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Friday, 10. June 2016. 15:06

MP Mr Branko Čavor holds a meeting with the Ambassador of Romania to Montenegro

Cooperation between the two countries was emphasised and the proposal for the candidacy of the Romanian MP for the Vice President of the OSCE PA was considered

Awaiting the 25th Annual Session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, today MP Mr Branko Čavor and H.E. Ambassador of Romania to Montenegro Mr Ferdinand Nagy have met to discuss the candidacy of Romanian MP Mr Victor Paul Dobre for the Vice President of the OSCE PA.

The meeting was in itself an opportunity to point out friendly relations of the two countries, and constructive cooperation, which, among other things, was reflected in intensive parliamentary dialogue.

In that respect, MP Čavor, who took part in the meeting in capacity of the substitute for a member of the Permanent Delegation of the Parliament of Montenegro to the OSCE PA, thanked the Ambassador for support that Romania had been giving to Montenegro in achieving its foreign policy goals. As for the proposed candidate, MP Čavor pointed out his conviction that the rich political and parliamentary experience of MP Dobre indicated that he could justify the position of the OSCE PA Vice President. He added that he would carefully consider the proposal, and vote on it at the very Annual Session, which would be held in Tbilisi from 1 to 5 July of the current year.

Ambassador Nagy especially emphasised cooperation between Romania and Montenegro within parliamentary diplomacy, as the oldest traditional branch of diplomacy, and added that Romania would continue to support Montenegro on its path towards European and Euro-Atlantic integration. In that sense, he emphasised that he noticed substantial progress of Montenegro in implementing reforms and honouring commitments expected from it.

Considering that 2016 is an election year for both countries, the interlocutors have exchanged opinions on the manner of election of MPs, and together they have pointed out the significance of ensuring fair and free elections.