Montenegro needs further progress in organised crime fight-commissioner Fuele.

By bne IntelliNews February 10, 2012
Montenegro should register further progress in the fight against corruption and organised crime, commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood policy Stefan Fuele said in an interview for portalanalitika.me. Although the completion of the current constitutional reform is not a precondition for starting accession negotiation talks, it will send positive signals as regards the country's commitment to independent judiciary, Fuele added. The commissioner expressed his support to the formation of EU negotiation team and the appointment of former ambassador to the European Union, Alexander Andrew Pejovica, as chief negotiator.

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