The President of the Governing Board of the Centre for Monitoring and Research (CeMI), Zlatko Vujovic, who is also the Secretary General of the European Network of Election Monitoring Organizations (ENEMO), talked in Belgrade with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
"It was a great opportunity to present the political situation in Montenegro and the main challenges that Montenegrin society is facing. It was a very open and dynamic meeting", Vujovic pointed out.
Vujovic was the only representative of the civil sector from Montenegro, who attended a meeting with Merkel yesterday with five other leaders of the civil sector of the Western Balkan countries.
"Civil society leaders from the Western Balkans greatly appreciate Ms. Merkel's approach to organizing this event before the meeting with the presidents and prime ministers of our countries. During the meeting, the key problems facing the civil sector in the Western Balkans were presented, and it is very important to discuss this with foreign partners and officials at the highest level", Vujovic said.
Merkel's visit to Serbia is one of her last foreign policy activities at the end of her fourth, last term as Chancellor of Germany.
After Belgrade, she will meet today in Tirana with the leaders of the Western Balkan countries.