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Montenegro

MARKOVIC 18. 09. 2019.   >>  19:57 0

MARKOVIC

We will talk about salary growth in health and education

Prime Minister Dusko Markovic has announced that the Government of Montenegro will start talks on raising wages in health, but also in education.

Prime Minister Dusko Markovic opened earlier this morning in Budva an international conference marking the start of the Design Phase of the South East European International Institute for Sustainable Technologies (SEEIIST), by noting that the Government of Montenegro, when almost three years ago initiated this project, had a vision that this scientific project, which will benefit not only the Montenegrin citizens but the entire Balkans, meanwhile supported by CERN, GSI and the International Atomic Energy Agency, the European Commission and six prime ministers of the region.

The Prime Minister stressed that Montenegro needs scientific research projects that, through technology transfer and international cooperation, bring new knowledge, better working methods and a better perspective for work and life.

"The Balkans no longer has the right to wait for modern technological solutions to come to us. Young and educated people will not stay here only because of higher salaries, better roads or hope for a better future. We need an active core of scientific thought, new knowledge and reputable international partners.’’

Addressing representatives of governments, international organizations, research centres, academia and the business sector, Prime Minister Dusko Markovic said that the Montenegrin economy has been experiencing steady growth rates for a decade now, and that the development of science should be accompanied by an increase in quality of life.

"And further social and economic development cannot be based on already applied knowledge. For this reason, I would like to say that we will launch discussions on raising salaries in health and education. Appropriations for science need to be accompanied by greater appropriations for those who care about the lives of our citizens, as well as those who educate our children and young people. Without their role, knowledge and energy they provide, scientific achievements will reach their full potential,” Prime Minister Markovic underscored.

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