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Unlock the Full Potential of the Port of Bar for Enhanced Utilization

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The Port of Bar needs to be further valorized and utilize all its potentials,” is one of the conclusions from the meeting between the Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs of Montenegro and the Commissioner for Transport, Adina Valean, in Brussels.

During the meeting, the necessity of additional regional connectivity of the Western Balkan countries was emphasized, seen as a prerequisite for the competitiveness of domestic economies.

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“Montenegro must further open up to Europe, and all this requires investments in road and railway infrastructure,” Radulović assessed.

Minister Radulović and Commissioner Valean noted that it is necessary to valorize the Port of Bar, whose potentials have not been sufficiently utilized.

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“We have received assurance that experts from the European Commission are at our disposal regarding the continuation of negotiations in Chapters 14 and 21, which relate to the transport sector,” Radulović conveyed.

Minister Radulović concluded his first official visit to Brussels with a meeting with Commissioner for Transport Adina Vălean, where he also met with Commissioner for Enlargement Olivér Várhelyi, Director-General for DG Reform Mario Nava, and Director-General for DG Move Magda Kopczynska.

Radulović discussed future investment projects with the Head of Unit D2 for Montenegro and Serbia, Michael Miller, as well as with the Head of Unit D5 for Regional Programs in the Western Balkans and the Economic Investment Plan in the European Commission, Holger Schröder.

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