Podgorica, (MINA) – The EU enlargement policy in on the agenda of the Finland presidency over the EU, said Finnish ambassador to Montenegro Kimmo Lahdevirta, adding that this country is advocating for the individual assessment of success of each candidate country.
Lahdevirta, who was hosted by Prime Minister Dusko Markovic, presented priorities of the Finnish EU presidency, emphasizing that Finland will promote the enlargement policy and that all Western Balkans countries must have European perspective.
Finland, as he said, advocates for the regatta principle, that is, the individual assessment of the success of each candidate country.
According to the government’s press release, Markovic and LAhdevirta agreed on the high quality of the bilateral relations between the two countries.
The meeting expressed satisfaction with the fact that economic cooperation is intensified as well, in particular between the Electric Power Industry of Montenegro and the Finnish Fortum on the project of one of the largest solar power plants in Europe.
They agreed that this project could serve as an example to further Finnish investors in Montenegro.Longer version of article is available on a link MINA ENGLISH SERVIS