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NewsForeign investors recognize Montenegro as a country with significant development potential

Foreign investors recognize Montenegro as a country with significant development potential

There is interest from investors from Great Britain in investing in Montenegro, which is recognized as a growing tourist market, British Ambassador Karen Maddocks announced at a meeting with the Minister of Capital Investments, Ervin Ibrahimovic.

“Investors are primarily interested in the strategy and development plans of Montenegro when it comes to transport infrastructure, that is, the development of national airports and civil aviation in general. British companies in this area have significant experience and operate throughout Europe and the world, and they see the development of their business in this region as a good business opportunity,” said Maddocks.

Ibrahimović, as reported by the relevant Ministry, discussed with the ambassador today about possible investments and projects that would be interesting for British companies to enter the Montenegrin market.

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“I am extremely happy that foreign investors recognize Montenegro as a country with significant development potential, and I also agree that the tourism industry is the core of our country’s economic development,” said Ibrahimović.

He said that In this sense, the Ministry of Capital Investments is working on the development of all areas of transport and energy, harmonizing the legal framework and adopting EU standards, which they want to create a favorable business environment for attracting foreign investments.

Ibrahimović pointed out that Montenegro must work on the modernization of existing airports, but that it must also develop new airports, he used the opportunity and introduced the ambassador to certain interests of foreign companies in entering our market, but pointed out the necessity of making studies, analyzes and planning – project documentation.
As he stated, these are capital development projects, the realization of which requires significant capital as well as knowledge and experience.

Today’s meeting was an opportunity for the interlocutors to exchange views and thoughts on the subject of the unstable political situation in the country and agreed that this political atmosphere greatly affects economic progress and the creation of a vision and strategy for the development of the country, both in the economic sense and in the processes of EU integration.

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