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Montenegro’s Prime Minister discusses Japan partnership potential

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Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milojko Spajić highlighted the country’s potential to learn valuable lessons from Japan, particularly in the realm of modern technology, during an interview with Yomiuri Shinbun.

Spajić’s background as a graduate of Saitama University’s Faculty of Economics has piqued considerable interest among Japanese media since assuming office, making him the subject of their first interview.

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He expressed admiration for Japan’s advanced transportation infrastructure and its successful efforts towards decarbonizing the energy sector. Additionally, Spajić commended Japan’s effective waste management strategies, which has inspired a desire to collaborate with Japanese firms to introduce similar technologies in Montenegro.

Acknowledging the significance of opening an embassy in Tokyo, Spajić assured Japanese media that efforts were underway to establish it promptly.

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Spajić also underscored the importance of creating a Montenegro Business District between Podgorica’s center and the airport. Drawing parallels with Tokyo’s Marunouchi district, known for hosting the offices of major Japanese and international companies, Spajić emphasized the district’s role in attracting investments from global firms looking to establish their Balkan and European offices in Montenegro.

In the interview’s conclusion, Spajić discussed Montenegro’s potential as a NATO member to contribute to regional stability. He noted the country’s favorable relationships with neighboring states, highlighting its potential to play a pivotal role in the Western Balkans.

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