Meeting with the famous former Italian anti-mafia minister Vicenza Scotti

During his working visit to the Vatican, the Deputy Prime Minister of Montenegro, Dr. Dritan Abazović, visited the 90-year-old former Minister Vicenza Scotti in his family apartment in Rome. Abazovic and Scotty discussed the mechanisms for fighting crime by Italian institutions during the 1980s and 1990s, referring especially to the period of the state's war with the Sicilian mafia and the murders of Italian judges Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino, when Scotty was interior minister. Abazovic briefed Scotia on the situation in Montenegro and the results achieved in the fight against crime in a year, emphasizing that this has been one of the priorities since the formation of the 42nd convocation of the Montenegrin Government and that the state has attacked every possible year. mafia. Abazovic also informed Scotia about the cooperation between Montenegrin and Italian institutions during the drafting of the Law on the Origin of Property, whose experience was used by our institutions, noting that during his working visit to Rome he talked with Interior Minister Luciano Lamorgese and director of the National Anti-Corruption Administration in Italy. , Giuseppe Buzio.