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In a landmark summit, the energy and mining ministers of Montenegro, the Republic of Srpska, and Serbia united to deliberate on ways to enhance regional ties through energy projects and to navigate the complex path toward a just energy transition. The discussions underscored a shared commitment to embracing renewable energy, while ensuring energy supply remains secure and reliable.

Serbia’s energy Minister, Dubravka Đedović Handanović, underlined the collective aspiration to boost renewable energy uptake and cut down on carbon emissions. She called for joint efforts in developing new energy infrastructures, positing that shared success is rooted in collaborative energy ventures and improved regional interconnectivity. Highlighting the Trans-Balkan Corridor’s critical role, Đedović Handanović pointed out its potential to expand the region’s power grid and ease the integration of green energy sources.

Montenegro’s Minister Saša Mujović spotlighted the need to beef up transmission capabilities crucial for all parties involved. He made a case for a united stance in dealings with the Energy Community and European bodies to secure shared objectives, emphasizing the urgency for financial backing and adaptable schedules to make the energy shift equitable and sustainable.

From the Republic of Srpska, Minister Petar Đokić voiced appreciation for the collaborative atmosphere of the talks and affirmed his territory’s eagerness for joint energy initiatives. He committed to bolstering the network infrastructure required to support new renewable projects, with a special focus on the Buk Bijela hydro plant project, advocating for environmentally responsible practices.

Acknowledging the unique hurdles in moving away from coal and the disparity in funding access relative to EU nations, the ministers concurred on the imperative of joint action to secure necessary financial assistance and favorable conditions for a transition that safeguards energy security.

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This conference signified a meaningful advance in regional collaboration, presenting a consolidated stance on energy strategy, ecological stewardship, and the ambition for sustainable progress.

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