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Montenegro

25. 01. 2021. 00:00   >>  16:43 0

KRIVOKAPIC RESPONDED

There will be someone to welcome Ana Brnabic

There is someone to welcome the Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic in Montenegro, but the question is whether she will find time to come, the Montenegrin Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic said and added that the Government will not give up trying to normalize relations with Serbia.

The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, said earlier that Brnabic could not go to Montenegro, because, as he stated, there was no one to welcome her.

Krivokapic told the Mina agency that the issue was not who would welcome the Prime Minister of Serbia.

"But will she find time to come and greet all those who would like to see her in Montenegro, because she is the Prime Minister of fraternal and neighboring Serbia," Krivokapic said.

According to him, the citizens of Serbia and Montenegro want relations to normalize.

"Our people should not be faced with problems in the form of technical issues of whether the prime minister will be welcomed by the charge d'affaires or the ambassador. And in that formal sense, there is someone to welcome her," Krivokapic said.

He pointed out that the invitation is still open "for our closest neighbors, with whom we share love and care for our citizens, whether they live in Serbia or Montenegro."

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