Serbian PM meets Montenegrin counterpart

Serbian PM Ivica Dačić said after a meeting with his Montenegrin counterpart Milo Đukanović on Thursday that two countries’ relations were constantly improving.

He said that they had discussed a possibility of joint sessions of the two governments.

The Serbian PM told reporters that the relations between Serbia and Montenegro “are free from some problems that existed in the previous period”.

“I think that relations between Montenegro and Serbia are relaxed from some problems that were present in the previous period and that we can expect our relations to be closer and more solid in the next period,” Dačić stressed.

The two prime ministers are taking part in the Summit 100 Business Leaders of Southeast Europe in the coastal Montenegrin town of Bečići.

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