market.

Freedom to provide services enables the European Union's internal market to function and covers the right of establishment in any Member State of the European Union. Establishment of an enterprise means the right to start and pursue an activity in any Member State.

Montenegrin business entities (natural or legal persons), upon accession of Montenegro to the European Union, will be allowed to provide services freely in each Member State of the European Union, without being resident there. The service provider will be able to provide cross-border services using his professional title without further recognition of qualifications in that Member State. The recipient country can only ask the service provider to declare that he/she will provide the services (providing evidence of citizenship, qualifications and practice in the home country).

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Chapter 3 - Working Group

Negotiator

Negotiator

Negotiator

Head of the WG

Head of the WG

Head of the WG

Secretary of the WG

Secretary of the WG

Secretary of the WG

The Working Group was formed in September 2012. The negotiator for this chapter is Goran Nikolić, Director General of the Directorate for Industry and Entrepreneurship at the Ministry of Economy. Head of the Working Group is Svetlana Božović, Head of the Directorate for Multilateral and Regional Trade Cooperation and Foreign Economic Relations at the Ministry Economy. The contact person of the Working group is Sanja Vujošević from the European Integration Office.

The working group consists of 29 members (15 from state institutions and 14 from civil society organizations).

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