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New methodology is message of encouragement for Montenegro, in 2020 we continue to open and close chapters

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Montenegro expects to open Chapter 8 - Competition and close two chapters this year, with continued implementation of planned commitments, said Deputy Chief Negotiator Marko Mrdak. He assessed that the proposed new methodology, while not technically applicable to Montenegro, was a political message of encouragement and impetus for the negotiation process.

Mrdak said, during a guest appearance on broadcast ,,Europe" on Radio of Montenegro, that the innovations that the new methodology brings, in technical terms, are not fully applicable to Montenegro.

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Chief Negotiator Drljević: Alliance for Europe to be a meeting point

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It is very important for Montenegro to put all the differences aside and to try to find answers to some of the current challenges, and the Alliance for Europe can be a gathering point for all of us, said Montenegro's Chief Negotiator with the European Union, Aleksandar Drljević.

During the broadcast “Fokus” on TVCG, Drljević expressed his satisfaction that most NGOs, political parties, media, universities responded to the Government's call for dialogue.

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Djukanovic: We are on the doorstep of NATO and on an active path toward membership in the EU

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No other politician in the Balkans been in power longer than Milo Djukanovic. Currently serving his fourth term as prime minister, the 53-year-old led the small Adriatic country to independence from Serbia nearly nine years ago. But now he’s struggling to keep his countrymen at home in the economically depressed country. Many see a brighter future in Germany, Europe’s largest economy.

Mr. Djukanovic has asked the European Parliament to classify Montenegro as a safe state of origin, in a move to halt the flow. Kosovo Prime Minister Isa Mustafa has made a similar request.

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EWB interviews: Aleksandar Andrija Pejović,state secretary –chief negotiator for negotiations over Montenegro’s accession to the European Union

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The aim is our inner transformation and building society of the rule of law, economic and security…

European Western Balkans continues with series of interviews with key people from Western Balkans countries which are involved in European integration process of their countries.Mr. Aleksandar Andrija Pejović is as State Secretary – Chief Negotiator for negotiations over Montenegro’s accession to the European Union. Mr. Pejović was born in1974 in Kotor, Montenegro. He completed master studies in international relations – European and South East studies at the Faculty of State Administration and Political Sciences at the National University in Athens. Before that he had completed Faculty of English Language and Literature at University of Novi Sad, Serbia. Mr. Pejović has been employed in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2000. In March 2010 he was appointed as Ambassador – Chief of the Mission of Montenegro to EU and in October 2010 - May 2014 as permanent representative – Ambassador of Montenegro to Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in Hague. He has been serving as State Secretary – Chief Negotiator for negotiations over Montenegro’s accession to the European Union since December 2011 and as National coordinator for pre-accession funds for EU assistance to Montenegro. In his spare time Mr. Pejović writes and sculpts. He has published several papers on international relations and geopolitics. Pejovic is also the author the novel Amabor.

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