22 January 2021
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Montenegrin President Milo Đukanović had a working dinner with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Montenegro, where they assessed the bilateral relations between the two countries are at an excellent level. Both officials exchanged views on the current political situation in the region, with a special focus on Montenegro and the European integration process as well as discussing global geopolitical events.

Today, Minister of Foreign Affairs of BiH Igor Črnadak met with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Malta, Carmelo Abel. The ministers discussed BiH’s priorities regarding its foreign policy, which is to become a member of the European Union. Minister Abel also emphasised that the bilateral relations between BiH and Malta are very good.

While the Croatian Finance Minister Zdravko Marić is counting on the introduction of around HRK 2.5bn in tax breaks from 2019, , the state’s aid to the privately owned Uljanik and Petrokemija is more than three times the amount, Večernji list writes. On Monday the Croatian government announced introduction of the Euro but the unresolved financial problems of the two companies call into question the entire fiscal consolidation as well as Croatia’s entry into the Eurozone.

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