Vucic invites Montenegrin PM to join the “Open Balkans” project

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The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vuçi, extended an invitation to the new Prime Minister of Montenegro, Dritan Abazovi, to attend the next conference in Ohrid, as part of the regional program “Open Balkans.”

“Another fantastic opportunity to discuss bilateral issues with Dritan Abazovic at the World Economic Forum, but also to encourage him to join us at the Open Balkans Initiative meeting in Ohrid,” Vucic posted on Instagram.

The “Open Balkans” project is a continuation of the Balkan “mini-Schengen” initiative, which was launched on October 10, 2019, in Novi Sad, Serbia by the leaders of Serbia, Northern Macedonia, and Albania.

When the “Open Balkans” concept was proposed, Montenegro, which was then governed by the Democratic Party of Socialists, declined to participate.