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Bulgaria's new ambassador to Montenegro, Maya Dobreva, presented her credentials to Montenegrin president Filip Vujanović on January 26 2009, the Foreign Ministry said on January 27. Dobreva takes over the position from Snezhana Naidenova, who was released from her position on December 15 2008, as published in the State Gazette.
After the ceremony inducting Dobreva, who is Bulgaria's second ambassador to Montenegro, Vujanović expressed his satisfaction with the friendship between the two countries, while saying that he highly valued Bulgaria's support for Montenegro's efforts at joining the Euro-Atlantic and EU families.
Dobreva, for her part, congratulated Vujanović on the development of friendly relations between their countries and re-affirmed Bulgaria's readiness to continue to show support and to lobby for Podgorica's membership in Nato and the European Union. She also invited Vujanović to make an official visit to Bulgaria in the second half of 2009. He accepted, saying that it would be a sign of his friendship for President Georgi Purvanov.
Also present at Dobreva's swearing in was Montenegrin foreign affairs minister Milan Roćen.
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