Spajic: Best revenges are infrastructure results

Milojko Spajić, foto: Vlada Crne Gore

Prime Minister Milojko Spajic said that the European Union saw Montenegro’s progress in the area of the rule of law, but he did not want to answer the question of whether our government would co-sponsor the UN Resolution on the genocide in Srebrenica.

He did not comment in detail on yesterday’s statement of former state president Milo Djukanovic, who assessed that political revanchism was on the scene in Montenegro as a new page in the tradition of Montenegrin revenges.

“The best revenges are the results achieved in the infrastructure and I want us all to take revenge for the bad management of the state in the past in such a way that we will lead the state better and that we will raise the infrastructure to an unimaginable level”, said Spajic answering questions from journalists at the press conference, where the pre-qualification tender for the Andrijevica-Matesevo highway section was announced.

Spajic did not even want to answer the question of whether the Government of Montenegro would co-sponsor the UN Resolution on the genocide in Srebrenica.

“We will co-sponsor the infrastructure in Montenegro and I think that this year we have €240m of capital budget that will go for those things. I understand all questions of that kind, but I don’t want to answer those questions today, because this is a vital moment for the state of Montenegro”, Spajic said.

The Prime Minister also announced that we should all think about the map of infrastructure development, which he presented.

“We will inform the public in a timely manner about all issues that are not related to infrastructure”, said the Prime Minister.

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