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Montenegro wants to improve the offer during the tourist season

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Better infrastructure connectivity, such as the boulevard that will connect Budva with Tivat, and the construction of the Adriatic-Ionian corridor, are the priorities of the state that wants to improve the living conditions of its citizens, as well as the offer during the tourist season, announced Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic.

In his congratulatory message on the occasion of Budva Municipality Day, he said that, after the previous turbulent period, he believes that the time of political stabilization and simultaneous economic progress is ahead of Budva.

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“Transparency, rationality and responsibility, and preservation of space as one of the most important segments in the future development of the city, additional enrichment of the contents of the tourist offer, refreshing of the overall capacities, will further strengthen Budva in its status as a tourist metropolis,” said Abazović.

He said that, with the reforms and strong social policy of this Government, which affects all ages of the population, he is convinced that the citizens of Budva will feel an improvement in their standard of living and that they will cope with numerous challenges in times of crisis.

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Abazović congratulated President Milo Božović, President of the Municipal Assembly Nikola Jovanović, councilors and citizens of Budva on the Municipal Day.

“Once again, I heartily congratulate you on the Day of the Municipality, with the wish to contribute to the further development of the city through conscientious and selfless management, preserving its ecological potential as a good basis and a healthy resource for advanced projects that will be carried out by the generations yet to come”, concluded Abazović, local media reports.

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