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25.01.2019.

Tender Commission: Czech-Montenegrin consortium's bid for purchase of 56% of shares of Institute Dr Simo Milošević formally valid

The Tender Commission for Privatisation stated at the session held on Thursday, 24 January 2019, that the Bid for the purchase of 56.4806% of the share capital of the Institute for Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation and Rheumatology Dr Simo Milošević AD Igalo, submitted by the Philibert Consortium and Villa Oliva DOO, meets the formal requirements defined in the Regulation on Sale of Shares and Assets through a Public Tender and Tender Documents...

24.01.2019.

Press release from 106th Cabinet session

Press release from 106th Cabinet session

Podgorica, Montenegro (24 January 2019) -- At today's session, the Montenegrin Cabinet passed the Montenegro Economic Reform Programme 2019-2021, as the most important document in the economic dialogue with the European Union. The Economic Reform Programme is also a strategic document for medium-term macroeconomic and fiscal programming, which also contains the accompanying agenda of structural reforms important for reducing or eliminating obstacles to economic growth and strengthening competitiveness...

23.01.2019.

Response to falsehoods of General Hospital Meljine owner

The insinuation made tonight by former majority owner of the General Hospital Meljine, now a prosecuted person, that President of Montenegro Milo Đukanović allegedly "prevented the settlement agreement between this person and Prime Minister Duško Marković and Minister of Finance Darko Radunović" is untrue, fabricated and malicious...

23.01.2019.

PM Marković meets with heads of inspection authorities: Total tax debt reduced by EUR 140 million

PM Marković meets with heads of inspection authorities: Total tax debt reduced by EUR 140 million

Prime Minister Duško Marković held earlier today the regular meeting with the heads of the Tax Administration, Customs Administration and the Administration for Inspection Affairs of Montenegro. The total tax debt was reduced by around EUR 140 million. The meeting noted excellent results in the field of economic policy, consolidation of public finances and collection of revenues...

23.01.2019.

PM Marković and Prince Nikola Petrović: Transfer of mortal remains of Petrović Njegoš family to Montenegro is state obligation

PM Marković and Prince Nikola Petrović: Transfer of mortal remains of Petrović Njegoš family to Montenegro is state obligation

The transfer of the family remains of the Petrović Njegoš dynasty who are buried outside Montenegro is a state obligation, said Prime Minister Duško Marković at a meeting with Prince Nikola Petrović. Prime Minister Marković met Prince Nikola Petrović with the activities undertaken in this regard. The meeting analyzed the status of obligations arising from the Law on the Status of Descendents of the Petrović Njegoš dynasty, among which is the issue of the residence of the dynasty...

22.01.2019.

Interior ministers of Albania, Croatia, Montenegro agree on closer cooperation in combating illegal migration, cross-border crime

Interior ministers of Albania, Croatia, Montenegro agree on closer cooperation in combating illegal migration, cross-border crime

Zagreb, Croatia (22 January 2919) -- Montenegro, Croatia and Albania are working together to deal with illegal migration and border control, but they see room for further enhancement of cooperation in combating against cross-border crime and, in particular, for enforcing of agreements with the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex), ministers of the interior, Mevludin Nuhodžić, Davor Božinović and Sander Lleshaj, concluded at a meeting, which took place in Zagreb earlier today...

21.01.2019.

PM Marković, President Meta: Montenegro and Albania set to make best use of common potentials

PM Marković, President Meta: Montenegro and Albania set to make best use of common potentials

Podgorica, Montenegro (21 January 2019) -- Montenegro and Albania should join forces to make the best of common potentials in many areas such as water management, tourism and agriculture, Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković and President of Albania Ilir Meta agreed at today's meeting in Podgorica.

21.01.2019.

PM Marković with EU Ambassadors: In 2019, priorities are even more intense dynamics in EU integration, further growth of economy, new jobs and comprehensive action against gray economy

PM Marković with EU Ambassadors: In 2019, priorities are even more intense dynamics in EU integration, further growth of economy, new jobs and comprehensive action against gray economy

Prime Minister Duško Marković said that 2018 was the year of demanding and progressive work of the Government and continuous progress of Montenegro, especially on the economic level, but also in the progress in European integration, and he announced that the priorities of the Government this year will be the continuation of implementation of the obligations from the European agenda, more intense dynamics and comprehensive action against the informal economy...

19.01.2019.

Minister of Culture calls on Agency for Electronic Media to take measures against operators broadcasting anti-Montenegrin campaign on Pink TV, Happy TV

Podgorica, Montenegro (19 January 2019) -- Minister of Culture Aleksandar Bogdanović called on the Agency for Electronic Media to take measures falling within its remit against the months-long negative campaign conducted by Pink TV and Happy TV against Montenegro via cable operators...

18.01.2019.

Czech-Montenegrin consortium's bid opened: EUR 10 million for purchase of 56% of shares, almost EUR 28 million-investment in Institute Simo Milošević

Czech-Montenegrin consortium

Podgorica, Montenegro (18 January 2019) -- Consortium made by the Czech company Philibert and Petrovac-based Villla Oliva offered EUR 10 million for the purchase of 56.4806% of the share capital of the Institute for Physical Medicine Rehabilitation and Reumatology Dr Simo Milošević AD Igalo and an investment programme amounting to EUR 27,944,380.