On Nov. 2, Montenegrin Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapic will pay his first official visit to Belgrade, where he will meet with top Serbian officials. According to earlier announcements, Krivokapic will arrive on a two-day visit at the invitation of his Serbian counterpart Ana Brnabic.
The visit will be an opportunity to highlight the importance of a stable and safe region as well as its stronger integration through the Berlin Process, which strengthens a European future of the Western Balkans, according to a platform adopted by the Montenegrin government ahead of Kriviokapic’s visit to Serbia.
“Considering the crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, the visit will be an excellent opportunity to discuss models for overcoming health, economic and other challenges caused by the pandemic and faced by both countries,” it is said in the platform.
The document also says that special attention will be paid to strengthening economic ties and cooperation, where potential is strong. In this context, focus will be on projects for improving transport infrastructure, which is necessary for increasing movement of people and overall economic cooperation and collaboration in the field of tourism, according to the platform.
During the visit, Krivokapic will convey Montenegro’s support to a new phase of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, “with expectations that it will be intensified in the next period and result in a mutually acceptable and comprehensive solution.”