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Tihomir Dragaš Elected Chairman of Air Montenegro’s Board

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Air Montenegro recently held its inaugural board meeting, where Tihomir Dragaš was unanimously elected as the chairman of the Board of Directors. This significant decision was made in the presence of Filip Radulović, the Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs, as well as other board members and company executives.

Minister Radulović expressed his satisfaction with the composition of the new Board, both personally and professionally. He emphasized that the Board members are expected to play a crucial role in the development of Air Montenegro and in promoting Montenegro as a destination with vast potential.

Radulović highlighted the government’s expectations from the Board, urging them to devote their professional skills to the advancement of Air Montenegro, the welfare of its citizens and tourists, and the overall economy. He showed confidence in the Board’s abilities to offer innovative solutions and ideas for upcoming challenges.

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The session also saw the election of Tihomir Dragaš as chairman, a decision reached with the full support of all Board members. The Board includes notable figures such as Vukadin Stojanović, Mitar Šušić, Aleksandra Gardašević Slavuljica, and Danilo Popović.

The meeting covered various topics including the company’s portfolio, operational and organizational matters, and future plans concerning the fleet, commercial strategies, and financial objectives. The Board agreed to work closely and intensify their efforts, setting a dynamic pace for future meetings and decisions.

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