Katarina’s peer, 19 years old Miodrag Račić underlined importance of SDG #9
, particularly innovation, and pointed out the importance of keeping up with technology advancement, while his peer Kristina stressed out the importance of SDG #3
and investing in health. “Health is basis and starting point for achieving any other goal
” said she and pointed to one of SDG #3 targets – eradication of diseases such as AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis by 2030. Her peer Dejan Bešović, 18-years-old environment activist from Podgorica, expressed concern for economy’s impact on environment, highlighting the SDG #13
as the most important for prosperity of Montenegro, while his peer Adrijana Paljušević from Tuzi shared her belief that SDG #10 – Reducing Inequalities
is the foundation for harmonious life and for overcoming and accepting differences. All five of young people shared their personal experiences concerning each of the goal they presented as priority for Montenegro.