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Two EU-funded clinics to be constructed in 18 months in Montenegro

At the Montenegrin Clinical Centre in Podgorica the EU Ambassador to Montenegro, Oana Cristina Popa, with Prime Minister Dritan Abazović, Health Minister Dragoslav Šćekić, and the Director of the Clinical Centre of Montenegro, Ljiljana Radulović, laid the foundation stone for two new EU-funded clinics worth €8.5 million.


Caretaker Prime Minister Abazović said “a new era is beginning for Montenegro,” describing how more investments will be made in healthcare, education, and infrastructure, while the health minister announced that the construction of the two clinics would be completed in 18 months.


EU Ambassador Popa said that Montenegrin citizens and health workers deserved modern hospitals and good healthcare, which is part of the EU standard of living, adding that she was happy to see EU funds helping Montenegro to achieve that goal.


The building in which these two clinics will be located will have a floor space of nearly 4,300 square meters. It will be equipped according to the most modern medical standards and will have significantly more room for the treatment of patients.


The building is expected to be completed by the spring of 2024.

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Source: Europe House Podgorica

Photo credits: Europe House Podgorica

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