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The project "Let Me Tell You Something about the EU 2" which is implemented by FORS Montenegro and funded by the communication budget of the EU Delegation to Montenegro, aims to inform citizens of Montenegro about the European Union, the European integration process and the way that Montenegro has passed towards the aim of having the status of members of this regional community. Within the project, representatives of the Delegation of the European Union of Montenegro and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Montenegro are visiting municipalities on the north in order to hold meetings with different representatives of the local community. The target municipalities of this project are: Berane, Bijelo Polje, Andrijevica, Rožaje, Plav, Pljevlja, Žabljak, Plužine and Šavnik. Visits with meetings will be organized in every of them, and the first meetings were carried out on 27 and 28 May in Plav, Andrijevica and Rožaje.
The Head of Political, European Integration and Trade Section of the Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro, Alberto Cammarata and Secretary of the working groups for chapters 2 and 19 in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration, Mr. Damir Šabanović attended thematic meetings in all three municipalities. In Plav, the first meeting was organised with high school students and teachers on the topic of education, mobility and Erasmus +. After that, the meeting related to agriculture and tourism and about opportunities that we have as a future member in those two fields was held. In Andrijevica, the meeting on the same topic was organised, after which the representatives of hikers and tourist workers visited the part of Mountain Kom with guests.
In Rožaje, the officials organised a cocktail with local businessmen and entrpreneurs, and afterwards the two meetings concerning the environment and forestry in Rožaje.
The aim of these meetings is to achieve direct contact between citizens and target groups with those who are directly involved in the integration process of Montenegro and with whom they can talk, ask questions and present problems and possibilities of its municipalities as future parts of a large puzzle whose parts have been assembled since 1951.