To use Bulgarian presidency of the EU
Montenegrin president Filip Vujanovic is in official visit to Sofia at the invitation of Bulgarian President Ruman Radev. Vujanovic is the first foreign official to visit Bulgaria since the country took over a semiannual presidency of the Council of the European Union.
Following a meeting with Radev, Vujanovic said that relations between the two countries are example in the region and that they should be extended to the sphere of the economy.
“This day is a privilege for Montenegro because it is Bulgaria’s first working day presiding over the Council of Europe This is the first working day in which Bulgaria has taken, as one of its important priorities, the European perspective and the connection of the Western Balkans. For Montenegro and other Western Balkan countries it is a clear invitation to maximize their activities in the process of accession to the European Union,” Vujanovic said.