"We are fulfilling everything that we have promised, we never leave anything for tomorrow. Everything is done right away, for a clean, green and European Montenegro. Let it fall to refresh,” said Montenegrin Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic in a video address on the occasion of the first 100 days of the Montenegrin Government's work.
“In these 100 days we had some 100 international activities, we met with 120 international officials, 40 ambassadors, nine prime ministers, ten or so heads of states, 13 European officials. We visited ten states, while three delegations at the highest level were our guests,” said Abazovic, Vijesti reported.
He added that a Montenegrin Government delegation “visited Ukraine, that it arrived in Kiev and lent its unreserved support to President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.”
“Justice is in motion. There have been tectonic disturbances. The reforms we launched in the prosecution department enabled the biggest arrests for crime and corruption in the history of our country. We finished correcting the bill on the origin of property and it will soon be tabled in the parliament – we will return to the citizens the property that has been stolen,” Abazovic said.
He said the Government has put a stop to the smuggling of cigarettes through the Port of Bar and that “Montenegro had the largest seizure in Europe.”
“Believe it or not, all this in just 100 days, and there’s more. We are working on getting as ready as possible for the difficult fall and winter,” said Abazovic.
“Let it fall to refresh” is the slogan that marked the August 30, 2020 elections when there was a change of government in Montenegro for the first time.