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PODGORICA (Montenegro), December 4 (SeeNews) - Montenegro's prime minister Dusko Markovic has said the government expects to open two more chapters in its membership negotiations with the European Union in the next two weeks.
Montenegro's government aims to close all negotiation chapters by the end of its term and fully prepare the country for joining the bloc, Markovic said in a video file posted on the YouTube channel of the government on Friday.
The Balkan country intends to keep its focus on strengthening the rule of law and the democratic values of the government and the entire society, Markovic said during a news conference.
Montenegro has started talks on 28 out of the 35 chapters of EU body of law and has provisionally closed negotiations on three, namely Chapter 30 - External Relations, Chapter 25 - Science & Research and Chapter 26 - Education & Culture.