Wednesday, May 23, 2007

DiCarlo reiterates US support for Montenegro's EU aspirations


PODGORICA, Montenegro, May 23, 2007 -- US Deputy Assistant Secretary Rosemary DiCarlo reiterated her country's support Tuesday (May 22nd) for Montenegro's EU integration efforts. She said that Montenegro, which marked the first anniversary of its independence this week, has made tremendous progress in the past 12 months. DiCarlo said the US wants to boost bilateral economic, trade and military co-operation with the country.

Also Tuesday, Miroslav Lajcak, who served as special EU envoy for the Montenegrin independence referendum in 2006, said that the country has entered a phase of a normal political development. The most important issue right now, he said, is adopting a new constitution. (Mina, RTCG - 22/05/07)

5 comments:

Mark said...

What about the Albanians? Their rights? Their future? Their children? Their LIVES!?!?!

Darko said...

all assimilated soon! its a process dont you understand?

Anonymous said...

no we dont, can you please elaborate?

Darko said...

Your Diaspora oranization, Homeland Unites Us (HUU), was recently in Montenegro and met with Vujanovic, et al. What were those discussions like?

Anonymous said...

They attended for their own interests. What do you care?

Assimilation only goes so far, then WAR ensues. Hasn't the 1990's taught your Slavic ass anything?