President of Montenegro Milo Đukanovic visited Sofia to meet president Radev after receiving an invitation from the president of Bulgaria
President of Montenegro Milo Đukanovic visited Sofia to meet president Radev after receiving an invitation from the president of Bulgaria (Image Courtesy-Facebook)

President of Montenegro Milo Đukanovic visited Sofia to meet president Radev after receiving an invitation from the president of Bulgaria.

During their meeting, president Radev highlighted that Bulgaria and Montenegro share centuries-old cultural and spiritual connections and truly friendly and allied relations.

Therefore, he invited President Milo Đukanović to discuss how to mobilize the two countries’ potential and all European mechanisms and tools to expand transport connectivity between both countries.

Bulgaria and Montenegro share centuries-old cultural and spiritual connections, as well as true friendly and allied relations. Therefore, he invited President Milo Đukanovićto to discuss how to mobilize not only the potential of the two countries but also all European mechanisms and tools to expand transport connectivity between both countries.

While communicating with Montenegro’s president, Radev emphasizes that only traditional and good friendship will materialize in the economy, investments, energy, transport, tourism, culture, and security.

Bulgaria and Montenegro are the region’s leading countries in establishing the International Institute for Sustainable Technology in South-East Europe with CERN support, which will create a quality new perspective for young people from both countries, as well as for education, science and medicine.

The head of the state also remarked that Montenegro is the most advanced of all the Western Balkans countries in the process of its European integration, and Bulgaria will continue to support it to be the next country in our region to join the EU.

At a joint press conference with the leader of Montenegro, Milo Djukanovic, President Rumen Radev of Bulgaria said, “Bulgaria and Montenegro firmly condemn the Russian aggression in Ukraine.” The two presidents agree that it requires diplomatic action to put an end to it.