Djurovic said in the TVCG morning program that after a longer period of 18 months, we have an intergovernmental conference again, and that there is no balance clause in an important period for Montenegro.
“To get a new energy for the integration process and to open a chapter that is very important for the EU internal market because it regulates antitrust legislation,” said Djurovic.
Speaking about the chapters that are the most sensitive, Djurovic pointed out that we are constantly returning to the chapter that refers to the rule of law.
Speaking about how realistic 2025 is now, as the year of accession to the European Union, Djurovic says that she is a born optimist and a fighter for the EU perspective of Montenegro.
“I will always defend that Montenegro is a successful European story and that it is achievable until that period. It depends on us. Montenegro has proven many times that, when well organized, it can be a very pleasant surprise, in comparison with much bigger and stronger systems. “, said Djurovic.
We are, she says, a small system that, with good prioritization, can achieve goals that sometimes seem complex.
“I think that they are all achievable, I think that Montenegro 2025 is not something that is not possible to achieve either, if we decide to achieve that,” Djurovic pointed out.