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Montenegro and Slovakia discuss embassies

THE FOREIGN Affairs Minister of Montenegro, Milan Roćen, said his country is prepared to launch an embassy in Bratislava immediately after Slovakia sets up an embassy in Montenegro.

Roćen made the comments during a meeting in New York with his Slovak counterpart, Ján Kubiš, Slovak Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesman Ján Škoda told The Slovak Spectator.

Roćen also asked Slovakia to help Montenegro integrate into the European Union and NATO. Kubiš promised his assistance in this process.

The Montenegrin minister also proposed a business council of the two countries to support mutual investments.

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