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Djukanovic asks votes of Albanians, pledges to respect the border agreement

Djukanovic asks votes of Albanians, pledges to respect the border agreement GazetaExpress

Milo Djukanovic, the presidential candidate of the ruling DPS party (Democratic party of Socialists) in Sunday’s presidential election in Montenegro, said he counts on vote of Albanians, who as he said played a positive role in all decision-making moments of modern history of this country.

The frontrunner in Sunday’s presidential election in Montenegro, Milo Djukanovic said he counts on the support of Albanians, who as he said, in all decision-making phases of the modern history of Montenegro have played a positive role. “I believe that this time our citizens will do the right choice, and the choice is EU path for Montenegro,” Djukanovic said noting that Montenegro is home of all Montenegrins, Serbs, as well as Albanians and Bosnians, and other communities. The Montenegro veteran politician also mentioned the disputed agreement on border demarcation which recently was ratified by Kosovo Parliament despite protest of opposition parties who claim that Kosovo lost 8000 hectares of land with this Agreement. Djukanovic said that the most important is that the ratification happened thus avoiding as he said, an unnecessary problem that has cast shadow in the quality of relations between Podgorica and Pristina. “We should focus in the future and positive effects this act will bring to our countries as well as countries of the region,” Djukanovic said. He also welcomed the joint declaration signed between presidents of Kosovo and Montenegro Hashim Thaci and Filip Vujanovic on potential revision of the Agreement on demarcation. Djukanovic promised that if he is elected President he will respect the joint declaration of presidents. “I will respect everything what is envisaged with the agreement, and the need to improve potential errors, if their existence is proven,” Djukanovic said.

    Date: 13 April 2018 09:10
    Author: GazetaExpress

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